You can access a range of garden care, maintenance and home modification assistance and services to help you live safely at home through community care services.
This includes supporting you to spend time in the garden, helping you visit a garden centre to purchase plants, taking care of garden maintenance for you, or organising someone to mow the lawns or take care of tasks such as changing the light bulbs.
Other community services provided by Whiddon: Social Support, Social Groups, Meals and Groceries, Nursing and Clinical Care, Pet Care, Home and Household, Care Calls, Personal Care, Technology Assistance.
For more information about our Home Care Services visit our Community Care page.
We can also support you to explore and arrange home modifications that will support and enable you to continue living at home. These could be minor alterations to your home and living environment, like adding hand or grab rails, to support you to stay living at home safely. Or they could be larger changes, like upgrading and changing your bathroom or changing the entry points to your house.
Keeping your home and garden just the way you like it, or spending time in the garden if that’s what you love, can be covered through your Home Care Package, or paid for as a Private Home Care Service.
Home Maintenance, gardening and lawn services, and home modifications are available in all of our Community Care locations across New South Wales and southern Queensland.
Yes, if your home has a lawn that requires mowing to ensure you can stay living at home safely, we can organise this for you. We have preferred and trusted partners who work with us on specialist services like lawn mowing and gardening, or we can work with you if you have a long-time connection with a company that you want to keep using and pay for through your Home Care Package.
We’ll work with you and our garden-expert partners to ensure things are maintained the way you like them! This might mean looking at ways in which you can be involved, like helping shop for or choose plants, or ensuring you can chat with the gardener to let them know how you like things.