Palliative Care

In-home Palliative Care Nursing

Our Palliative Care nurses support you and your family to manage the physical, emotional, social, cultural and spiritual aspects of a person’s death with skill, dignity and respect.

Our Highly qualified Palliative Care Nurse Practitioner leads our Palliative Client’s care in consultation with your Health Care Team and include your family and loved ones, supporting them through the all aspects of care and support.

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IN-HOME 24/7 NURSING

Our Palliative Care Trained Nursing and Lifestyle Assistant Team can provide 24/7 support to provide you with an individualized plan to best meet your needs during this difficult time.

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MEDICATION MANAGEMENT

Our Palliative Care Team can help you manage your medications to enable you to remain independent as long as possible, taking the right doses at the right time and effectively assist your family manage them when you can no longer. (we need to discuss it this way to meet NDIS goals and funding)

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SYRINGE PUMPS

Our Palliative Care Nurses are trained in management of subcutaneous medication management when you need it. A syringe pump  is used to provide a constant infusion of medications such as pain medication when a person can no longer swallow.

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END OF LIFE MANAGEMENT

Our Palliative Care Team, lead by our Palliative Care Nurse Practitioner can help with the emotional, cultural and spiritual factors of your care, and provide support for your loved ones.

How do you access In-home Palliative Care?

There are several ways you can access our in-home palliative care, depending on your age and situation.

My Aged Care

My Aged Care

If you are eligible for aged care services through My Aged Care, you may be able to use government funding for some or all of your care.

NDIS Plan

If you are under 65 and eligible for NDIS services, you may be able to allocate some of your funding to palliative care services.

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DVA Community Nursing

If you are a veteran and are eligible for DVA funding and assistance, you may be able to access our services using the community nursing funding.

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Private Funding

If you are not eligible for government funding, or if you require extra assistance than what your funding covers, you can access our services as a private client.

How much does in-home palliative care cost?

The costs of in-home palliative care vary depending on your funding options and your specific needs. For this reason, the best way to assess the cost of your care is to contact us so that we can give you a full quote when we know your funding arrangements and care needs.

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Registered NDIS Provider

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