in early May 2019, our 52-year-old son suffered a seizure, collapsed, and struck his head on the pavement. This resulted in a depressed fracture of the skull. He was in the RAH ICU completely unconscious for just over two months. He has spent eleven months in hospital having intensive therapy to treat hemiplegia which has affected his right leg and foot, as well as his right arm and hand. He has been having speech therapy as his speech had also been affected.
Since early April 2020 he has been in the care of the wonderful 24/7 carers at the Bet Group accommodation at Mawson Lakes. Since being a participant, he has progressed beyond expectations of the specialists and ourselves. He has gained some use of his fingers and right hand and is showing signs of some improvement with his right leg and foot.
Our son was taken on holiday at Kangaroo Island recently and we couldn’t imagine how this was organised so seamlessly by his staff who accompanied him.
Knowing that our son is receiving such exceptional care including the provision of his meals, as for a long time had to be fed via a PEG tube, has taken a lot of stress and anxiety away from us and we certainly thank the competent and friendly BET staff caring for him.
BET Group and the NDIS
At BET Group we are excited about the improved outcomes the NDIS is bringing to people with a disability across Australia, and we are here to help make these positive changes happen in housing.
We are committed to innovation as well as best practice, evidence-based service delivery, to ensure we are constantly striving for better and smarter ways to meet the needs, desires, and goals of our Participants.
Our service delivery is centered on our clients and involves them and their supporters in every aspect of their housing choices.
We pride ourselves on our quality service delivery and supporting participants to participate in and belong to the community, while becoming independent, autonomous directors of their own lives.
Additionally, in current times we must address client safety in regards to COVID-19.The BET Group Approach