We provide an extensive range of services to assist older people to remain independent at home.
It is patience, care and empathy, not sympathy that makes a quality carer. That’s the sentiment of Prestige Inhome Care’s own team member Dirk, who decided later in life to become a professional carer. While caring for his own father, Dirk discovered a new path for his future, one that would see him providing support
Paralympic Gold Medallist Richard Coleman is not afraid of a challenge. Having travelled the world as a professional athlete for the past 20 years, Richard shares his thoughts on the role of sport in Australian culture and the importance of integration across able-bodied individuals and those living with a disability. It takes a certain type
“It’s the conversation that sets the elderly apart from other generations,” says Prestige Inhome Care’s Manager of Nursing Services, Hayley. “There are so many stories to share and things to learn.” It is these stories that make Hayley’s role at Prestige Inhome Care so enjoyable, along with knowing that everyday a difference is being made
We were able to bring our very ill son Andrew Home and Care for him for 7 months with the wonderful assistance and care of Prestige Inhome Care and their staff. It gave us the opportunity to care and be with our son for this extra time.
Dad's regular carers have become an important part of our lives and I am impressed by their respectful and efficient approach. They are a great team.
Prestige's ability and willingness to provide care at all hours of the day depending on Dad's specific needs, which for us includes a high level of care seven days a week
The Prestige home carers have always acted in the most professional, but sensitive manner and have since become friends to my father and myself in their own right.