Frequently asked questions
Our aged care services include home care, residential aged care and respite care. Our respite care options include in-home respite or a stay at one of our residential communities.
We provide a wide range of home care services to assist your patients to stay in their own home, maintain their independence and remain connected to their community. Your patients can access these services via government-funded Home Care Packages through My Aged Care, or privately as self-funded services.
Our home care services include:
- Wound care
- Medication management
- Continence assessment and care
- Diabetic care
- Cognition assessments
- Other nursing needs
- Allied health
- Occupational therapy
- Diversional therapy
- Personal care
- Help with showering, dressing, toileting
- Mobilisation around the home
- Support with everyday activities
- Meal preparation
- Help with shopping
- Home maintenance
- Cleaning and laundry
- Getting to medical or other appointments
- Social support
- Maintaining social engagements
- Social support groups/day/overnight respite
- Pastoral care.
We also have 11 residential aged care communities in Victoria and Tasmania - so if your patients require 24-hour residential care, they will usually have the option of staying close to their local community or loved ones.
Our respite care options include in-home respite, day centre care, and respite stays at our residential aged care communities. These services can be ideal for your patients who are recovering from an illness – or those who could do with some extra support to give their caregivers a break.