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Hospital to Home Transition Care

current programs under this service are ...

ComPacks is a New South Wales Health funded package of care, designed to assist people at home by helping them regain independence following a hospital stay. This program may include various types of care for up to 6 weeks starting from the patients discharge from hospital.

These programs include the ability to provide one or more of the following services such as, social support, domestic assistance, home modifications, transport and/or referrals to additional local services.

The aim of this program is to assist people in the early transition to home preventing possible future hospital stay.

SASH (Safe and Supported at Home) is another New South Wales Health program funded for 2 years until June 30 2020.  The program provides packages of non-clinical home supports to people who are under 65, not eligible for the NDIS and have  functional challenges that may put them at risk of future hospital admissions.

Referrals are made via Local Health Districts only.

Home Support Assessment

Community Options Australia, via its network of services, conducts home support assessments via the 'my aged care system'. These assessments are designed to engage with clients and identify their needs based on their social supports and home environment

Hospital to Home Transition Care

Community Options Australia coordinates several programs and service that assist clients to transition from hospital services to home care. this transition of care is crucial in supporting people who are vulnerable after a hospital stay and require additional support at home to assist their recovery and support reablement.

Community & Home Care

The Commonwealth Continuity of Support (CoS) program ensures ongoing support is received by older people with disability who are not eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

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