Candice's House services are provided by the Candice Care team.
Candice's House has been created in partnership with Candice Care. Have a look below at some of the key team members from Candice Care who take care of the Candice's House movement.
Our Support Workers
Candice’s House works closely together with sister organisation Candice Care. Through Candice Care, we have an amazing team of Support Workers ready to assist you throughout the country.
Prior to commencing employment with Candice Care, each member of the team is required to undertake mandatory police checks, as well as Working with Vulnerable People, Elderly and Children checks. All team members are required to hold current First Aid & CPR certificates, and each Support Worker will have a minimum qualification of a Certificate III in Individual Support (or equivalent). Many of the team members have years of experience within the Ageing & Disability Support industry.
Candice Care's team members have been trained across a variety of clinical areas, meaning they are well-equipped to work alongside people with specific injuries such as spinal and brain injuries, or behavioural concerns.
We ensure the People We Support have a well-developed Care Plan and we work closely with other providers, specialists and Allied Health teams along the way.