Do you receive care funded by either The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) or Home Care Package (HCP)?

Do you want care that is more consistent, safe and comfortable?

Are you a manager who provides in-home care workers for NDIS/HCP clients?

Do you want to deliver quality care, reduce injuries and staff turnover?

Are you a healthcare professional who advises on moving and handling?

Do you want to feel confident in the advice you provide?

Risk Managed was founded in 2014 by occupational therapists Emma Small and Aideen Gallagher.

We’re two highly experienced health care professionals who have:

  • facilitated training globally
  • published books on the subject of safe patient handling and SmartCare™
  • been recognized as finalists in the Leadership Category of the Safe Work NSW Awards.

Our goal to improve the safety, efficiency and quality of care for participants of NDIS/HCP funding.

In 2020 we helped over 100 clients set up SmartCare™ Personal Care Routines in their homes.

More about Risk Managed

What is SmartCare™?

A SmartCare™ Assessment for people with disabilities maximises funding, keeps everyone safe and enables a comfortable, quality care experience.

SmartCare™ Online, is an e-learning training package for community care workers. It reduces the risk of injury to support workers and clients, increases overall confidence in the quality of care you deliver.

SmartCare™ for Health Professionals, is a program to help health professionals give quality advice in moving and handling with more confidence and less stress.

SmartCare offers simple yet powerful insights into how an in-home care provider can identify unnecessary moving and handling in your personal care and support services.

  • Control the risks in your business
  • Maximise & motivate your workforce
  • Confidently deliver exceptional quality care services with your clients

Learn how to:

  • Plan the streamlined delivery of care services with your clients based on predictability
  • Pre-empt risks your clients and workers are going to be exposed to, allowing both parties to recognise them
  • Make hazard reporting easy and ensure that it benefits the client, the support worker and your organisation
  • Get the most out of occupational therapy assessments for the client, the support worker and your organisation
  • Be smart about the way you train your staff in moving and handling to maximise return on investment
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