At Allity we understand that there are many unrecognised carers working tirelessly alone at home to meet the needs of partners and loved ones who have become more fragile. While this workload, can be extremely rewarding and driven by love and devotion, it can also create social isolation and extreme physical and emotion demands.
Our Allity teams aim to provide any support that we can to ensure that carers are provided with assistance in fulfilling this valuable role.
This may be in the form of day respite or by providing opportunities for carers to access education and specialised support services and facilitate networking with other people in the same position. Some of our homes have established programs and others are in the planning stage. We strongly encourage carers to look to us for assistance and keep the lines of communication open at all times.
Allity recognises our responsibility to this valuable group within our community and we are continually exploring further development of our carer support services.
If you have any enquiries for support or suggestions for services at Allity aged care homes don’t hesitate to contact us