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Care Recipient & Support Worker Profiles by Mind Map: Care Recipient &
Support Worker
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Care Recipient & Support Worker Profiles

To make meaningful improvements to the process of matching Support Workers to Care Recipients, detailed need- and experience profiles have to be defined. The Care Recipient Need Profile The Support Worker Experience Profile The Care Provider / Host Service Profile The Match2Care tool is designed to optimise the matching of profile criteria

Standard Care Need Regular (SCR)

needs more than 15 and up to 25 hrs / week in care

Standard Care Max (SCM)

Standard Care Entry (SCE)

Basic Care Need Regular (BCR)

Receives typically 4 to 7 hrs per week in care care comprises home help, companion and respite care

Basic Care Max (BCM)

Basic Care Entry (BCE)

Complex Care Need Regular(CCNR)

needs 75 - 100 hrs/week in care. total amount of care dollars per annum 75 to 100K, is a potential Direct Payment or Direct Employment user / participant has excellent admin system and all financial details at her / his finger tips and supervises / executes payroll & invoicing process has on-line access to Support Worker availability, Support Worker Experience Profiles and Work References, Police Check etc. needs  hoisting, legrolling and showering experience  

Complex Care Max (CCM)

Complex Care Entry (CCE)

Complex Care Support Regular(CCSR)

Support Worker has a Level 3 certificate, has had more than 2 Years experience in Complex Care, is familiar with manual and electric hoists and wheelchairs

Complex Support Max (CSM)

Complex Support Entry (CSE)

Standard Support Regular (SSR)

  Support Worker has a Level 2 certificate, has worked for more than two years with Standard Needs Care Recipients, is familiar with manual and electric hoists and wheelchairs.

Standard Support Max (SSM)

Standard Support Entry (SSE)

Basic Support Regular (BSR)

Support Worker has a Level 2 certificate, has worked for more than two years with Standard Needs Care Recipients, is familiar with manual and electric hoists and wheelchairs.

Basic Support Max (BSM)

Basic Support Entry (BSE)