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October is Mental Health Month at Right at Home Australia

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October is mental health month, and with it, world mental health day on the 10th.

Mental Health Awareness Month is the extension of Mental Health Week, which aims to improve community awareness and interest in mental health and wellbeing.

We at Right at Home would like to focus on the mental health of our carers, the elderly, and those living with a disability, not to mention the families and friends who support our carers and provide informal in-home care to their loved ones. The pandemic has brought an entirely new set of challenges and increased work pressures to the aged care workforce, and we believe that it is important to showcase this.

Check out Mental Moments this October

Mental Moments is a free livestream show being produced by the Australian Aged Care Collaboration and Royal Freemasons' Benevolent Institution (RFBI) for aged care residents, workers and families across Australia. The month-long initiative aims to bring the sector together to show appreciation for the aged care workforce and continue the conversation on the importance of mental health in aged care.

The Mental Moments show will broadcast every day at 2:00pm (AEST). Tune in to view messages from special guests, hear tips and advice from mental health experts on simple ways you can boost your mental health and enjoy the weekly live show every Friday.

And, have a look at the trailer!

Right at Home are the experts in home care and can assist with respite care for families to ease the caring burden and can provide companion care to the elderly to prevent isolation and depression. Call 1300 363 802 to contact your local Right at Home office or visit our homepage to find out more. 


Keep up to date with COVID 19 information on the following links: 

Australian Government Department of Health 

Victorian Health and Human Services 

NSW Health 

Queensland Health 

ACT Health 

WA Department of Health 

Tasmanian Department of Health 

Northern Territory Department of Health 

SA Health 

Founded in 1995, Right at Home offers in-home companionship and personal care, and assistance to seniors (elderly and aged care), and any adult who needs our care at home including adults living with a disability who want to continue to live independently or age in their home. Right at Home is your local expert for issues related to caring for your loved ones and is dedicated to keeping you informed about home care. With no admin or subscription fees Right at Home allows you to get more care from your package or budget. 

Right at Home is a 'My Aged Care' government-approved, home care provider for levels 1-4 and offers flexible in-home care services such as nursing care, after hospital care, post-operative care, respite caredementia and Alzheimer's care. Right at Home also offers assistance with daily living and personal care such as grooming, hygiene, transport, shopping, meal prep, domestic services and social support, so your loved one can enjoy a more independent, vibrant life. Our nurses and caregivers are screened, highly trained, and insured prior to entering your home so you can trust us with the caregiving while you focus on your loved one. 

To find out more, please give us a call on 1300 363 802 or visit our website. 

Right at Home Offices in Australia: Sydney Lower North Shore; Sydney Upper North ShoreSydney Central and Eastern SuburbsSydney Northern BeachesSydney NorwestSydney The HillsPadstow St GeorgeMacarthur PenrithNewcastle; Hunter & Port StephensSouthern NSWToowoomba- Darling DownsSunshine Coast and Gympie; MackayCentral QueenslandTownsville; Far North QueenslandGold Coast SouthGold Coast NorthNorthern RiversBrisbane BaysideBrisbane SouthBrisbane NorthBrisbane WestPerth MidlandPerth Northern Suburbs; Perth West CoastKalgoorlie WheatbeltMoreton Bay RegionSydney Inner WestSydney RydeGreater Logan 

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