Continence and Catheter Care in Brisbane

Continence and catheter care in Brisbane, NDIS community nursing is available to eligible NDIS participants whose NDIS Plan include capacity building for community nursing NDIS services.
We provide a wide variety of NDIS nursing care to the community. This includes disability services, bowel and wound care, diabetic care, medication management, clinical assessments, post acute and palliative care in NSW, QLD, Adelaide, Alice Springs and Darwin.

We have experienced Registered Nurses in NSW to cover Greater Sydney, Gosford, Newcastle, Taree, Kempsey and Goulburn.

Do you need help with wound dressing, Catheter care, Blood pressure. P Home Care is registered NDIS provider for Community Nursing Care We cover QLD – Brisbane, Gold coast and Sunshine coast.

  • Continence care: For participants who need daily assistance with toileting (bladder and bowel)
  • Wound & Pressure Care: for participants who need daily wound  and pressure care (resulting from pressure wounds or swollen limbs);

CONTINENCE and CATHETER CARE in Brisbane

Our nurses provide urinary catheter changes and general care. Our services also cover colostomy care and management.

Community Nursing NDIS in Brisbane

We can provide nursing care in Brisbane, Gold coast, Townsville or Bundaberg  while you recover from an illness, injury or surgery, or long-term care depending on your needs. We provide a variety of services including complex wound care, continence care, catheter care, injections, PEG feeding, respiratory support including CPAP and BiPAP equipment management.

We also provide rehabilitation and post-acute care to connect hospital care after discharge from the hospital. Urinary Catheter Management Brisbane, Complex Bowel Care QLD.

WOUND CARE in QLD

Our services include simple to complex wound care management. This includes the application of compression bandaging or compression stockings, and negative pressure wound care therapy.

Who is likely to need wound and pressure care supports?
People with disabilities causing immobility, poor circulation and incontinence are at higher risk of skin breaking down and developing a chronic wound (a wound that takes longer to heal). People that have diabetes, heart diseases, obesity and kidney disease are also at greater risk of chronic wounds. It is very important that skin is kept as healthy as possible to avoid chronic wounds such as skin tears, pressure injuries (sores) or leg ulcers.

How can I add wound and pressure care support to my NDIS plan?
If you have an NDIS plan you can use any part of your unspent core support budget in your NDIS plan to buy disability-related health supports (with the exception of the assistive technology valued over $1500). If your plan is being reviewed you can ask for these supports to be included in your future plans.

This will give you budget to access:

  • Consumables – the wound & pressure care items you need to use every day (e.g. dressings, gauze,
    bandages, tape, lymphoedema garments and pressure wraps)
    • Assistance – getting support from a qualified nurse to help you manage your wound and or pressure
    care needs
    • Assistive technology – devices and equipment to help you manage your health

Philips Home care is Providing personalised services designed by you ensure that you can rest easy at home knowing that you and your family are receiving the very best. NDIS continence care services are offered in Adelaide Hills, Eastern Adelaide, QLD – Brisbane, Gold coast, Melbourne, Perth, Sunshine coast, Murray and Mallee, hospitals near Darling Downs, South Brisbane and many more areas.

We take care of it all! 

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We provide NDIS Community nursing, wound care in QLD, consistence and catheter care in NSW, Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne and QLD (Brisbane, Sunnybank, Carindale, Redbank plains, Ipswich, Chermside, Caboolture, Gold coast and many more locations.

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