Business

Carexcell - providing care since 2005

Helper serving senior woman with meal.
Helper serving senior woman with meal. Mark Bowden

CAREXCELL Community Care was established in 2005 to support the aged care needs of the Mid North Coast's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

Since 2007, the team at Carexcell has provided affordable, high quality culturally appropriate care and support services to people in need.

Since establishment, Carexcell has grown, developed and improved. In 2010, the offices were relocated into Coffs Harbour, providing better access for staff and clients. With ongoing growth, the company needed larger space to provide staff training, hold client meetings and support the community.

Carexcell is able to provide innovative and quality care solutions where others cannot. They work with clients to understand their individual goals and support them to make informed choices regarding the services they receive.

Their trusted and professional team provide help at home, help with care, help getting out and about and case management. It's Case Managers, Registered Nurses, Certificate 3 and 4 Carers, Grounds Team, Administration and Executive are all passionate about enhancing the lives of people and the community. All staff undertake annual mandatory training and hold current first aid certificates.

They are committed to employing local people to work in their local community. Focused on improving the knowledge and skills of staff, Carexcell has a track record of supporting staff to gain nationally recognised qualifications.

Carexcell supports a range of local and national initiatives that are building better communities. Each year, they support the Elders Olympics, mental health charities and work directly with clients to enhance lives.

Their team supports clients to remain at home by providing personal care, wound management and clinical support and care. They work with clients' own doctors and health professionals to ensure that care is co-ordinated and maximises independence.

Through Help at Home, they can assist with everyday services such as cooking, cleaning and laundry, meal preparation, lawn mowing and garden maintenance. The team keeps your home just as you want it.

Help Out helps you get to the shops, appointments and activities. They organise and support social outings and enable clients to connect with their community.

Carexcell can also holistically support clients to maintain their well-being. They support and advocate healthy ageing lifestyles and activities. When required, they can also talk, write or act on behalf of their clients to maintain their choices, dignity and achieve the best health outcomes.

The Assistance with Care and Housing Program supports people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness to access appropriate and sustainable housing, community care and other supports.

Carexcell Community Care, 1/3 Hi-Tech Dr, Toormina, tel: (02)66511649, www.carexcell.com.au



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