How To Get Home Nursing Care NSW Services?
With our Home Nursing Service and community nursing care you have the freedom to maintain your optimal health in your home. All of Nurse are Registered Nurses and Licensed/Registered Practical Nurses are carefully selected to match your personality and variety of special interests.
Your nurse will support you through around-the-clock care proving you with wonderful company, assisting you in staying in great health, and making sure you are as comfortable as possible in your surroundings.
Ensure your medically diagnosed clinical conditions are treated and monitored professionally with the help of our caring and compassionate nurses, who can come to your home or treat you at one of our community care centers. Our nurses can also review your medications and conduct dementia assessments, as well as have access to the latest advances in telehealth, technology, and evidence-based practice.
At P Home Care, we can provide you with high-quality nursing care so you can continue to live life your way.
The NDIS provides support to eligible people with intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive, and psychosocial disabilities. Early intervention supports can also be provided for eligible people with disabilities or children with developmental delays.
Philips Home Care Home Nursing Care Services NSW
Under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Australia, community nursing may be a support option for people with disabilities who require medical care or nursing services in their home or community setting. Community nursing involves the provision of nursing services, such as wound care, medication management, and health assessments, by a qualified registered nurse.
We Offer :
- Complex Bowel Care
- Urinary Catheter Management (In-dwelling Urinary Catheter, In-out Catheter, Suprapubic Catheter)
- Subcutaneous Injections
- Private Nursing Care
- Complex Wound Management
- Day-to-day management of medications
The NDIS can provide funding for community nursing services that are reasonable and necessary to help the person achieve their goals and participate in their community. This may include:
- Wound care: community nursing ndis care services can provide support for people with wounds that require dressing changes or ongoing management.
- Medication management: Community nursing services can provide support with medication administration, including the preparation of medication and the management of side effects.
- Health assessments: Community nursing services can provide health assessments, such as blood pressure checks and blood sugar monitoring, to help manage and monitor health conditions.
- Palliative care: Community nursing services can provide support for people with life-limiting illnesses and their families to manage symptoms and improve quality of life.
- Catheter changes: SPC and IDC catheter changes may vary depending on the type of catheter, the patient’s condition, and other factors.
We service in and around Greater Sydney, Eastern Suburbs, Northshore, Hills District, Central Coast, Hunter Region, Newcastle, Taree, Orange and many more areas with Nursing services.
P home care Community nurses are healthcare professionals who provide nursing care in the community, including catheter care. Catheterization involves the insertion of a tube (catheter) through the urethra into the bladder to drain urine. Catheter care involves the management and monitoring of catheters to prevent infection, complications, and other problems.