Fully Funded ACC Homecare Support

At Solora, it’s our mission to uphold and strengthen the wellbeing of people across New Zealand – and one of the main ways we pursue this vision is working alongside a trusted network of registered homecare providers to deliver high quality care at home for ACC.

Our home care and rehabilitation services empower people with a minor, moderate or serious injury to recover and live their best life possible. Our services are fully funded and available nationwide.

Contact us for advice or talk to your family doctor, nurse, hospital staff, or ACC case owner, for a referral to Solora’s services.

Who can access Solora services?

Living with an injury can be overwhelming, but you don’t have to manage by yourself. Whether you have a short or long-term injury, our team can support you to recover from your injury and live as independently as possible in the comfort of your own home. People can be referred to us after a discussion with ACC, a GP submission of an injury claim form, or following discharge from a hospital or rehabilitation unit.

Solora’s health professionals will talk with you and your whānau to understand your situation and the specific support services you need. Being based in local communities around New Zealand, they are experienced at working with people from different backgrounds and cultures.

All Solora services are fully funded by ACC.

Which services does Solora provide?

The skilled team at Solora has a variety of services to help you live well at home:

  • Showering and getting dressed
  • Home cleaning and laundry
  • Meal preparation
  • Shopping
  • Childcare
  • Nursing support
  • Occupational and physiotherapy rehabilitation

Short term injury support

If you have a short-term injury, we can support you to recover at home and get
back to doing the things you love. Through our network of homecare and allied
health partners we provide caring and professional assistance in your home and
local community.

Long term injury support

If, following an accident, you have a long-term injury such as a spinal or traumatic brain injury, we can support you to find ways of living as independently as possible at home.

Long term injury support can range from a few hours a week through to 24-hour support. Solora offers high-quality care you and your whanau/family can trust through our network of accredited healthcare partners. We are here to support you to live your best life following a life long or serious injury.

Who provides Solora services?

Our dedicated team of caregivers is here to support you or your loved ones to live as independently as possible and to live their best life.

Services are coordinated by Solora’s experienced team of nurses and service coordinators, while care is provided by qualified and experienced support workers, nurses, and allied health personnel through our highly experienced and national network of Partners.

Solora’s experienced team have been delivering home and community support services for over 14 years, and can expertly coordinate your individualised, reliable, and high-quality package of support anywhere in New Zealand.

Our registered nurses will speak with you or your whānau/family to understand your situation and ensure our support services meet your individual needs. We make it easy for you to connect with our national network of home support and allied health partners.

Solora achieved a 100% pass rate in our last sector standards audit which requires people to be “empowered to make decisions about their own care and support in order to achieve their goals, with a stronger focus on outcomes for people receiving support”.

Talk to us about how we can help you or your loved one to recover from injury or become as independent as possible.

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Solora will make sure you get the care and support you need for the short, medium or life-long duration of your injury needs. Let us provide you with high quality support and rehabilitation at home and in your own community.

Talk to your family doctor, nurse, hospital staff, or ACC case owner, for a referral to Solora’s services. Or contact us for advice on 0800 725 705, or visit www.solora.nz/homecare.