About Us, Our Mission, Vision and Values
To serve the needs of our clientele with the core principles of honesty, dedication, reliability, compassion and personalised service. By doing so, we maintain our devotion to matching our clientele to top-quality, reliable and enthusiastic carers who will go the extra mile.
The vision of APLUS CARE4ALL PTY LTD is to be able to provide support to individuals and families through a holistic approach. APLUS CARE4ALL PTY LTD will ensure that all members of the family are involved and included as much or as little as the individual requests.
APLUS CARE4ALL aims to put the HOOT back into the lives of those who use ours services through challenging the individual to LIVE life and enjoy every moment that they have. Challenge their own limitations to achieve the achievable.
About Us, the story so far…
The story of APLUS CARE4ALL PTY LTD has developed from longstanding involvement in the industry and seeing an invaluable need for support for people within the Hunter Valley for all ages with or without a disability.
We pride ourselves in encouraging our Clients to expand their horizons and be all that they can be with the Support provided by Aplus Care4All.
AplusCare4Allis a privately own small business operating out of North Rothbury NSW.
The company services the Hunter, providing support in Disability and Child minding. All carers have had recent Working With children Checks, Police Checks, and hold current First Aid qualifications.
..And We are winners…
Kurri business founder Rae Phelps has taken out a major national award, receiving the best new business trophy at the National NEIS Association awards. Ms Phelps established A-Plus Care4All in October last year, accessing the NEIS (New Employment Incentive Scheme) program via the Hunter Region Business Enterprise Centre at Kurri.
A-Plus Care4All provides support in the home and the community, to families with members who have a disability and explores and advises on choices and alternatives available.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme presented an opportunity, she felt, based on her disposition.
“I’ve always been aware of the struggles of people with disabilities,” Ms Phelps said.
“I have a passion to help people realise their goals and be all that they can be, and not be limited by people’s expectations.”
Over the past 14 months Ms Phelps has completed her Certificate IV in Small Business Management undertaken further tertiary study to gain disability qualifications.
The business marked its first anniversary in October, and already employs more than 20 people.
Those efforts were recognized at the Hunter Region Business Excellence Awards in September, when A-Plus Care4All received the NEIS Business of the Year trophy.