Who we are

Quality Care

Aged Care Angels And Disability Service (ACADS) was established in 2010 by Kerry Morrison, who is now the director.

As an in-home Assistant In Nursing (AIN), Kerry became aware of the plight of disabled children and indigenous children who required mentoring under her care.

Kerry soon realised that many patients, including the disabled and elderly, were being deprived of essential options when seeking care. With this realisation, Kerry believed that a predetermined route from a hospital to a nursing home was not necessarily in the best interests of the patients and that alternatives could be provided.

Quality Care — Aged Care Angels And Disability Services Anna Bar NSW

Quality Care

Aged Care Angels And Disability Service (ACADS) was established in 2010 by Kerry Morrison, and Rose Hewitt

We are committed to growing the business to ensure exceptional care is available within the community. We work hard to achieve our goals of becoming the best care provider and employer of choice. Our compassionate and professional team members have many decades of experience.

As an indigenous owned and operated business, we are proud to provide support to a wide variety of clients, including those with indigenous and multicultural backgrounds. We appreciate the trust our client’s ACAD place on our team members, and the services we provide, and we ensure that each client is matched to the most suitable carer.

Care Giver Nurse — Aged Care Angels And Disability Services Anna Bar NSW
To make those alternatives available to those who needed them, Kerry undertook the role of carer herself.

Kerry and her friend Rose Markham are committed to growing the business to ensure exceptional care is available within the community.

They are working hard to achieve their goal of becoming the best care provider and employer of choice.

Our compassionate and professional team members have many decades of experience.

As an indigenous owned and operated business we are proud to provide support to a wide variety of clients, including those with indigenous and multicultural backgrounds.

We appreciate the trust our clients place on our team members, and the services we provide, and we ensure that each client is matched to the most suitable carer.

The process of placing nurses and support personnel for in-home care is different to the hospital hiring process.

Rather than send whoever’s available, we take the time to get to know each client to find out more about their lifestyle, physical needs and cultural backgrounds.
This allows us to place the most appropriately-suited carer. We do our best to place a team member whose personality matches the client.
We also strive to partner clients with caregivers who have previously worked for them. That minimises disruption to clients and their families, and maximises continuity.

We only recruit experienced team members who share our commitment to providing exceptional service. All of our staff have backgrounds in health care and/or recruitment experience. All carers have up to date CPR and first aid certificates.

Home Care — Aged Care Angels And Disability Services Anna Bar NSW
Carer — Aged Care Angels And Disability Services Anna Bar NSW

Each carer candidate undergoes a comprehensive evaluation before joining our team.

Our assessment, staff screening, and selection process includes a one-on-one interview, reference checks, Police checks, working-with-children checks, verbal reference checking with supervisors, orientation programs and ongoing evaluation.

Such a thorough vetting process ensures that our standard of care remains high. Each team member is also encouraged to continue their education by attending other courses and further development we hold in-house.
We also conduct regular performance reviews and offer training and government-approved traineeships to our care team where appropriate.

Rose Hewitt - Director

We take the time to get to know each client to find out more about their lifestyle, physical needs and cultural backgrounds
This allows us to place the most appropriately-suited carer. We do our best to place a team member whose personality matches the client. We also strive to partner clients with caregivers who have previously worked for them. That minimises disruption to clients and their families and maximises continuity.

We only recruit experienced team members who share our commitment to providing exceptional service. All of our staff have backgrounds in health care and/or recruitment experience. All carers have up to date CPR and first aid certificates.
They are supported by an extensive network of registered nurses and health professionals who specialise in caring for the elderly, disabled, and those with other conditions.
Each carer candidate undergoes a comprehensive evaluation before joining our team.

Our assessment, staff screening, and selection process include a one-on-one interview, reference checks, Police checks, working-with-children checks, verbal reference checking with supervisors, orientation programs and ongoing evaluation.

Such a thorough vetting process ensures that our standard of care remains high. Each team member is also encouraged to continue their education by attending other courses and the further development we hold in-house.

We also conduct regular performance reviews and offer training and government-approved traineeships to our care team where appropriate.