Entries by Activeathome

Active at Home Resources

We now have handy fact sheets available to assist all Active at Home administrators and care workers with the delivery of Active at Home to clients. The following fact sheets are available on our Active at Home website 6 Easy steps to set up a new client on the app Complete a Client Assessment SPPB […]

Group facilitation for Active at Home

Burnie Brae staff recently trialled a group facilitated method for staff enrolled in the Active at Home accreditation course (SISXCAI002 – Assist with activity sessions) through Onfit Training College (RTO 32107).  The session was facilitated by the Active at Home team and provided an opportunity to work through the training modules and complete some components of the assessment […]

Why stay active in your own home?

Research on healthy ageing has proven that exercise is always beneficial for older people, regardless of age, health or physical ability. However as you get older, it can become harder to exercise for a variety of reasons including illness, injury, frailty, finances and transport. That’s why the new in-home care program ‘Active at Home’ has […]