CarePort

AN ACCESSIBLE, FLEXIBLE AND PORTABLE BATHROOM SOLUTION DESIGNED TO MAKE LIFE MORE COMFORTABLE.

If you work with clients who are unable to access their bathroom due to an illness, medical condition, physical ailment, or even simply home renovations, CarePort provides an invaluable short or long-term solution. Designed with optimal comfort in mind, CarePort is an accessible shower or shower and toilet unit that can be set up at home, offering privacy, safety and, ultimately, an improved quality of life.For those dealing with medical or physical conditions, accessing a standard bathroom can cause a significant amount of distress or even mean that they are unable to stay in their own homes. CarePort is designed to minimise this stress and ensure that people are able to live each day as normally as possible. With consideration carefully paid to every detail, the flexible CarePort unit offers everything your client needs, including curtains for added privacy, grab rails for extra security and a wedge ramp for easier access. CarePort also offers accessibility for carers so that assistance can be provided without hassle or unnecessary embarrassment.

Equally efficient for people who are renovating their homes, CarePort enables your clients to set up a temporary bathroom solution that can be installed in any room, and removed without leaving a trace.

Imported directly from the UK and installed by highly qualified tradesmen, CarePort is a premium quality portable bathroom solution that complies with relevant Australian Electrical and Plumbing Standards, ensuring safety and durability. It can be installed on carpet, floorboards or tiles, and with fast-draining functionality to prevent overflow, you can rest assured that CarePort won’t leave you with unhappy clients. Plus, with a built-in light, adjustable shower rail and an optional self-contained thermostatically controlled water heater, CarePort ticks all boxes. The CarePort can also be supplied with an independent hot water system with a temperature controlled valve for extra safety. When it’s no longer needed, the unit can easily be dismantled and removed, leaving no signs that anything was there.

The CarePort portable bathroom can be hired or purchased, making it an ideal long or short term option that makes life easier, more dignified and less stressful for your clients.

 

 

Newest App – Access 4000 – All information on accessible Brisbane

Carers Link, in partnership with Disability Support Queensland, is excited to announce the launch of our ground-breaking new app, Access 4000.

Access 4000 is the first app in Australia to provide information on Brisbane venues and infrastructure with disability access features like wheelchair/pram ramps, disabled toilets and disabled parking.

The app will help people with disabilities or anyone with accessibility needs living in Brisbane – or travelling domestically and internationally to Brisbane – to feel more informed, confident and prepared when travelling around the city and surrounding suburbs.

Five things you need to know about the NDIS in Queensland

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new way of providing individualised support for people with disability, their families and carers. The NDIS is the insurance that gives us all peace of mind. Disability could affect anyone and having the right support makes a big difference.

The NDIS provides eligible people a flexible, whole-of-life approach to the support needed to pursue their goals and aspirations and participate in daily life.

  1. What

The Commonwealth and Queensland governments have agreed on how the NDIS will be rolled out across Queensland. In Queensland, the NDIS will be operating state-wide by July 2019. The NDIS already has early transition sites in Townsville and Charters Towers for children and young people (0-18 years) and all eligible people from Palm Island.

 
  1. When

The NDIS is a big change and will be progressively rolled out in Queensland over three years from 1 July 2016. People will move to the NDIS at different times depending on where they live. The NDIS will be operating state-wide by July 2019.

 
  1. Where

1 July 2016 – 30 June 2017

  • Townsville
  • Mackay
  • Toowoomba
  1 July 2017 – 30 June 2018

  • Ipswich
  • Bundaberg
  • Rockhampton
  1 July 2018 – 30 June 2019

  • Beenleigh
  • Cairns
  • Brisbane (North and South)
  • Maryborough
  • Caboolture / Strathpine
  • Maroochydore
  • Robina
 
  1. How?

The National Disability Insurance Agency is working closely with relevant Commonwealth and Queensland government departments to ensure a smooth transition to the NDIS for people with disability, their families, carers and providers.

  1. What can I do to prepare?
If you currently receive disability services you will be contacted before your area transitions. If you are not currently receiving services you will be able to apply to access the Scheme when the NDIS is available in your area.Check the information and resources available at NDIS in Queensland

Call us on 1800 800 110

About DDA Compliance & Access Standards

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The Disability Discrimation Act is governed by the Human Rights Commission, and regulates compliance by public spaces, buildings and structures in relation to accessibility by people with physical disabilities.

“The Disability Discrimination Act provides protection for everyone in Australia against discrimination based on disability” (humanrights.gov.au).

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