GOC Care provide aged, disability and community care services for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and the local community.
GOC Care will provide community – based responses for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (CALD) and the general community that are enriching and support people to remain at home and participate in their community.
Cultural Competence: Practical access and equity through ensuring the cultural safety of all stakeholders Respect: Having regard for themselves and others, honouring the diversity within their society and accepting the right of others (clients, colleagues and others) in their choice of lifestyle, beliefs, opinions and preferences.Honesty: They will be truthful and honest in their dealings with clients and those who care for them, staff who support them, colleagues with whom they partner to deliver services, funding bodies, other relevant government departments, and the general community.
Individualised responses: In honouring the uniqueness of each individual and their circumstances, to develop an inspired, personalised and holistic response to their care needs, using relevant and available community services.
Engagement with all sections of the community to enable a flow of ideas, learnings, research, and better practice to continually enhance quality of care.
GOC Care had the pleasure of Paul Murphy, LASA Principal Advisor spending the morning with some of the team at GOC Care Brisbane to celebrate Aged Care Employee Day.