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OUR HOME CARE PACKAGE FEES

Receive Maximum Benefit from your Home Care Package

We charge a fair and reasonable fee which enables you to receive maximum benefit from your Home Care Package. You will not be required to pay 17.5% of the pension (known as a Daily Fee). Our maximum Total Fee is 26% with no hidden charges. Better Living Homecare do not charge an exit fee.

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Three Levels of Case Management

We offer three options:

  • Fully Supported (High) Your home care package is fully managed by Better Living Homecare. Our high level case management fee is 10% of the Home Care Package income.
  • Partnership (Medium) Better Living Homecare will assist with establishing support services. Our medium level case management fee is 9% of the Home Care Package income.
  • Self-managed (Low) Better Living Homecare will review and monitor. Our low level case management fee is 8.5% of the Home Care Package income.

Summary of Total fees

  Case Management Fee   Admin Fee   Total Fee
High 10.0% + 16% = 26.0%
Medium 9.0% + 16% = 25.0%
Low 8.5% + 16% = 24.5%

No Hidden Charges

  • NO Set Up Fee or Exit Fee
  • NO Hourly case management fee.
  • This is in addition to the Case Management Fee as a Percentage of Home Care Package income.
  • NO Fees or surcharges for using a carer from another provider. These include a set up fee to establish an Agreement and then a subsequent ongoing surcharge on invoices from the provider.
  • NO Daily Fee which is up to 17.5% of the pension or $9.93 per day
  • NO Basic Fee, also known as the Daily Fee

We promise there are no hidden charges in our fee. Our total maximum fee (with fully supported high level case management) is 26% of the Home Care Package income.

Why are our fees so low?

  • We believe that 26% is a fair and reasonable charge.
  • We only employ experienced Case Managers which reduces the need for supervision costs.
  • We avoid having many layers of management to provide efficient & personalised care.
  • We do not operate out of expensive offices.
  • We have streamlined all our procedures by working together to reduce the administration component of our fees.

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Resources

Helpful Homecare Booklet

This easy to print brochure has been prepared with a view to helping families discuss issues they may be experiencing with their loved ones. It covers identifying when a family member may require assistance to remain at home and the options available. You’ll find tips and advice for family carers and what to look for when engaging professional carers.

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A Guide to Reducing the Risk of Falls

As part of our commitment to assist people to live in their own home and thrive, we have prepared this brochure about falls. It outlines the possible causes of falls, a checklist to identify hazards around the home, suggested home modifications and actions to take should you or a loved one have a fall.

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Aged Care Brochure

28 years ago a group of like-minded caring individuals decided to offer solutions for people to remain living independently in their homes. Better Living Homecare was born. We at Better Living believe everyone deserves to live the best life they can. As a group we are passionate about working with families and individuals to find solutions to improve lives.

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Disability Brochure

Better Living Homecare specialise in providing care and support to individuals with physical, intellectual, sensory and acquired disabilities. We want our clients to feel safe and supported while leading a full life and achieving their individual goals. We understand the importance of matching carers that have the skills, personality and life experience to meet your needs.

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Dementia Facts Brochure

Understanding the person with dementia will help you when planning activities for them. This means knowing the person’s former lifestyle, work history, hobbies, recreational and social interests, past travel experience and significant life events.

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