Progressive wonderful care is a new Home care and Social Service agency in its start-up stages. Our agency will be located in the heart of western Sydney and will provide the following services to patients and clients from Parramatta Blacktown area, and Penrith – all within a ninety-mile radius of our offices:
Progressive wonderful Care plan to offers a unique combination of premier home care and community-based social services to Western Sydney. Market research indicates that there is a significant need for quality home care and social services within this region and we believe that by employing competent and well-educated staff and providing them with organized and responsive management, we can become the home care/social service agency of choice in western Sydney.
Progressive wonderful Care is created as Company based in Western Sydney, owned by its principal investors and principal operators family base. The initial office is established in quality home space on 12 Bristania Road Jordan Spring NSW 2747, which is the heart of western Sydney, is also close to a hospital facility, which will serve as referral bases for our agency.
Consumers of our services are those individuals and families in need of home care and/or social services. Other health care professionals such as physicians, attorneys, insurance companies and health care facilities usually refer these patients. Our agency has already developed an excellent reputation with many of these professionals mainly at Nepean hospital, through the work of our well known nurse, who has been providing nursing services for the past five years, and through the presentations we will made to the community via marketing tools and personal interactions.
Our agency is approved by NDIS and will have apply for other private insurance carriers. The process for licensure and insurance certification has already been initiated and we are well on our way to meeting the regulations and guidelines for providing home care and social services to patients in Western Sydney.
All pricing will be set according to NDIS and other insurance regulation so pricing is not a major factor of consideration.