At age 32, “John” in his fourth aged care home because, according to his mother, staff aren’t trained to deal with brain injuries.

“My son has been in an advanced dementia ward with people aged 80, 90 waiting to die – and he’s 32,”.

The NDIS (Disability Care) will provide the funding but now it’s about providing a solution.

The danger is you’ll end up as a person in residential aged care with a cheque and nowhere to go.

If you have a care requirement for someone who is living with a disability, contact Guardian Network for a free in-home consultation. Guardian Network are a specialist provider on in home care.

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