Just Better Care Brisbane North on the move

Posted: 2pm 16 May 2022

A business delivering aged care, disability support and social and lifestyle support in the Moreton Bay Region and Brisbane’s north has moved to Arana Hills.

Just Better Care Brisbane North has spent the past five years based at Kallangur but managing director Susanne Jones says the move takes the service into the heart of the community it serves.

“Moving to Arana Hills is practical because now we’re in the middle of the community and accessible to everyone.

“Workplace flexibility is very, very important to us but COVID has increased the need to be more agile,” Susanne explains.

“There’s an even greater need for us to visit people in the community.”

Susanne says very little will change for clients – Just Better Care Brisbane North will still host regular morning teas for seniors and play a role in the community.

It helps people living north of the Brisbane River, out west to Moggill and up to Donnybrook.

How they can help

“We’ve always been really big on community collaboration and connecting with local groups,” she says.

Just Better Care Brisbane North offers a range of services to help older people and people with disability to live a full, connected and independent life including help at home, personal care, shopping and meal preparation, as well as social and lifestyle support.

“We also offer NDIS plan management to save you hours of time and endless admin by assisting you to manage your NDIS plan funding and payment to providers,” Susanne says.

Just Better Care Brisbane North is at 1/6 Patricks Rd, Arana Hills. Find out more here.

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