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Each of our disability support workers is at the forefront of this mission, using innovative approaches to insure that every individual receives the personalised care they need and deserve. As we introduce you to the ethos behind Rie Care, you’ll see why choosing Rie Care means opting for a service that truly understands and supports inclusivity at every level.

The Rie Care Philosophy

Founded on the principles of Real, Individualised, Evolving care, Rie Care is more than just a service provider; we are a community enhancer. Our founder, Rie, has instilled a culture that thrives on rejecting outdated practices and embracing progressive, adaptive solutions that cater to the dynamic needs of our clients. At Rie Care, inclusivity isn’t just a buzzword—it’s the very fabric of our existence.

A Tailored Approach to Support

Our disability support workers are selected not only for their professional qualifications but also for their ability to empathise and innovate. We understand that no two individuals are the same, which is why our support is never one-size-fits-all. Our workers are trained to think outside the box, crafting care plans that acknowledge and respect the unique challenges, preferences, and aspirations of each client.

Promoting Inclusivity Through Active Engagement

Inclusivity at Rie Care means actively involving clients in their own care processes. Our disability support workers facilitate environments where clients feel safe to express their needs and participate in decision-making. This empowerment leads to deeper personal engagement and a more satisfying care experience.

Empowerment Through Education and Advocacy

Our commitment to inclusivity extends beyond direct care. Rie Care is a vocal advocate for disability rights and accessibility. Our workers are educated in the latest legislative changes and best practices, ensuring they can advocate effectively for our clients’ needs and rights, both within our services and in the wider community.

Technology and Accessibility

Embracing technology is pivotal in our approach. Rie Care utilises innovative software and devices that assist in breaking down barriers for those with disabilities. From communication aids to mobility technologies, we ensure our clients have access to the best tools to enhance their independence and inclusion.

A Community-Centric Vision

Rie Care is deeply embedded in the community, regularly participating in and hosting events that promote inclusivity. These events are not just about bringing people together but also about raising awareness and fostering a community that values diversity and inclusion.

Why Rie Care is the Best Choice

Choosing Rie Care means opting for a provider that puts you first. Our holistic approach ensures that we care for the mind, body, and soul. With Rie Care, you’re not just finding a service provider—you’re joining a family that stands firm in its commitment to inclusivity and quality care.

Our innovative methods and dedicated team set us apart, making Rie Care the best choice for anyone looking for comprehensive, compassionate, and inclusive disability support services.

As we continue to evolve and adapt, Rie Care remains dedicated to being a beacon of change and a leader in promoting inclusivity through exceptional care. Thank you for considering Rie Care, where every step we take is another step towards a more inclusive world.

About Rie Care

Founded by Rie Bredow - Rie Care creates a WHOLE-istic space and network designed to support the entire community. If you've been searching for positivity, strength, inspiration — you've come to the right place! If you need assistance with cleaning, personal care or simply companionship, Rie Care - Home, Community and Support Services is available to all. 

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