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DISABILITY NURSING CARE

Professional nursing care for people living with disability

Get in touch about nursing care

Talk to us about your support services and we will be happy to help.

Your care

Get the disability nursing services you need in your own home. 

At Absolute Care & Health, we are a registered NDIS provider with a team of dedicated registered nurses and enrolled nurses. Our team can provide home nursing services for NDIS participants, including people with complex care needs.

Nursing care services

Whatever your care needs happen to be, we can provide qualified and experienced registered nurses to support you. At Absolute Care & Health, our disability nursing services include:

Health and wellbeing

Our team of registered nurses can provide a full range of services and treatments to assist people living with disability. We provide support with:

Activities of daily living

Along with our home nursing care services, we can also provide qualified disability support workers to support you with all kinds of daily activities. All our support services are designed to help you develop your own skills and independence. We can help support your independence with:

“At Absolute Care & Health everyone is incredibly nice. They did a lot of work to make sure that we have the right carers, ones that we can feel at home with.”

Gloria and Ted

Find out more about nursing care for disability

Download our information pack for more information about our nursing care services.

Talk to us about your care​

We can help you with any questions you may have.

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