frequently asked questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Dementia Caring has been built upon one key principle – to provide affordable dementia home care and assisted care to Australian’s most in-need citizens. When you work with Dementia Caring, you’re choosing to work with a company whose foundations are built upon personable, expert carer support services to fit any budget. With our flexible carer services packages, we’ll have something that will work for you – regardless of how general or precise your needs are.

Yes, you can. Get in touch with our team today and they’ll talk you through the whole process, as well as find out whether you have any existing credits that can be transferred to our plan.

We have offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, but we’ll come to you. Get in touch with our team today to book in your initial needs-assessment for dementia home care and assisted care services.

Definitely YES! When you outsource at A2B Outsourcing, there will be a whopping 50 to 80 percent reduction of your overhead costs. You will be saving a lot and at the same time, we do not compromise the quality of carer support services. Try us and see the difference!

At Dementia Caring, we offer a variety of solutions specifically tailored to meet your needs – no matter how general or how specific. Some of our most-requested services include:

● Personal care
● Nursing care
● Assisted living
● Respite care
● Home maintenance
● Meal preparation
● Carer support
● Housekeeping
● Specialist therapies

Absolutely. Our respite service is built to provide you with the support you need, when you most need it. Whether that’s for work or some much-needed respite, we’ll step in when required so you can free-up your time.

Not at all! In fact, that’s what Dementia Caring offers – support whenever you need it. Day or night, we’ll only be a phone call away.


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