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Triple A Care

HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE PROGRAMME (HACC)
Funded by the Department of HealthPDF file for HACC brochure

The Australian Asian Association of WA Inc. T/A Triple A Care provides support to clients in need through the Home and Community Care (HACC) Program.  This Program is available to frail aged and younger persons with disabililties. HACC Program seeks to maximise the independence of eligible clients within the wellness framework and reablement approach. We support clients from the general public and from the culturally and linguistically diverse communities such as India, Sri Lanka, Burma, Parkistan, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Bangladesh, Thai, Latin America, Middle East, Russia and Spain. The HACC Program is funded by the Department of Health.

Eligibility for HACC services is determined by the WA Assessment Framework via the Commonwealth Carelink Centre and Regional Assessment Service in your region. The assessment identifies with you the areas in which you need support and plans individualized goals with you for the services you may receive.

Our Services include:

  • Personal Care
  • House Hold Tasks (domestic assistance)
  • Meal Preparation
  • Laundry Tasks
  • Social Support for Essential Activities such as:
    Accompany clients to and from shopping, medical appointments and social activities
  • In home respite

Centre Based Day Care / Social Group Outings
The aim of the Centre Based Day Care is to provide relief for the primary carer and also encourage the client to go out and enjoy the company of other people and have a wholesome meal, and indulge in other centre based activities to improve their health or intellect.

Transport will be provided from place of residence to venue and back. The centres operate from the Australia Asia House in Perth and from our venue in Canningvale. On arrival they will be met by staff and provided with tea / coffee and biscuits.. During the day clients will be encouraged to participate in Light Exercises, Dancing, other suitable activities such as Bingo, Board Games, Art and Craft, Knitting etc. Clients will be provided a home cooked meal prepared by the Australian Asian Association.

Regular outings and excursions are organised.

Fees:
Fees are charged according to the WA HACC standard fees schedule. The capacity to pay will be determined at the time of assessment with the Regional Assessment Service and the level of fee will be discussed with you by the HACC Coordinator.
For further information call: Ms Dushyanthi Fernando on 08 9328 7688.

Centre Open:

Perth
Tuesday: 9:00am - 2:30pm - Middle Eastern Group
Wednesday: 9:00am - 2:30pm - South East Asian Group
Thursday: 9:00am - 2:30pm - Spanish Speaking Group

Canningvale
Thursday: 9:00am - 2.30pm - Sikh Group

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Triple A Care recognises and supports individuals with disabilities. We offer the same opportunities to those with and without disabilities. We use a person centred approach to Plan and deliver quality services. Our Day Centre is on the ground floor and easily accessible for people with disabilities. Our clients and their carers are given the opportunity to provide feedback regarding our services.

Triple A Care recognises the importance of carers and their role and uphold the Charter of Rights and Responsibilities.

1. Carers must be treated with respect and dignity.

2. The role of carers must be recognised by including carers in the assessment, planning, delivery and review of services that impact on them and the role of carers.

3. The views and needs of carers must be taken into account along with the views, needs and best interests of people receiving care when decisions are made that impact on carers and the role of carers.

4. Complaints made by carers in relation to services that impact on them and the role of carers must be given due attention and consideration.

Privacy and Confidentiality
Triple A Care is committed to the principles outlined in the Privacy Act 1988 and its’ (Amendment 2001) and has in place procedures that ensure the privacy and confidentiality of client information is respected at all times.

For further information or clarification call: Ms Dushyanthi Fernando on 08 9328 7688
Australia Asia House, 275 Stirling St, Perth

 

Australian Asian Association, 275 Stirling Street Perth 6000
Tel: (08) 9328 7688, Tel: (08) 9328 6202, Fax: (08) 9227 8410