Disability Care Services

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.
Disability care aims to promote a person’s quality of life and enable community participation and maximum independence. Services are flexible, responsive and needs based. Pacific Homecare offers the following disability care services:

Personal Care

Personal care includes assistance with getting you ready to face the start and the end of each day. For example, showering, bathing, washing and drying hair, shaving, dressing and undressing, toileting, mobility, meal preparation and feeding

Household Management

Household management includes assistance with everyday household tasks that you may be struggling to complete. For example, cleaning, laundry, ironing, vacuuming or mopping the floors, doing the dishes, dusting

Social Support

Social support allows people with disabilities to remain active in the community and encourages them to participate as fully as they are able by creating linkages that allow their needs to be addressed holistically in an environment most appropriate to them.

Social support involves the following:

Mental Support

Mental support including emotional empathy, companionship and encouragement in meeting your personal goals

Physical support

This includes transportation to the shops, events, church and other social activities; shopping, assisting with homework, reading, writing and musical activities

Information sharing

This involves putting you in touch with other agencies and groups to increase your interaction and participation in the community. For example,suppliers of hearing aids,wheelchairs,manual hoists and other clinical equipment; workshops,community activities and forums where you have fun developing your full potential.

Complex Long-Term Care

Complex long-term care is assistance for people with serious health conditions or injuries, many of which may leave them bed-bound or in a wheelchair. We provide assistance in dealing with cerebral palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, intellectual disability, Downs syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, epilepsy, autism, etc

I really needed assistance. If you are half blind, a simple task like cutting your finger nails becomes very hard. That is why I am so thankful that I was able to get help from Pacific Homecare. They have set these principles like love, care and professionalism and my support workers implement them and put them all into practice. I really like that.

Pacific Homecare client

Steps for Service

Doctor's Referral

  • Step 1

GP referral to NASC/Taikura (customer goes to their GP to send in-home referral request to NASC/Taikura)

Your Referral

  • Step 2

Your referral is sent to Pacific Home Care from DHB/Taikura NASC.

In-Home Visit

  • Step 3

Our Clinical Coordinator will visit with family and together we can agree to a Care Plan.

Support Worker Placement

  • Step 4

Our Resource Coordinator will match the most suitable Support Worker to you 

Schedules & Rosters

  • Step 5

The roster is created based on your care plan and then service will begin.

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.
Disability care aims to promote a person’s quality of life and enable community participation and maximum independence. Services are flexible, responsive and needs based. Pacific Homecare offers the following disability care services:

Personal Care

Personal care includes assistance with getting you ready to face the start and the end of each day. For example, showering, bathing, washing and drying hair, shaving, dressing and undressing, toileting, mobility, meal preparation and feeding

Household Management

Household management includes assistance with everyday household tasks that you may be struggling to complete. For example, cleaning, laundry, ironing, vacuuming or mopping the floors, doing the dishes, dusting

Social Support

Social support allows people with disabilities to remain active in the community and encourages them to participate as fully as they are able by creating linkages that allow their needs to be addressed holistically in an environment most appropriate to them.

Social support involves the following:

Mental Support

Mental support including emotional empathy, companionship and encouragement in meeting your personal goals

Physical support

This includes transportation to the shops, events, church and other social activities; shopping, assisting with homework, reading, writing and musical activities

Information sharing

This involves putting you in touch with other agencies and groups to increase your interaction and participation in the community. For example,suppliers of hearing aids,wheelchairs,manual hoists and other clinical equipment; workshops,community activities and forums where you have fun developing your full potential.

Complex Long-Term Care

Complex long-term care is assistance for people with serious health conditions or injuries, many of which may leave them bed-bound or in a wheelchair. We provide assistance in dealing with cerebral palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, intellectual disability, Downs syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, epilepsy, autism, etc

I really needed assistance. If you are half blind, a simple task like cutting your finger nails becomes very hard. That is why I am so thankful that I was able to get help from Pacific Homecare. They have set these principles like love, care and professionalism and my support workers implement them and put them all into practice. I really like that.

Pacific Homecare client

How do I access homecare services?​​

Steps for Service

Doctor's Referral

  • Step 1

GP referral to NASC/Taikura (customer goes to their GP to send in-home referral request to NASC/Taikura)

Your Referral

  • Step 2

Your referral is sent to Pacific Home Care from DHB/Taikura NASC.

In-Home Visit

  • Step 3

Our Clinical Coordinator will visit with family and together we can agree to a Care Plan.

Support Worker Placement

  • Step 4

Our Resource Coordinator will match the most suitable Support Worker to you 

Schedules & Rosters

  • Step 5

The roster is created based on your care plan and then service will begin.

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