Private Care Services
Our experienced nursing team is dedicated to providing quality care to individuals throughout all stages of life.
Lifest HealthCare’s nursing support team create personalised nursing care plans with the assistance of your medical professional team to assist individuals in achieving their treatment or recovery designated goals.
Private nursing support allows individuals to recover from surgery, injury, or to manage a chronic condition in the comfort of their residence.
Some examples of our diverse skills and services that can be offered include:
- Incontinence Assessment
- Non-Invasive Ventilation Support
- Invasive Ventilation Support
- Catheter Care
- Vital Sign Observation and Management
- Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastronomy (PEG) cares
- Diabetes Management
- Wound Management
- Delegated Health Care Plans
Lifest HealthCare is here to offer you care and treatment, that makes the final stages of life more comforting – for you and your loved ones.
At Lifest HealthCare we offer holistic, compassionate, and respectful palliative care and support for individuals in their home. With our palliative care program, our team of Nurses and other highly trained professionals, aim in promoting peace and dignity throughout the final stages of one’s life.
We work collaboratively with individuals to prove them with the needed support during the final phases of their live. We focus on what you and your loved ones require during this time.
Hospital In The Home
At Lifest HealthCare we provide support for those returning home from the hospital.
If you have had a stay in the hospital, whether this being short term, long term, or perhaps you have received surgical treatment – our highly qualified and skilled nurses are readily available to assist you with your recovery.
At Lifest HealthCare, we offer post-hospital admission clinical care from the comfort of your home. Our nursing team will work closely with you, your family, and your hospital medical team, to develop and implement a care support plan that meets your post-admission needs.
Complimenting our nursing team, Lifest HealthCare has a dedicated team of support workers that can assist you with re-establishing routines and maintaining your activities of daily living. From assistance with cooking and cleaning to transportation with follow-up appointments, our team is here to help.
Dementia is now the third-leading cause of disease burden in Australia – there is currently 472,000 Australians currently living with dementia – if this is your or your loved one, you are not alone and we are here to help
Caring for individuals at all stages of dementia requires a caring support team that is skilled, demonstrates sensitivity and early warning signs of deterioration.
At Lifest HealthCare we hand pick our supporting staff for this service to ensure the best care for those in need. This team demonstrate compassion throughout their work and ensures a safe and secure environment is created. This ensures you have trust in the support that is offered to your loved ones to navigate through their day with ease.
Our expert team can assist with:
- 24/7 support and contacted
- Maintain a healthy and safe home environment
- Reduce accidents and falls around the home with preventative measures
- Work on cognitive improvements, designed by healthcare professionals
- Provide companionship and friendship. To be a familiar, consistent support network.
Personal Care and Domestic Assistance
Maintaining your confidence and independence in your home is important to you, and therefore important to us.
Lifest HealthCare is here for all your personal care and domestic assistance. We understand that keeping on top of your personal care and housekeeping, correlates to both positive physical and mental health.
- Physical Assistance: Dressing, mobilisation, transfers
- Hygiene Assistance: Bathing/showering, grooming, oral care, toilet, and incontinence care
- Housekeeping: Meal preparation, cleaning, and other essential housekeeping tasks of daily living
- Medication Assistance: Assistance with taking and managing medications