Amputation home care assistance can be an invaluable service for amputees. Whether you have been an amputee all your life or it is a recent change – our assistance can help you around the home to continue a fulfilling and active life. Amputations have becoming increasingly common in Australia, particularly lower limb due to the rise of type 2 diabetes. One source claims that it is the second highest rate of lower leg amputations in the world.
Adjusting to the loss of a limb can mean a big transition but it shouldn’t mean that you shouldn’t have a life which is enabling. Our ethos is to create support that is life enabling regardless of disability, injury or illness.
Your recovery is just as important to us as it is to you and your loved ones. We are wholly focused on getting you mobile and loving life again. Every individual is different and reacts a different way to this life challenge. We wish to maintain respect for your individuality and independence along every part of the journey and the amputation home care assistance we deliver.
Amputation Home Care Assistance
Our amputation home care assistance can provide support on a practical and physical level, but does not stop there. We provide emotional support and care in helping amputees learn about their condition and make informed decisions about their care and support plan. Emotional health is just as important to us as physical – we know after decades of experience in the industry that care should be an integrated and holistic approach.
We have a friendly and experienced team that can be alongside you throughout your personal journey. We can assist you in engaging in community events and forming connections with people who have been in a similar situation. Similarly, we can find community projects that facilitate your healing on all levels.
Amputation home care assistance can provide you with practical support in functioning around your home and managing pain. We’ll assist you in gaining skills you need to gain more physical independence around your house and community. Some amputees develop phantom sensation which is normal. We will guide you through this until your brain develops the new skills to adapt and recognise the change.
Our amputation support services are conducted from the comfort of your home where you can grow and learn in a safe space. You can trust that your decisions and choices will always prevail in our plans. Call 1300 435 782 or contact us through the website for more information about amputation home care assistance.