Community Care

Miles Community Care

Established in 1997, Miles Community Care delivers Home Care Packages to Miles and surrounding areas.

Home Care Packages are for clients with more complex care needs but wish to stay in their homes longer.

For further information see the brochure, phone 4628 5358, or email julie.howson@wdrc.qld.gov.au.

 

Chinchilla Home Maintenance

Chinchilla Home Maintenance provides practical assistance with home maintenance and minor repairs for frail aged clients, and younger persons with a disability who wish to remain in their home environment.

For further information please see the brochure, call 4660 7285, or email christine.tydd@wdrc.qld.gov.au.

 

Jandowae Domiciliary Care

Established in 1993, Jandowae Domiciliary Care strive to assist the frail aged and younger disabled members of our community, and their carers to obtain and maintain their optimal health, wellbeing and independence in their own home and within our community.

Servicing Jandowae, Burra Burri, Warra, Cooranga North, Bell, and Jimbour areas.

For more information, please see the brochure, call 4668 4400 or email hacc.jandowae@wdrc.qld.gov.au.

 

Meandarra Home Nursing Service

Established in 1992, the Meandarra Home Nursing Service can provide basic support services so that frail aged and younger people with a disability can continue to live in their community. These services provide eligible people with help at home, support in getting out into the community and a break for carers.

Meandarra Home Nursing Service also delivers Home Care Packages to clients with more complex needs but wish to stay in their own homes longer.

Find out more information with the Meandarra HACC brochure, call 4665 6336 or email hacc.meandarra@wdrc.qld.gov.au.

 

Miles Home Maintenance

Established in 1999, the Miles Home Maintenance Service provides practical assistance with home maintenance and minor repairs for frail older and young disabled persons.

Find out more information in the brochure, call 4628 5367 or email elizabeth.upton@wdrc.qld.gov.au.

 

Tara Community Care

Established in 1995, Tara Community Care aims to enhance the independence of the frail aged and people with disabilities by providing services to enable them to remain living at home.
Priority will be given to those people who are vulnerable and whose ability to live in the community is dependent on provision of external support.
Tara Community Care also deliver Home Care Packages to clients with more complex needs but wish to stay in their own homes longer.

Find out more information with the brochure, call 4678 7850 or email hacc.tara@wdrc.qld.gov.au.

 

Community Care Fee Schedule

Western Downs Regional Community Care Fees Schedule as at 1 July 2015