Queensland Community Care Services
Queensland Community Care services (QCC)provides basic maintenance and support care services to people less than 65 years and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people less than 50 years and carer’s of those persons, who need assistance with daily living to remain living independently at home and in the community.
A person is eligible to receive services if they have moderate to severe disabilities or are at risk of premature entry into a residential care facility. Eligibility for services is based on the individual’s need for assistance with everyday tasks.
What types of services are provided?
This program is funded by the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services (Queensland State Government), and helps you stay independent and in your home and community for longer.
If you want to stay in your own home, but have a disability or chronic(ongoing) condition, Queensland Community Care services (QCC) may be able to help.
Help can be provided by carers, such as family and friends, or by service providers like Broadsound Coastal Care funded by the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services to deliver Queensland Community Care services.
Broadsound Coastal Care can provide you with basic support to maintain and build your ability to carry outdaily living tasks. You can receive help at home and support to get out into the community.