The number one priority for the caregivers who Family First provides is to provide an environment of safety and security to whoever is in their care, whilst maintaining professionalism and a feeling of dignity in their presence.
We at Family First understand that a disability could be physical like Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, and amputations or developmental like Autism, Intellectual Disability, and Attention Deficit Disorder. Out of our database of hand-picked disability support caregivers, we are confident that we can supply the perfect match to your client's individual requirements.
There are also many who provide full-time care to a disabled family member or loved one who needs a break from the stresses and challenges such a commitment demands. The caregivers could provide respite support to these everyday heroes. The right caregiver from Family First can provide that much-needed balance.
All the caregivers that Family First provides have at least intermediate English levels, have completed a minimum one-year post-secondary education program and have had their education, language skills and personal background reviewed prior to commencing work.