As a Perth-based disability service provider who provides disability care across Western Australia, we play an active role in the WA disability sector. We are dedicated to supporting people with a disability throughout the state, not only with nursing and home care, but also by giving back to the wonderful community within which we work.
We are proud to be able to provide and support the following initiatives:
The PBF Peer Support team are paraplegic or quadriplegic members of the community who provide in-hospital support to people who have recently sustained a spinal cord injury.
At Home Care has worked closely with PBF for a number of years and have seen and heard first-hand how instrumental this program can be in the lives of those who have sustained a spinal cord injury. Having access to a support person who has been in the same situation while navigating the initial weeks and months following injury is invaluable and At Home Care is delighted to be the major sponsor of this vital program.
Click here for more information on the PBF Peer Support Program.
At Home Care is a Platinum sponsor of the Saba Rose Button Foundation, who provides equipment, emergency respite, and other essential support not funded by the NDIS for WA children living with disability and their families.
Watch the story of Taj, one of our amazing clients and children who have benefited from Saba Rose Button Foundation, below…
Click here for more information on the Saba Rose Button Foundation.
At Home Care is proud to be the major sponsor of Wheelchair Rugby WA in 2023 and 2024, including Rebound WA’s local wheelchair rugby program and the West Coast Enforcers state team who represent WA in national competitions.
This sponsorship contributes to uniforms, equipment, and player development to support both players and the sport in WA.
Wheelchair Rugby WA welcomes people of all experience – from newcomers and social players to competitive players who represent Western Australia as part of the West Coast Enforcers. The group trains at Herb Graham Recreation Centre and is always looking for new members to join the club. Interested in trying Wheelchair Rugby? Call Wheelchair Sports WA on 6143 5800, visit them on Facebook, or just go on down to their next session!
Powerchair Football is a modified version of the world game (soccer) designed to suit electric wheelchairs which many people use for daily life.
At Home Care has proudly sponsored equipment and resources for the WA Powerchair Football Association to support the development of the players and sport, so more individuals can get involved in the sport.
Training is held every Sunday morning at Loftus Recreation Centre and they welcome people of all ages, genders and disabilities.
Head down to Loftus Recreation Centre to watch a game or for more information visit the Powerchair Football WA website.
In addition to the initiatives above, At Home Care regularly supports and sponsors charity and fundraising events held throughout the year.
We understand how much work goes into developing and organising events such as these and how important they are in raising both awareness and funds to help loved ones receive the best possible opportunities, care and equipment.
We offer complimentary use of our own wheelchair accessible van to enable anyone with a disability to access the community. The van is safe to drive with a C Class (regular) license so you just need a driver, usually a family member or friend, and we provide the van with no hire fee and a demonstration on how to use the wheelchair hoist and restraints.
Click here for more information and details on how to book this free service.
At Home Care is proud to be affiliated with the following organisations: