In these trying times, we want to help and support you and your career. If you are a school graduate, a university student, returning to work now that the kids have started school or you’re seeking something new and rewarding in your career, then Right at Home might be the right place for you.
The holiday season is a busy time for all. Whether you’re working or taking time off, there’s still an incredible number of domestic chores, gift buying, and family visits to plan.
Following International Day of Persons with Disabilities, held each year on the 3rd of December, we are this week celebrating Disability Action Week.
International Day of People with Disabilities (IDPwD) is held on the 3rd of December every year. This year’s theme is ‘Leadership and participation of persons with disabilities toward an inclusive, accessible and sustainable post-COVID-19 world’.
The 14th of November is World Diabetes Day (WDD) and we at Right at Home Australia would like to take some time this Sunday morning to reflect on this incessant disease.
Movember, a.k.a November, a.k.a Men’s Health Month is here. Started in Australia, by Australians, back in 2003, Movember is now a global movement promoting good mental health, suicide prevention, and raising awareness for prostate and testicular cancer.
Along with Movember, November is also Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Lung Cancer is the fifth most common cancer in Australia with approximately 12,000 Aussies diagnosed each year.
Joining a network of dedicated, passionate local business owners is a safe and rewarding business opportunity. While owning a Right at Home office in your community is demanding, the positive results that come from these businesses, for you, your family, your clients and your staff, make it more than worthwhile.
Understandably, much of our attention has been taken up by the pandemic, with COVID-19 affecting us all both directly and indirectly. But other fatal diseases are still here, and one of those is breast cancer.
World Cerebral Palsy Day occurs each year on October 6th. World Cerebral Palsy Day is part of CP360, a global coalition of 10 organisations across 15 countries that advocate for people living with Cerebral Palsy.
The month of October is Queensland Seniors Month. This year’s theme is “social connections” emphasising the prevailing theme of the pandemic – to stay connected despite physical and geographical distance.
September is a time to reflect on those suffering from Cognitive Decline. The month of September marks both Dementia Awareness Month and World Alzheimer’s Day on the 21st.
As the weather warms up, those of us with a garden or even a sunny indoor ledge can locate those evasive gardening gloves and head for the fertiliser. Gardening for the elderly and those living with a disability is a great way to remain active and engaged in one's home.
Right at Home Australia this week celebrated Women’s Health Week 2021! Inaugurated in Australia in 2013, Women’s Health Week falls in the first week of September each year and aims to spotlight health and wellbeing challenges for women and girls.