Stephanie Kluppels

Stephanie Kluppels

Chief Marketing Officer

Stephanie joined Better Living Homecare in 2017 and played a key role in its growth and the launch of its sister brands: Let's Get Care, Just Home Care Packages and Happy Living – prior to their acquisition by The myHomecare Group in 2021. Stephanie is a passionate and driven individual known for her expertise in driving outstanding growth results in startup and corporate businesses through leading high performing sales, marketing and operational teams. She also has experience as both General Manager of operational brands and Interim COO of myHomecare’s self-managed division. Stephanie was also the co-founder of Wednesday Cleanse Day, a wellness start-up and has extensive management experience in customer service-related industries.

Latest News


Age is just a number – Meet Eric.

At the incredible age of 72 years old, Eric Moore is the perfect example of how age shouldn’t depict your ability to contribute to the workforce. Eric recently joined Bromilow Community Care, which is part of the myHomecare Group as their bus driver. His role is to ensure that older Australians along the Sunshine Coast…

The Important Role Carers Play in Aged Care.

As it is National Carers Week, we wanted to highlight the importance of carers around Australia. Carers are phenomenal people who provide unpaid care to their family and friends to support them to continue living well at home. They play an integral part in Aged Care as they assist family members, friends, partners, neighbours or…

Announcement – New Chief Executive Officer Appointment.

The myHomecare Group Board announces that after a strategic review of the business it has agreed with Stuart Miller, Group Chief Executive Officer, that he will leave the Group after a period of transition to a new Chief Executive. The Board recognises the contribution which Stuart has made to the development of myHomecare over the…
Arthritis 5 Ways To Help A Senior

5 Ways to Support Someone with Arthritis.

Arthritis is painful, uncomfortable, and can be debilitating for older people.  As a result, mobility can be reduced, which should not be underestimated. As arthritis often worsens with age, it is vital that older people who suffer from arthritis learn how to manage their disease. What are the different types of arthritis? Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid…
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