The Good Companion, COVID-19 & How we can help at this
What a year it's been for Australians so
far in 2020: After months of devastating bushfires we face
a pandemic unlike anything we've seen in the last 100 years.
COVID-19 has shut down borders between states and countries,
postponed the worlds largest sporting events, cancelled festivals
and forced countless businesses to close. It's a scary time
filled with far more questions than answers.
Our team at The Good Companion want to ensure
you that for us, this just means business as usual. We know
that our clients rely on us to help them get by and we want
you to know that we're not going anywhere!!
At The Good Companion we have always prided
ourselves on our commitment to consistency. When you're with
us you know exactly who will be turning up and at exactly
what time! There are no surprises, no cancelled shifts and
no strangers knocking your door. We believe that a strong
relationship between carer and client is the basis for healthy
support or rehabilitation. Our commitment, during this time,
has only proven to galvanize this as best practice.
Moving forward The Good Companion would also
like to let our clients know that we are doing everything
we can to minimise the risk of spreading the Corona virus.
Until further notice we will be restricting how many families
a carer see's in a week. This means you not only who is coming,
at what time they're coming AND that they've taken every precaution
to keep your family safe!
Whether you need help with the shopping,
the cooking, the cleaning or you need more specialised care
- our staff are here to help! We offer in home aged care,
disability care, companionship, dementia care, post hospitalization
support, palliative care and more!
Who can we help?
Aged care clients who wish to stay in their
own home longer instead of moving into an assisted living
Families worried about a loved one being
stuck in isolation.
Anyone who needs supplementary care, during
this time, to fill the gaps in your existing supportive framework.
People unable to work due to mental health
battles and are struggling to maintain their home.
Call us today or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org