Our Services

To help us give you the information most relevant, please choose a personal health situation and type of care that best suits your needs.

Personal health situation

Type of care required


Pacific Homecare Services

Pacific Homecare provides a wide range of homecare services to the elderly and disabled community in the Counties Manukau region.

Disability care

Disability care is for people of all ages with physical, sensory and/or intellectual impairments who are, or want to live independently in their community. Read more

Elderly care

Elderly Care involves assistance to help people 65 years and over remain as independent as possible within their community. Read more

In home respite care

In-home respite care supports the quality of living of the client and their families, whanau and people providing on-going support. These are services funded by the Ministry of Health or the DHB to give carers, family and whanau a rest, and ensure that the person they care for gets the care and support they need in the meantime. Read more

Long-term chronic health care

Long-term chronic health care is for people of all ages with physical, sensory and/or intellectual impairments who are, or want to live independently in their community. Read more

Rehabilitative care

Rehabilitative care is for children and adults of all ages who have had an accident and need assistance to live independently in their community while they are recovering. Most of these clients are referred by ACC. Read more

Individualised funding (IF)

Individualised Funding (IF) is a way of paying for elderly and disability support services. IF enables elderly and disabled people to directly manage the hours they are allocated for Home and Community Support Services. Pacific Homecare works alongside clients, family and whanau to support and plan how best to use the hours of support by employing care workers and managing all aspects of the service delivery. Read more

Fia Ola – Pacific Homecare drop-in centre

Pacific Homecare offers an ethnic-specific drop in centre service at the Papatoetoe offices. Called “Fia Ola” the name means “living longer happily”. The programme aims to allow those over 65 to socialise within their own communities, reducing the risk of social isolation and loss of independence. Read more

Access Pacific Homecare Services

Clients are referred to Pacific Homecare via Needs Assessment and Service Coordination (NASC) agencies from the Ministry of Health and the District Health Board; and via the Royal District Nursing Service (RDNS), New Zealand agency from the Accident Compensation Corporation. You can request help specifically from Pacific Homecare when you contact the NASC or the RDNS. Read more

Download the Pacific Homecare brochure

Click on the links below to download the Pacific Homecare brochure in the language of your choice

Cook Island Maori
English
Fijian
Maori
Niuean
Samoan
Tongan

“I have special types of food that I have to eat since I am vegan. (My Support Worker) has become very creative when cooking food. I look forward to eating what he has prepared. He has gone above and beyond the call of duty. If I have a need to catch an early bus, he will come earlier in the morning so that he can walk me to the bus stop. It is a big help knowing that he is flexible like that.” - Pacific Homecare client