We’re here to empower you to live the life you want through quality and professional In-Home Care and Personal Support services.
We’re here to make things easier for you. Here’s some of the ways we can help:
Housework and domestic duties
- Cleaning and tidying, laundry, meal preparation and meal assistance
- Showering, dressing, dental hygiene, skin checks and bowel care
Out and about
- Support to get you out into your community whether that’s sporting, community events, shopping or travel
We’re proud to support our veterans through the Veterans Home Care (VHC) program. Veterans, war widows and widowers are eligible to receive support and assistance at home.
To find out more, get in touch or visit the VHC website.
Need more information? Read our FAQs
What is Personal Support and Veteran Home Care
Our Personal Support Workers provide support to individuals with physical disabilities in their own homes, so they can live a life full of choice and control. We can provide support across every part of your life, including personal care such as, showering, assistance with toileting, bowel therapy, personal grooming, dressing, assistance with taking medication, making light meals, prescribed light exercise regimes, light domestic duties, assistance with community access activities, holiday support, assistance with hydro-therapy and attending the gym. Veteran Home Care provides domestic, respite, community access and personal care support to veterans. We also provide support to spouses or close family members if the veteran is deceased.
Who can access Personal Support services?
We provide services in Queensland and Western Australia to anyone over the age of 18 with spinal cord damage or other physical disabilities, including neurological conditions such as Cerebral Palsy, Motor Neuron Disease and Multiple Sclerosis. We work with most funding types including NDIS, NIIS, NIISQ, TIO, private funding such as insurance or Workcover and self-funded individuals. If you’re unsure if we can work with your funding body, just get in touch with our friendly team via phone or by completing a online contact form
Why should I choose Spinal Life Personal Support services?
We provide specialised care that works for you and your lifestyle. Our staff are highly trained and can help you with one-person hoisting, administration of enemas and suppositories, bladder/catheter flush, peristeen irrigation, PEG feeding and assistance with diabetes management. We can also connect you to a range of other healthcare services offered through Spinal Life including Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Exercise Physiology, Community Nursing, Social Work, Supports Coordination and more.
Where is Spinal Life Personal Support offered?
We offer our Personal Support Services across Queensland and Perth.
What type of services does Personal Support offer?
Personal care, including bowel and bladder care, assistance with bathing and grooming, meal preparation and assistance with meals, light domestic tasks, community access, respite, assistance in the workplace and holiday support.
Why would I need Personal Support services?
You may want to consider Personal Support services if you need some additional support or just a pair of helping hand. The role of a Personal Support Worker is to support you and your lifestyle. That might involve daily support like hoisting in and out of bed, personal grooming, and hygiene, helping you pay bills, making sure house duties are done, support you in activities around the community and more. We’re essentially here to make life easier, while ensuring you always have choice and control.
What funding bodies does Personal Support Services work with?
We can work with almost all funding types including: NDIS, NIIS, NIISQ, TIO, Private funding such as insurance or Workcover and self-funded individuals. If you’re unsure if we can work with your funding body, just get in touch with our friendly team via phone or by completing a online contact form.
Do you only offer Personal Support services to people with spinal cord damage?
We offer supports to individuals with a wide range of physical injuries and disabilities as well as several other neurological conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, Post-Polio and Cerebral Palsy.
What happens if I need to urgently get in touch with the Personal Support team?
I’m a private person, how will you maintain professionalism and privacy in my home?
Our staff go through an on-boarding and training program focused on caring for people with professionalism and understanding. Our staff also participate in ongoing training to ensure they are up to date with the latest processes and procedures. If you’re ever unhappy with how we’re delivering our services, we encourage you to get in touch so we can find a better way together.
How can I find out more information?
By completing an online enquiry form or call our head office (1300 774 625).
How can I book/purchase Personal Support services?
By completing the online enquiry form, or by calling our head office on 1300 774 625.
How long will it take before Personal Support sessions can start?
Once you get in touch you’ll hear from our Customer Engagement team who will take all the initial detail and information we need to get you set up in the system. Once that’s done we’ll connect you with our Service Establishment team who will work with you to establish your roster, specific services you need and any preferences. Once we understand your unique requirements and individual needs we’ll connect you with a Personal Support Worker. The timeline surrounding this process varies depending on where you live, your level of injury/disability and any specific services you require.