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For more than 20 years Anglicare Tasmania’s skilled team have been providing complex care to people with acquired injuries in purpose-built residences in Hobart (Caylea), Launceston (Neena) and Ulverstone (Lomandra).
If you would like to learn more about our residential care service contact us on 1800 243 232, email us on email@example.com or use the enquire online form on our website below.
Anglicare Tasmania is committed to providing high quality support through the evidence-based active support model. This person-centered approach enables the active participation of the client.
Active support builds on and celebrates the skills of the person being supported and uses the method of ‘doing with’, rather than ‘doing for’.
This approach is fundamental to promoting quality of life and emphasises the support of the individual to develop capability and regain independence.
Anglicare Tasmania has been working with MAIB and other insurance providers for 20 years.
We have had the privilege of already enabling many clients to achieve their individual goals.
Our long history in providing this service means that we know that we know that needs and preferences can change over time. Anglicare knows that engaging with all clients in the creation and regular review of Support Plans is integral to achieving ongoing quality of life outcomes, and upholding the human rights and dignity of those who are entrusted in our care.
Anglicare is a well-established, stable organisation with extensive experience in providing disability services.
Our strong regional presence and our commitment to being wholly Tasmanian, allows us to maintain our long-held focus on providing high quality services.
Our approach incorporates best practice support methodologies, guided by the appropriate legislation, frameworks and codes.
Follow this link for more information on our accreditation and standards.
Anglicare Tasmania’s existing support workforce is highly skilled in working with clients to deliver active support.
All new support workers undertake active support training through our induction and onboarding process.
Our frontline leaders have a depth of experience and training and are ideal to coach others in the principles of active support.