At Amani Care we are NDIS registered and provide an extensive range of care services with our highly qualified and skilled staff. We have a specialisation in high intensity community nursing. Our focus is on caring for people in their own home where they need more clinical nursing support.
You know we will be there when you need us with our 24/7 support. Our holistic approach means that we will meet your unique needs by using a diverse range of approaches that is guided by evidence based practice.
Our community nurses work closely with both doctors and allied health professional to provide the highest level of care at all times, where the individual’s needs are at the core of all we do.
High intensity community nursing
Amani Care assist where clinical nursing support is needed. Our team of accredited professional nurses have experience in delivering complex care for a range of medical issues, including for NDIS participants. We are available 24/7 so you know you we will be there when needed
Our overall aim is to help individuals lead a life that is as independent and healthy as possible. We do this by managing existing conditions, as well as helping to prevent illness and promote a healthy lifestyle. We are there when you need us. This includes short-term, longer term or overnight care.
Some of the community nursing services we provide include:
- Care in your home after a hospital stay
- General nursing care
- Management for chronic and acute wounds
- Medicine management and administration
- ‘Hospital in the home services’, as an alternative to being in hospital
- Support for complex chronic bowel issues
- Urinary catheter management including the care and management of indwelling and suprapubic catheter.
- Enteral feeding through assistance with the management and feeding through either a nasogastric tube or a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) tube
- Subcutaneous injections
- Skin integrity checks
- Monitoring of vital signs – including blood pressure, pulse and blood sugar levels
What type of community nursing does the ndis fund?
High Intensity Community Nursing Care is provided to NDIS participants who have complex needs that require their Carers to have medical training and experience. This includes accredited professional nurses. The types of services that can be included in a NDIS plan are those that help you to live independently. This is referred to as ‘capacity building’ – ie the care provided must contribute to your independence or build up your skills towards independence.
Some of the situations where this extra level of support it required includes:
- Behaviour support needs
- Very limited communication
- Medical procedures such as ventilation, urinary catheter management and enteral feeding
To be eligible for NDIS funding the community nursing care must:
- Be related to your disability
- Assist with your long term wellbeing
- Be delivered by a qualified nurse and
- Be limited in time
When the NDIS won’t fund community nursing services include:
- The care required is not directly related to your disability.
- It can be funded under the state health care system
- The care provided is not considered capacity building
- It does not need a qualified nurse to provide the care