Working with you
quality of life.
For many, understanding the ins and outs of aged care or disability support can seem overwhelming. Which services do I need? What choices do I have? How can I be sure I get the right support? Will I be treated as just another faceless client?
Omnicare is a community-based not-for-profit organisation which lives by a simple ‘people first’ philosophy. With decades of experience in the fields of home-delivered meals, social support, disability services, personal care and home modification and maintenance, we’re proud to offer you choice and quality for your unique requirements.
Planning your choices
Once you’re on board as a Home Care or Disability Services client, we allocate a member of the Omnicare Planning team to liaise with you on the services you choose.
They’ll build a constructive relationship with you and/or the person caring for you at home. It’s their role to facilitate the support you need.
If you so choose, they will act as your care manager/coordinator of supports and liaise with any other providers to deliver the services you’re after.
Here’s your Planning coordinator’s role:
- Your ongoing point of contact
- Scheduling our services
- Available to coordinate all your support
Omnicare Meals Service (a member of Meals On Wheels NSW) options range from hot, chilled or frozen; sweet or savoury; single to bulk orders; contactless delivery or in-branch collection.
Nutrition, choice, flexibility, convenience and care are among the essential ingredients in every delivery our volunteers and staff make to clients’ homes.
Pandemic measures have suspended our ability to deliver meals through clients’ front doors, but they haven’t restricted the quality of food or the level of service we provide
- hot, chilled and frozen meal choices
- delivered to your home
- seven branches in the region
Omnicare Alliance is a public company limited by guarantee, governed by a Board of Directors.
Our Board of Directors has been selected by an independent panel according to their skills and experience. Each director is elected for a three-year term, and is eligible to be re-elected twice (i.e. serving a maximum of nine years). Directors receive no remuneration for their roles.
In the news
As an important contributor to communities across the NSW Mid North Coast region, interest in what Omnicare does often extends to local media outlets.
We’re often to be found in the pages of newspapers, in regional news bulletins and in online publications or social media platforms. It’s important we share what’s happening across our organisation and how we deliver our services – particularly during challenging times such as bushfire emergencies and the coronavirus pandemic.
With a workforce of around 170 staff, Omnicare is a significant regional employer. Our team is as diverse as the clients and carers we support, representing a broad cross section of society.
Just as important to the wellbeing of the thousands of people we serve, is our huge roster of volunteers. Omnicare is privileged to count more than 600 community-minded individuals among its ranks, who donate their time, their experience, their skills and their willingness to make a positive difference.
We always welcome new faces to our organisation. Volunteers can apply to join us at any time. You’ll find current employment opportunities on this website.
Keep your (social) distance
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