Disability care is for people of all ages with physical, sensory and/or intellectual impairments who are, or want to live independently in their community.
Elderly Care involves assistance to help people 65 years and over remain as independent as possible within their community.
In-home respite care supports the quality of living of the client and their families, whanau and people providing on-going support. These are services funded by the Ministry of Health or the DHB to give carers, family and whanau a rest, and ensure that the person they care for gets the care and support they need in the meantime.
Long-term chronic health care is for people of all ages with physical, sensory and/or intellectual impairments who are, or want to live independently in their community.
Rehabilitative care is for children and adults of all ages who have had an accident and need assistance to live independently in their community while they are recovering. Most of these clients are referred by ACC.
Pacific Homecare offers support for caregivers and independent living for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) clients in a new sub-division of Flat Bush in South Auckland.
Pacific Homecare offers an ethnic-specific drop in centre service at the Papatoetoe offices. Called “Fia Ola” the name means “living longer happily”. The programme aims to allow those over 65 to socialise within their own communities, reducing the risk of social isolation and loss of independence.
The Metua Pakari Wellness programme is a partnership programme facilitated by the Auckland Eastern Bays Kuki Airani Trust and Pacific Homecare for the elderly (aged 65 years and above) living in the Glen Innes, Panmure, Point England and Mt Wellington areas.
Pacific Homecare, in partnership with Dr Doug Baird and Kim Wright (Managing Director) have established One Care Family Medical Centre. The family-based environment aims at providing quality and affordable primary health care for all, but with a strong focus on serving the Pacific community.
Pacific Homecare offers a Whanau Ora service to families Whanau Ora empowers families to reach their goals.
How you access our services depends on what type of service you need and your current situation. Some services need a referral to us, while for others you can register your interest by self-referral.
“I have special types of food that I have to eat since I am vegan. (My Support Worker) has become very creative when cooking food. I look forward to eating what he has prepared. He has gone above and beyond the call of duty. If I have a need to catch an early bus, he will come earlier in the morning so that he can walk me to the bus stop. It is a big help knowing that he is flexible like that.”
– Pacific Homecare client