Home Care Case Manager
We are seeking interest for the position of a Case Manager to provide support to our Home Care clients in Stroud and surrounding areas. The initial position is for two days a week, with a view to increasing hours as our service grows. You will be working with and reporting to the Facility Manager.
Duties and responsibilities
- Manage and co-ordinate the provisions of home care package services
- Conduct Home Care assessments
- Manage individual budgets
- Monitor and maintain care in accordance with Home Care standards
- Develop and build community networks/partnerships
- Be able to provide care, particularly for high care clients
- You may be required to work care shifts in our residential facility.
- Experience in home care
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Team worker
- Experience in Home Care Package Case Management (preferred, but not essential)
- Understanding home care standards and consumer direct care
- A relevant qualification with a minimum of Cert IV in Aged Care, Community or equivalent
- Good computer skills
- Must have a current drivers licence and clear Police check
What we offer
- A friendly and supportive team
- Mobile phone and laptop
- Access to ongoing training and professional development
- A salary negotiated in accordance with your qualifications.
Applications and references should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information contact the Facility Manager on 02 4994 5433.
Applications close on Friday 24 March 2017
An exciting new plan has been adopted to help ensure the continuation of aged care services by the Stroud Community Lodge for another 25 years.
Stroud Community Lodge board chairman Rod Williams said the board will implement a new plan to respond to the Federal Government’s deregulation of the aged care sector.
“Initially, we’ll be focusing on capturing opportunities opening up this year as a result of changes to the home care market,” Mr Williams said.
The business plan for the lodge’s new enterprise, Stroud Community Services, was unveiled to members at the briefing.
“Expanding into the provision of home care services for the Stroud district presents a natural way to grow our business,” Mr Williams said.
“Home care means the Stroud Community Lodge can use its existing reputation, and staff, to provide aged care services for many more people in Stroud and the surrounding district.”
Mr Williams said he appreciated and was very encouraged by the interest shown in the Lodge’s future by its members and the local community.
“For a number of years there has been talk within the Stroud community about the potential futures for the Stroud Community Lodge.
“Last night’s briefing highlighted the comprehensive effort made by the lodge board and staff to preserve and enhance this wonderful facility that 25 years of locally driven hard work has created.
“It also reinforced just how important a secure future for the Stroud Community Lodge is to the local community.”
Federal Member for Lyne Dr David Gillespie recently met with staff and residents at Stroud Lodge.
More than 100 people attended three community briefings held in Stroud in October 2016 to unveil plans that will help ensure the continuation of aged care services by the Stroud Community Lodge for another 25 years.
Those attending were informed of the lodge’s two-stage plan to respond to the Federal Government’s February 2017 plans to deregulate the aged care sector.
Lodge Chairman Rod Williams said “The lodge’s new paradigm captures opportunities opening up next year as a result of plans to deregulate the home care market. Expanding into the provision of home care services for the Stroud district presents a natural way to grow our business.”
The briefings were delivered to residents, families, staff, Lodge members and the Stroud community.
Please download the community presentation for more information.