It is essential that the human capital of any organisation work harmoniously together. At Corporate First Aid Australia we train our aged care and disability workers to understand the importance of cultural fit.
We also like to recognise when our partners have been acknowledged for what they do extremely well. Community Home Care (CHC), is a local not-for-profit organisation that provides home and community care services to older Australians and younger people with disability throughout the lower South West.
CHC support clients in Bunbury and Donnybrook with the objective to maintain the independence of their clients, through the provision of low cost flexible support services.
CHC have recently been awarded $800,000 to continue their excellent services. The organisation will use $93,339 toward the delivery of meals at home and domestic assistance to the 2000+ people that they support. Funding of $705,993 will be utilised on building upgrades and maintenance, a feasibility study into whether Donnybrook is in need of a dementia-specific support services, additional equipment and to support the costs involved in merging with two smaller services in Collie.
Community Home Care, Bunbury Operational Manager, Andrew Robinson and CFAA’s Training Manager Dianne Needham, ensure that CFAA trainees and graduates are a ‘perfect fit’ for the culture of this award winning not-for-profit community services organisation.
To find out more how Corporate First Aid Australia can train your aged care and disability workers to fit your culture, contact us on 1300 177 337 today.