Complex care is person-centered specialist support for someone with a chronic or long-term health condition, that requires extra assistance to manage their symptoms and daily activities to enable a high quality of life. The aim of complex care at home is to provide support around an individual’s needs and enable them to retain their independence as much as possible.
At our facility, we recognize the significance of maintaining continence, regardless of whether you are living with a urinary catheter, Urostomy, Nephrostomy or Colostomy. Our team of skilled nurses and caregivers are available to provide you with the necessary care and support to ensure your needs are met. We understand how important it is for you to feel comfortable and secure, and we are committed to providing you with the highest level of care possible.
Specialist Palliative Care and End of Life
Palliative care is a type of healthcare that provides support to individuals living with serious or life-limiting illnesses. This care is similar to end-of-life or hospice care and aims to alleviate the emotional and psychological stress that often accompanies a diagnosis of serious illness. Palliative carers also address the daily challenges that come with pain and physical discomfort, both in and outside of the home. At Lifeline Carers, we work alongside other healthcare providers to ensure that your loved one receives customised care from the moment of diagnosis onwards.
Serious illnesses impact all aspects of a person’s life, as well as the lives of their loved ones and family members. These illnesses can be progressive, meaning they get worse over time, or at an advanced stage. Examples of serious illnesses include advanced forms of cancer, dementia, motor neuron disease, lupus, blood disorders, liver and/or kidney disorders, lung disease, and paralysis.
Palliative care often involves a team of supportive healthcare providers, and our team at Lifeline Carers works closely with medical specialists and other caregivers to ensure that your loved one receives personalised care according to your specific requirements. We understand that palliative care responds to every kind of serious illness and will be responsive and sensitive to the changing needs of your situation. We are here to help you cope with all the complicated and difficult aspects of your respective situation.
Increasingly, families of those with dementia are opting for home care rather than residential care. This is because changes in routine and surroundings can be overwhelming for individuals with this condition. By choosing Lifeline Carers, who have over ten years of experience in providing a range of dementia care services, families can ensure that their loved one remains in a familiar and secure environment. From occasional support to live-in care, Lifeline Carers offers a comprehensive range of services that can be tailored to meet individual needs.
Continuing Health Care
The nurse manager in our team possesses a vast amount of knowledge and experience in Continuing Healthcare. Having worked as a CHC assessor and assessed numerous cases, she is well-versed with the CHC team’s requirements.
We can provide someone to accompany you on short trips to the supermarket or longer appointments at the hospital, and we’re able to organize transportation if needed.