Prestige Inhome Care specialises in providing dedicated Registered Nurses and professional carers committed to helping people stay in their own home and live as happily and normally as they can. We strive to provide the highest possible standard of care: professional, reliable and all with a friendly smile.
Great Ocean Stays
Prestige Inhome Care partners with Great Ocean Stays to help provide quality accessible accommodation. Christine Smith, Manager of Great Ocean Stays, and Director at Tourism Greater Geelong & The Bellarine says: “Our vision is to create a region that is inclusive of all people, to inspire other tourism operators to think about their own businesses around accessible travel, and to encourage everyone to embrace sustainable change.”
“As part of our commitment to provide inclusive travel and service, we have purpose built a complex of accessible holiday homes in the heart of Ocean Grove. These homes are available to rent on a medium term basis while your home is ‘retro fitted’ to suit your ongoing needs. Our build philosophy was to present adaptable homes that respond effectively to the needs of all by providing beautiful accessible spaces. Completed in 2015, these are a welcome addition to the region.”
Will2Walk – Supporting Stroke Survivors
Prestige Inhome Care supports Will2Walk to increase awareness of and raise funds for the Barwon Stroke Support Centre.
On Friday 13th October, Carly Stephens, SAV’s Barwon Region Coordinator (and a few others) walked 25km from the Barwon Stroke Support Centre (BSSC) to Terindah Estate on The Bellarine Peninsula. The more people that know about Stroke and the BSSC in the Barwon region, the greater the impact, so please help spread the word by sharing this cause with your friends and family.
“Dear Team Prestige, I just wanted to personally say a huge thank you for all your support towards our special day, Will2Walk 2018, supporting Stroke Survivors. It was a huge success that saw over 60 walkers and over 100 lunch goers enjoy such a beautiful day of love, support and empowerment … so many fantastic people sharing incredible stories; it was an extremely informative day, that saw our audience leave with a real understanding of Stroke and the impacts it has on the affected families in our community. Most importantly it really opened the audiences eyes to young Stroke Survivors and the incredible challenges they and their amazing families face day to day. We could not have done this without the help of our amazing supporters and I truly thank you for that. I really appreciate your generosity and thank you for really believing in our message and all that we are trying to achieve at the Barwon Stroke Support Centre, Claire”.