Home Nursing Sunshine Coast

Do you need help caring for a loved one?

We are here to help. Basic Home Care provides quality home nursing care to the Sunshine Coast community. We understand that caring for a loved one can be difficult, and we are here to provide support so you can take a break from your duties. We want them to feel comfortable and safe in their own home, surrounded by the people they love most.

In-Home Nursing Care Providers on the Sunshine Coast

Basic Home Care is a leading provider of in-home nursing care on the Sunshine Coast. We’ve been helping families care for their loved ones for years, and we are dedicated to providing the best possible care for our clients.

We offer a wide range of services, from basic home care to more specialised care, and we work with you to create a care plan that is tailored to your loved one’s needs. We also offer respite care, so you can take a break from your caregiving duties when you need to.

If you’re looking for quality home nursing care on the Sunshine Coast, look no further than Basic Home Care. Contact us today to learn more about our services.

Our NDIS Home Nursing Services:

Palliative care

Basic Home Care provides palliative care to make sure your loved one is as comfortable as possible in their final days. Our nurses are experienced in providing palliative care, and we will work with you and your family members to create a personalised plan.

Pre and post-operative care

Your loved one is about to go through surgery, and you want to make sure they have the best possible care. You can trust us to provide care of your loved one during their time of need. From pre-operative care to post-operative care, we will be there for you and your loved one.

Wound care

You don’t have to worry about anything – our carers will take care of everything for your loved one. From providing the necessary supplies and treatments, to making sure your loved one follow through with the treatment plan, we’re with your loved one every step of the way. Let us help you take the best possible care of your loved one.

Help with taking medication

With our service, you can rest assured knowing that someone is always there to help your loved one take medication on time, every time. You no longer have to worry about forgetting or being late with the dosage. Let us help make this process easier for you.

Ways to Access In-Home Nursing Services

National Disability Insurance Scheme

If your loved one is living with a disability, they may be eligible for support under the NDIS. Basic Home Care can provide support for your loved one if they are eligible for the NDIS. Our carers will work with you to create an excellent care plan that is tailored to their home care needs.

Home Care Packages

If your loved one is aged 65 years or older, they may be eligible for a Home Care Package. These packages are designed to provide support for older Australians who want to stay in their own homes while receiving care and support from home care package provider or aged care provider.

Basic Home Care can provide support under a Home Care Package. We will work with you to create a care plan that is tailored to your loved one’s needs.

Private Funding

If you would like to use our services but don’t qualify for government funding, we also offer private funding options. We can work with you to create a quality care plan that meets your budget. Contact us today to learn more.

Areas We Service on the Sunshine Coast

We’re thrilled to give our comprehensive services on the Sunshine Coast. Some of the areas we serve are listed below:

  • Mermaid Beach

  • Main Beach

  • Broadbeach Waters

  • Clear Island Waters

  • Paradise Point

Why Choose Basic Home Care for Nursing Care?

Choosing the right home nursing care provider is an important decision. Here are some reasons why you should choose Basic Home Care:

Highly-skilled, Friendly Professionals

All of our nurses are highly skilled and experienced. They are also friendly and compassionate. You can rest assured knowing that your loved one is in good hands.

NDIS Registered Provider

We have been an NDIS registered provider for years. This means that we are an approved provider of support services for people with disabilities. And , we are committed to providing quality services to our clients.

Customisable Care Plans

Customisable care plans are designed to meet the specific needs of each client. We understand that no two clients are alike, and we will work with you to create a care plan that is tailored to your loved one’s individual needs.

Affordable Rates

The pricing guide for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) influences our pricing, so you can be confident that we will provide you with high-quality services at an affordable price.

24/7 Round-the-clock Care

Never worry about your loved one being alone again. With our 24/7 round-the-clock care, someone will always be there to support them.

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What does respite care mean?

Respite care is a type of short-term care that is designed to provide relief for caregivers. It can be used on a regular basis or as needed.

What is covered by respite care?

Respite care can cover a wide range of services, including but not limited to: personal care, domestic assistance, social support, and transport.

Who can go into respite care?

Whether you’re dealing with the stress of a new diagnosis, coping with the challenges of caring for a loved one, or simply in need of a break, respite care can provide the relief you need. In short, respite care is for anyone who needs a break from their caregiving duties.

Is respite care covered by the NDIS?

Yes, respite care is an approved service under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

How do I sign up for respite care?

If you’re interested in respite care, the first step is to go to a care manager. Then, contact us. We will be happy to answer any of your questions and help you get started.

How is respite care covered financially?

There are a few different ways to finance respite care, including the following:

  • Government funding: If you’re a carer for someone with a disability, you may be eligible for government funding to cover respite care.

  • Private health insurance: Some private health insurers offer coverage for respite care.

  • Self-funding: You can also choose to self-fund your respite care. This means that you will pay for your quality care out of your own pocket.

How long can someone sojourn in respite care?

The length of stay will depend on the needs of the carer and the availability of services. In most cases, respite care can be provided for a few hours, days, or weeks at a time.

How much does respite care cost biweekly?

The cost of respite care will vary depending on the type and length of services required. However, the average cost of respite care is $100-$200 per day.

When can a person access in home respite care?

In-home respite care can be accessed at any time. However, it is important to note that in-home respite care is not 24/7 care. If you require 24/7 professional care, you will need to look into other options, such as respite care centers.

How do I qualify for respite care?

To qualify for respite care, you must be a carer for someone with a disability. In most cases, you will need to be receiving government benefits or have a low income. You will also need to meet the respite care provider’s eligibility criteria.

Is respite care covered by Medicare?

For hospice patients, Medicare will pay for up to five consecutive days of inpatient or outpatient respite treatment.

Can home care packages pay for respite care?

Home care packages can be used to finance respite care. However, the amount of funding you receive will depend on your home care package level.

What are the benefits of respite care?

There are many benefits of respite care, including but not limited to:

  • Relief for caregivers: Respite care can provide much-needed relief for caregivers who are struggling to cope with the demands of caregiving.

  • Improved well-being: Respite care can also improve the well-being of both caregivers and care recipients.

  • Increased socialisation: Respite care can help reduce isolation and promote socialisation for both caregivers and care recipients.

  • Enhanced quality of life: Respite care has been shown to enhance the quality of life for both caregivers and care recipients.

Why choose Basic Home Care for respite care?

At Basic Home Care, we provide high-quality home care services such as respite care services and aged care services that are designed to meet the unique needs of our clients. We understand that caregivers need a break, and our team is here to help. We offer a variety of respite services, including in-home care, center-based care, and overnight care.

We also offer a wide range of quality in-home care services such as dementia care, disability care, and aged care services, Contact us today to learn more about Basic Home Care Sunshine Coast