“Carry on Living” helps individuals find solutions to lead a happier and more independent life in their own home by blending style with comfort and practicality.
“Carry On Living” aims for our clients to remain living at home where they feel in control, maintain their independence, well-being and dignity.
It is universally recognised that when people stay in their own home, in their familiar network and surrounding, they are happier and healthier.
The In-Home Consultation service allows us to see what is needed to design and determine a personalised solution to meet your needs and accomplish your goals. The In-Home Consultation helps with designing the solution.
Home improvements can help maintain a person’s ability to live independently – whether they are older, have a disability, are unwell or have been injured. They greatly improve people’s well-being and reduce dependence on carers.
Tried and tested Contacts for prepared meals, conveniently delivered to your door. Good old-fashioned home-style cooked meals which are wholesome, nutritious and well balanced.
Find Companionship, Home Help and Care to assist you in being able to stay at home. Whatever your needs, we will assist you in finding the necessary help. Cleaners, gardeners, someone to take you shopping or to appointments. We have all the contacts you will need.
Be it personal care such as hairdressing, manicure and pedicure or Allied Health services such as Physiotherapy, Ophthalmology, Occupational Therapist etc. We have the necessary contacts for all required services to come to you.
We have researched worldwide, (attending overseas trade fairs), to make sure we know the best available products to assist you in comfortable daily living tasks and help with mobility issues. These will help you live independently and painlessly.
Within this generation, an extra 30 years have been added to our life expectancy — and these years aren’t just a footnote or a pathology. At TEDxWomen, Jane Fonda asks how we can think about this new phase of our lives.
How can we better support people in the community to help them live longer and more independently while maintaining their quality of life. The John Richards Centre for Rural Ageing Research looks at the issues of ageing and the delivery of aged care services.
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