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Understanding the Different Types of Complex Care Support Services

Understanding the Different Types of Complex Care Support Services

Complex care support services provide personalised care and assistance to people with disability who require long-term complex care  support. These services are flexible and tailored to meet the individual’s NDIS complex support needs, helping them to live their life as independently as possible. This article will explain the different types of complex care services available, including those offered by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Complex Care Support Workers

A complex care worker is an individual employed by a registered provider of complex care services, who can provide 24/7 support for individuals with ndis complex support needs. They are responsible for providing assistance with activities such as daily living activities, personal care and health management. This includes help with getting dressed, showering, eating and drinking. As well as more general tasks like shopping or taking medication. A complex care worker can also help with managing finances and other important aspects of everyday life. 

In-Home Care

This provides support in an individual’s own home so they can remain independent and in control of their own circumstances while still receiving the necessary level of support they need. In-home carers provide assistance with day-to-day living activities such as meal prep, cleaning and laundry services as well as social activities and transport to medical appointments. They may also be able to offer respite for family members or act as a companion for someone who lives alone or has limited social interaction.

Nursing Services

Nursing services provide specialist medical advice and treatment for people with disabilities who have complex needs. Nurses are highly trained healthcare professionals who can offer expertise on a range of issues. Including wound management, catheterisation and diabetes management. They are also able to provide advice on diet, exercise and lifestyle changes that may be beneficial for individuals with disabilities or chronic conditions. 

Complex care Service provider offers essential help to those living with disability. Who require long-term support in order to live their life as independently as possible. From nursing services through to more general in-home care options, there is something available to suit every person’s needs. The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides access to many types of complex supports that can make daily life easier. For those living with disability – if you think you might benefit from these kinds of supports it is worth considering. Register your eligibility today!

Check out our blog post about the benefits of complex care.

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