Local Business Awards 2019

The Hunter Care Group team supporting R U OK day are the driving force behind the business' growth.
The Hunter Care Group team supporting R U OK day are the driving force behind the business' growth.

Hunter Care Group have been announced as finalists across 3 categories at this years' awards; Health Improvement Services Youth of the year (Madison Fuge - Specialist Coordinator) and Business Person of the year (Jarrod Burns - CEO), giving a nod to the hard work and passion of all of its employees.

Hunter Care Group says it entered the Local Business Awards to provide recognition to all of its employees who work tirelessly to support their clients.

"All employees of Hunter Care Group really deserve to be recognised for their passion for helping others and the positive impact they have on the lives of the people we support.

"Without our frontline staff, our vision of creating a consistent care platform wouldn't exist and we truly appreciate everything they do." Commented Matthew McKeown, Operations Manager.

Hunter Care Group are also strong advocates of reducing the stigma surrounding Mental Health, providing NDIS Mental Health and Disability Supports, Direct Supports (Support Workers) with a Case Management Platform overseeing the supports, Coordination of Supports and Specialist Coordination.

They support a wide range of clients in the community, specifically mental health and disability supports, tailoring their service to the individual based on their needs and requirements.

Hunter Care Group aim to identify the most suitable support network for each client and firmly believe that consistency is key to building a trusting professional relationship, assisting clients in achieving their goals.

The team assist with a broad range of services including building confidence in the community setting and exploring hobbies and interests, building capacity in the home and learning to live independently as well as increasing the overall motivation to live a positive and healthy life.

Hunter Care Group was formed by Jarrod Burns (CEO) to address the shortfalls that were identified in the industry. From working out of Jarrod's house 4 years ago the group is now one of the largest NDIS Mental Health and Disability support services in the Hunter Region.

"We put the growth of the company and support network down to the passion for caring of those involved which has been mirrored by the large team that now work for HCG.

"We could talk forever on how grateful we are for the staff at Hunter Care Group but to simplify it, they are a group of honest, hardworking, compassionate individuals that truly care about those we support." Said Mr McKeown.

To talk to Hunter Care about your needs please contact: (02) 4950 2269

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