“We team up each client with carefully selected staff based on cultural and linguistic needs and capabilities”
Multicultural Care has been meeting the needs of the multicultural communities across the Inner West, South West and South East Sydney regions for over two decades. Multicultural Care is a registered NDIS provider and is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health to provide services to support in home-care for people with disability and the elderly from Non-English Speaking Backgrounds (NESB).
We pride ourselves on not only delivering customer-focused and industry recognised in-home care services but also 100% culturally-tailored services. Unlike most other providers, we understand cultural identity should be foremost considered and cultural needs directly integrated with care requirements.
We are not limited to one specific type of care but rather offer a range of services which improve health outcomes and quality of life for people of all cultural backgrounds. With extensive experience in home and community care Multicultural Care provides supportive bilingual staff for families and individuals requiring all levels of support at home or in the community. Our clients are matched with culturally and linguistically appropriate staff who form part of the overall care team in many cases becoming part of the family.
Our mission is to empower and enable our clients to continue to live independent, fulfilling lives in their own homes for as long as possible.
We team up each client with carefully selected staff based on cultural and linguistic needs and capabilities. Our team is industry-regarded for its caring, professional approach; all members are highly trained to meet each client’s goals and care needs.
Several service options and care resources are available and can be tailored to meet each client’s needs and capacity. All are designed to provide personalised care that exceeds expectations while incorporating Multicultural Care’s key values of inclusiveness, customer focus, innovation, accountability and integrity.
Whether they speak Mandarin or Swahili, celebrate Ramadan or Diwali – we are here to be their partners in care.
Multicultural Care strongly advocates independent living as being a vital factor for the well-being and fulfilment of our community, and even more so for multicultural people when language and cultural differences are key considerations.