Home Care Brisbane

Experience the joy of living at home with the best in-home care Brisbane

At Basic Home Care, we understand that many people feel uncomfortable asking for help. That’s why our team of highly qualified and experienced carers will work closely with you and your family to create a personalised care plan that meets your individual needs. From providing companionship and personal care to helping with household tasks, we’re here to help make life easier for you.

In-Home Care Providers in Brisbane

Basic Home Care is the leading home care and registered NDIS provider in Brisbane. With a team of experienced and qualified care workers, we’re here to help you live and remain independent in the comfort of your own home.

To us, home care is about more than just providing basic services. It’s about building relationships and providing the highest level of quality care possible. We take the time to get to know you and your family so that we can give the best possible care and support you.

Whether you need help with everyday tasks or you’re looking for someone to provide companionship, we’re here to help. Talk to us and find out how we can serve you to the best of our abilities.

Our NDIS Services

We offer a range of holistic and individualised NDIS services that are designed to help you live a life that is as full and independent as possible.

Personal Care

From assistance with showering and dressing to providing medication reminders, we can help you with the personal care tasks that you need assistance with.

Domestic Assistance

We take care of the household tasks that are hard for you to take care of yourself, from vacuuming and dusting to laundry and grocery shopping.

Nurse At Home

Receive the medical care and attention you need in the comfort of your own home by our friendly registered nurses.

Community Access

Enjoy social outings and activities within the community with the help of our experienced carers.

Life Skills Development

Excel in daily living tasks and develop important life skills with our individualised programs.

Respite Care

Have a break from your caring role with our respite care services.

Short Term Accommodation

You deserve a holiday! Take a break in one of our fully-equipped short-term accommodation options.

Supported Independent Living

New home, new life. We can help you move into supported independent living and adjust to your new lifestyle.

Ways to Fund In-Home Care

Commonwealth Home Support Program

The Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) is a great way for seniors to get the help they need to stay at home.

Home care providers work with them to ensure they can maintain their independence and live as happily and healthily as possible. It’s a fantastic way for older people to receive some support and still be able to live in their own homes.

The CHSP is an entry-level support program, so it’s perfect for seniors who need a little help but don’t require full-time in-home aged care.

Home Care Packages

Home Care Packages provide subsidised care and services to help older people live independently at home for longer. Services are individually focused and flexible and can include things like personal care, home help, and meal preparation.

National Disability Insurance Scheme

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a funded program by the Australian government that provides disability support services for disabled people and can fund a range of supports and services, such as personal disability care, community access, respite care, and accommodation.

Private Funding

In-home care can also be funded privately. This can be done through self-funding, private health insurance, or a combination of both.

Veterans’ Home Care

Veterans’ Home Care (VHC) is a government funding program that provides support for veterans and their families. Services can include things like personal care, in-home aged care, and respite care.

Areas We Service in Greater Brisbane

We are proud to offer our in-home care services across the south east queensland region. Here are some of the areas we serve:

  • Greater Brisbane

  • Ipswich

  • Gold Coast

  • Sunshine Coast

  • Toowoomba

Why Choose Basic Home Care?

At Basic Home Care, we are passionate about providing high-quality in-home care services that make a difference in the lives of our clients. Here are just a few reasons why you should choose us:

Highly-skilled, Friendly Professionals

We believe that being caring and friendly is just as important as being professional, so you can rest assured knowing that you will always be treated with the utmost respect.

NDIS Registered Provider

Being an NDIS Registered Provider means that we are an approved provider of disability support services. This gives you peace of mind knowing that you are receiving high-quality, reliable services.

Customisable Care Plans

We understand that everyone’s needs are different, so we will work with you to create a care plan that is tailored specifically for you.

Affordable Rates

We provide competitive pricing for all of our services, in accordance with the NDIS prices guide, so that you may receive the care you deserve at a price that fits your budget.

24/7 Round-the-clock Care

We understand that some needs cannot wait, so we offer 24/7 round-the-clock care for those who require it.

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If you’re looking for high-quality in-home care in Brisbane, then look no further than Basic Home Care. Contact us today to find out more about what we can do for you.


What does home care refer to?

Home care is a broad term that refers to any type of health, social, or disability support services that is provided in the home. This can include things like personal care, home help, and respite care.

What are some of the benefits of receiving home care?

There are many benefits to receiving home care, such as being able to remain living in your own home for longer, having more control over your care, and receiving basic care that is tailored specifically to your needs.

What is the difference between home care and aged care?

The main difference between home care and aged care services is the range of services that are provided. Home care is designed to meet the needs of people who are still living independently, whereas aged care providers are designed to meet the needs of people who are no longer able to live independently.

How do I access home care for myself or a loved one?

If you’re interested in accessing home care for yourself or a loved one, then the best place to start is by contacting an approved provider. They will be able to assess your needs and help you access the services you need. Talk to a care manager about the application process and they will give you expert advice about

What does a Level 2 home package cover?

Home Care Package Level 2 care may include three or four weekly visits from a support worker, as well as assistance with cleaning and organising around the house, personal health assistance such as grooming and dressing, and assistance with food preparation, shopping, and transportation.

What does a Level 3 home package cover?

Home Care Package Level 3 is intermediate care and allows you to obtain assistance from our expert medical care staff, including podiatry services, massage, and virtual nurse health monitoring.

What does a Level 4 home package cover?

Level 4 of the Home Care Pacakage is the maximum level of support care accessible, and it includes assistance with domestic and medical or nursing support.

Our experienced and competent staff are here to help you with your high-level, complex nursing care needs in the privacy of your own home.

In-home assistance might also entail assisting with housekeeping and cleaning as well as health supports such as grooming and dressing or getting help with meals, shopping, or transportation.