The Aged Care Sector is made up of Employees and Volunteers performing a wide assortment of tasks.
People working in the Aged Care Sector provide a diverse range of services to the Elderly, Young & Old people with Disabilities, and the families of people living in their Homes assisted by Aged Care Support Staff.
Community Care offers support and services allowing people to remain in their homes with care provided by Aged Care Support Staff where needed.
Residential Aged Care offers Accredited Facilities for people who are no longer able to reside in their own home and be provided with Specialised on-going continuous Nursing Care Services.
Independent Living allows Personal & Private Autonomy while providing the support of a Community based facility.
Expectations of the Aged Care Worker
Each Resident has different needs and abilities that must be respected.
With the goal of preserving Independent Living for as long as possible.
The Aged Care Worker provides Physical, Social and Psychological support while helping the resident to maintain their Dignity.
- Certificate 3 In Individual Support (Ageing) or
- Certificate 3 in Individual Support (Disability)
Desirable Qualifications / Requirements
- First Aid and CPR skills.
- Current Driver’s Licence.
- Current Police Clearance.
- Practical Work Experience in the Aged Care Sector.