Community Nursing

Caring Close to Home, Nurturing Communities

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Nursing Care In Your Home

We understand that maintaining good health is important to you, even while living with a disability. That's why we offer community nursing services that bring professional medical care and support right to your doorstep.

Community nursing means that our skilled nurses can come to your home to provide you with the medical care and attention you need. They have expertise in managing a wide range of health conditions.

Nursing Services

Care Plan Creation

Our skilled community nurses work closely with individuals, their families, and their care teams to develop personalized care plans. These plans outline the specific healthcare needs, goals, and preferences of everyone. They serve as a roadmap for care provision, ensuring that all aspects of their health and well-being are addressed.

Wound Management

Our community nurses are trained in wound care management. They assess and treat wounds, such as pressure ulcers or surgical incisions, using evidence-based techniques. They monitor healing progress, provide appropriate dressings, and offer guidance on wound prevention and management strategies.

Injections Administration

Our nursing staff is experienced in administering various types of injections, including medications, vaccinations, or insulin for individuals with diabetes. They follow proper techniques to ensure safe and effective administration, while also providing education on self-injection if appropriate.

Catheter Care

Our nursing team is trained in catheter care for individuals who require urinary catheterization. They provide proper care and maintenance of catheters to minimize the risk of infections or complications. They also educate individuals and their caregivers on catheter hygiene and self-care techniques, when applicable.

Nursing Excellence

Our nurses at Hope Ability Services are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). AHPRA is the regulatory body responsible for ensuring the competence and professionalism of healthcare practitioners in Australia. Being registered with AHPRA means that our nurses have met the required standards of education, training, and ongoing professional development necessary to provide high-quality care to individuals with disabilities. You can have confidence in the qualifications and expertise of our nursing staff as they deliver healthcare services within the scope of their practice.

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