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It’s vital that carers of people with dementia receive a break

Carers of people with dementia can often feel guilty when asking for support, but it is vital for them to have a break to ensure they remain physically and mentally healthy....

Dementia – from an insider’s perspective

What is it like to experience dementia? It's suggested that to truly understand someone, you need to walk a mile in their shoes. But, how can you experience the world from another’s perspective whe...

Drug trial successful in combatting Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer's Disease patients in Australia have been given a remarkable drug in a world first trial at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. The trial of drug Anavex 2-73 has already had some success with ...

Lifelong learning keeps you young…

Being tech savvy, or even just tech aware can open up many new avenues for many people. Computers, tablets and smart phones have helped make day to day errands, such as paying a bill or doing your ban...

How to make 2017 a great one for those living with dementia

Making a New Year’s resolution to eat better, exercise, watch your weight, see your healthcare provider regularly, or quit smoking once and for all, can help you get healthier and feel better for ma...

Action taken to prevent elder abuse in Australia…

The most common form of elder abuse in Australia is financial and the perpetrators are likely to be related to the victim. As a result, the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) has proposed a natio...

At risk of dementia? A new study calls for participants…

People aged between 50 and 70 are being asked to volunteer for a new research study which is looking at whether a Healthy Brain Ageing (HBA) E-Health Platform can identify those who are ‘at risk’ ...

How elderly Australians can avoid being scammed…

While elderly Australians are becoming increasingly reliant on technology for many aspects of their life, it’s important to be aware of potential scammers. Last year, Australians aged over 55, lost ...

Is over consumption of alcohol linked to dementia?

Australians aged between 60 and 69 are drinking more than ever, with fears excessive drinking can lead to serious illnesses such as dementia, brain damage and liver disease. While Australians overall ...

Testimonials from our valued clients.

My Care Worker, Karin, is so efficient, capable and caring. She has proved to be intelligent, reliable, conscientious and her integrity is undoubted. She has been a huge factor in my living in my own home with all my health problems.
Her assistance in so many ways has contributed greatly to me achieving this and hopefully will continue for some time to come. I am very lucky to have the assistance of such a capable and understanding Care Worker from Oxley Home Care.

Brian, Wahroonga

Testimonials from our valued clients.

Our experience with Oxley is seamless, friendly, pro-active and extremely supportive. We would like to make special mention of their speedy response times when adhoc requests for care services are made. As shift workers this service is invaluable and Ashley goes above and beyond in these communications and interactions with us.
Anna has been amazing offering advice and is open minded to trialling and sourcing new devices to assist us.
Maria is an exceptional carer who does more than required and was able to make a quick connection and friendship with our mother.
Thank you team!

Anna, Parramatta

Testimonials from our valued clients.

To all the team at Oxley, I cannot thank you enough for all the help, kindness, patience, and support you have given my Mother over the past year. Mum speaks so highly of you all and my life has been made so much easier because of you. Keep up the good work.

Gail, Turramurra

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