• BLPCP Team

New Baptcare office, same quality care

Baptcare’s Bendigo office has moved to Creek Street, but our focus on providing quality care to the people of Bendigo and regional areas within Loddon Mallee remains the same

Earlier this year, Baptcare’s Aged Care support team relocated to a central office location in Creek Street Bendigo, alongside our Home Start Program, managed by Jane Worthington.

Drawing on strong local links earned through our work with families in the Bendigo community over many years, we will continue to focus on providing care that is individualised to people’s specific needs.

An important component of Baptcare’s work is to help older people, and their family and carers, to navigate the aged care system – advocating for them to ensure their voices are heard.

For people who want to continue living at home, finding the starting point for aged-care services can be difficult. Attempting to navigate My Aged Care and the aged-care system can be challenging – language barriers, cognitive issues, and physical and social isolation add another layer of complexity that can disadvantage people attempting to access support.

Baptcare works closely with individuals and families to help them to understand what services and supports they can receive, what government funding is available and how they can access this support. As part of our not-for-profit heritage, we have a long-standing commitment to connecting people of all backgrounds and circumstances to the best possible care and support.

Our aged care services in the region include:

  • The delivery of government-funded Home Care Packages (Baptcare are a leading provider with experience spanning over 20 years)

  • Private (self-funded) in-home care which includes personal care, home care, respite care and support to get to medical appointments.

Baptcare work across Victoria and Tasmania, providing residential and community care for older people, support to children, families, and people with disability, financially disadvantaged people and people seeking asylum.

To learn more visit baptcare.org.au or call 13 Baptcare (13 22 78)

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