We are a leading Queensland provider for Community Care Support Workers. All our DSW's are experienced, highly trained and matched to your participant's unique requirements. All documentation is valid and verified, and we invest heavily in ensuring a fully compliant workforce for our clients.
Conexson specialise and have capability to provide all staffing requirements a small or large disability support provider may need. We have an extremely large database of candidates, but also a large pool of staff that we move across our clients depending on our clients needs and gaps. We help our clients with small contingent work such as filling one vacant shift, to supplying the entire workforce for a SIL. We have support staff who are qualified and experienced to support your participants with community access, attending social activities, helping with skill development to manual handing, personal care, medication management and working with people with behaviours of concern. We are connection and goal focused when matching our staff with your Participant.
Conexson provides staff to support your client’s in-home care. Whether its domestic duties, shopping, companionship, personal care or a trip to visit friends, our staff will CONNECT and serve. Our staff are all fully vetted, hold a current driver’s license, comprehensively insured vehicle and most importantly, a passion for providing care.
Conexson has vetted & highly skilled Aged Care staff in Queensland. Whether it’s an experienced PCA/AIN, or an In Charge Nurse, you can rely on Conexson to provide the right staff that CONNECT. Within a residential setting, all staff are uniformed and carry appropriate ID badges which identify who they are, their qualifications and any other information as required. All staff have completed infection and manual handling courses including our unique Pandemic Course.
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