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Children's Respite
Services In Melbourne

 

Respite services give you the all-important break you need

When you're looking for the right children's respite services in Melbourne, it can become a little overwhelming. That's why we're here. Melba Support makes it easy for you.

As a registered NDIS provider Victoria, we offer quality respite care in Melbourne for children. Our dedicated children's respite homes are located in Cranbourne and Frankston.

Let us take over the caring, while you have a short break. Caring can be stressful and so a break will help to recharge your batteries and give you time to do other things.

What children do at Melba respite services in melbourne

There are a lot of activities a supported person can do while in Melba respite care. Each activity is not only designed to be fun, but boost confidence and grow independent living skills.

Here are some of the activities:

  • socialising

  • making new friends

  • going to the movies

  • enjoying a meal out

  • playing a favourite sport

  • sensor activities

  • visiting parks and local attractions

  • reading books, doing arts and crafts

  • playing games on Xbox and Wii and watching favourite shows

Respite care is an important break, both for the carer and the supported person.

Quality children's respite services

Being an NDIS provider Victoria, Melba respite services in Melbourne have dedicated support staff to assist the supported person in growing their independent living skills.

This includes:

  • daily tasks, such as preparing a meal and then cooking it fully supported

  • personal care, such as showering and dressing

We also ensure medication is taken correctly and on time. It's all part of our comprehensive respite care.

In Melbourne, our respite homes for children are located in:

  • Cranbourne

  • Frankston

A carer can enjoy a short break and know the person supported is in the best of hands with Melba. Speak to us today about accessing Melba respite services. 

Contact Melba Support

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