Complex Care

Complex Care

Complex care provides support for people who have higher level needs, often due to disability, chronic conditions, illness or frailty in old age. This often includes a vast range of services, such as bed transfers, help with daily tasks like going to the toilet or showering, bowel care, tracheostomy care and management of conditions like diabetes.

Finding complex care providers can feel overwhelming, especially if you are new to accessing support. Help is available through government-funded services such as the NDIS and if you are a senior, My Aged Care. These pathways can help you find the support network you need, so you can live as independently as possible and enjoy life.

New to the journey? We’re more than happy to help. For a free consultation, please get in touch.

NDIS Complex Support

Government-funded complex care services are available for people who have complex health issues.

Through the NDIS, these supports are provided by specialised support works nd healthcare professionals with the qualifications and experience required to safely provide high quality care. It can include supports such as:

  • Complex bowel care
  • Stoma care
  • Enteral feeding and management
  • Tracheostomy care
  • Urinary catheter care
  • Subcutaneous injection
  • Diabetes management
  • Seizure management
  • Wound management and pressure care
  • Meal preparation and delivery
  • Support to manage challenging behaviour
  • Assistance with personal care tasks such as toileting
  • social activities and community engagement
  • skills development for independent living
  • home modifications and independent living aids
  • social support programs and mental health support

Home Caring is a provider of tailored support for clients with complex health care needs. We deliver exceptional care from dedicated and experienced staff, to rigorous standards and with attention to every detail. We also recognise that complex care can be quite personal.  We are passionate about treating each of our clients as individuals, valuing their choice, perspective and consent.

If you have complex support needs, we can also help you apply for an NDIS plan. For more information, please get in touch.

Accommodation with complex support (SDA)

Some people may need to live in a dwelling that is purpose-build for complex support, so you can be safe and cared for while enjoying independence.

The NDIS provides SDA (Specialist Disability Accommodation) for eligible participants. This is a type of accommodation built for people who have complex care needs due to extreme functional impairment, and require high levels of support.

SDA homes are designed to provide complex care solutions in a warm and friendly environment that is connected to the community. They can include accessibility features such as:

  • Bedrooms with hoists
  • High physical supports
  • Robust walls and furnishings
  • Falls detection technology
  • Accessible doorways and benches to accommodate wheelchairs
  • Accessible showers
  • Extra safety features
  • Sensory features

Residents can personalise spaces to their taste, invite friends and family over, and receive support that connects them to the community.

Home Caring provides High Physical Support SDA accommodation for NDIS participants who require complex care solutions. Our brand new SDA apartments, located throughout Sydney, offer support, community engagement and luxury-style living.

For more information on SDA High Physical support, please see our Schofield Gardens and Merrylands SDA accommodation projects.

Complex Home Care for elderly people

Seniors who require complex support can move to a residential aged care home, where assistance is available for everyday tasks and clinical needs.

For those who do not want to go to an aged care home but require high level care, a government-subsidised Home Care Package may be an alternative. This enables you to receive complex home care services at home, so you can continue enjoying quality of life with your family or in your local area.

Home Care Packages go from levels 1 to 4, with 4 offering intensive support for people with complex support needs. This includes assistance with a range of tasks, such as:

  • Personal care tasks such as getting changed, having a shower
  • Help with housework tasks like cooking, cleaning and laundry
  • Stoma care, PEG feeding and other daily care needs
  • Independent living aids
  • Ventilation and other clinical care supports
  • Mealtime preparation and feeding
  • Therapies from allied health professionals (e.g. physiotherapists, dietitians)
  • Care for conditions like dementia or diabetes
  • social support programs and mental health support
  • 24/7 support
  • Respite care to give loved ones a break

As a complex care provider, Home Caring’s highly qualified team provides personally tailored complex care services which attend to every need. Our local staff are dedicated and experienced, with a commitment to providing best practice care with heart.

Want to chat to someone in person about your individual care needs? Please get in touch. We can also help you organise a My Aged Care assessment, if you are just starting to explore your care options and look for a provider.

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