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CRT Program offers professional home nursing care. A dedicated, supportive home care nurse provides personalised care in the comfort of your own home. Our nurses listen to your needs and work with your doctor to provide you the highest quality care.

Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with having the professional medical attention of your own Care For Family nurse on hand whenever you need it:

✔ Critical Care

✔ Wound Care

✔ Pre and Post operative care

✔ Help with taking medication

✔ Health and wellbeing assessment

✔ Speaking with your doctor or health practitioners, as instructed by you

Unlike Personal Care or Companion Care services, private nurses are fully qualified to provide one-on-one clinical care. PrivateNursing Care in your own home means increased comfort, privacy and safety.

The role of a Private Nurse is either to administer urgent short-term treatment or to have an ongoing role in overseeing chronic clinical care needs. A nurse makes an important addition to your loved one’s Caregiving Team, as they give family members peace of mind that they are receiving the best possible private home care.

Our Homecare Support Services

Every carer within the CRT family has to undergo thorough identity checks and personal interviews to make sure that they are experienced, will give you high-quality care and that you are kept safe whilst you are in their care.

Free Expert Advice
Behaviour Support
Disability Care
Personalised Attention
Domestic Assistance
Dementia Care
Perfect Match
Personal Care
Palliative Care
Attention to Quality
Complex Care
Respite Care
24 Hours Support Line
Gardening
24x7 Care
Happy Moving
Home Maintenance & Safety
Community Participation
Life Skills
Medication Support
Meal Preparation

FAQ’s

  • What Does a Home Healthcare Nurse Do?
  • A Home Healthcare Nurse provides nursing care in your loved one’s home. As a trained Registered Nurse, the home care nurse can offer support for medical needs such as wound care, IV therapy, osto my care, and other services that require clinical skills.

    We often find that when people request home nursing care, our highly experienced and professional Care givers can perform most of the necessary duties. A Registered Nurse can then assist with complex clinical tasks as required. This team-based approach delivers the most cost-effective care.
    Caregivers and nurses working together leads to your loved ones having fewer hospitalisations.

    This reduces the risk of exposure to major infections and the subsequent development of life-threatening illnesses. This also reduces the premature need for an expensive nursing home placement.
    Our Registered Nurses are university qualified and are available whenever you need them- 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They work with your loved one’s medical team to coordinate their treatment and support.

  • What is the Difference Between Personal Care and Nursing Care?
  • Personal care includes any support that helps you accomplish daily activities such as eating, grooming, and toileting. This support is provided by an experienced carer who is trained through a certification program. Nursing Care, on the other hand, requires a university-trained Registered Nurse, who works with your loved one’s team to provide skilled clinical care. Nursing Care could include assessing needs, planning treatment, administering medication, and other medical services.

  • What do our nurses do?
  • Our highly experienced and caring Nurses and Care Providers work directly with clients and their careers and family members in a variety of ways to enable them to remain at home for longer and to remain as independent as possible. The duties performed by our Nurses and care Providers include but are not limited to:

    • • Initial comprehensive nursing assessments and follow up visits.
    • • Dementia care and management
    • • Intravenous (IV) therapies
    • • Palliative care
    • • Health education and health promotion
    • • Grief and bereavement counselling
    • • Continence assessment and management
    • • Rehabilitation and reablement
    • • Falls risk assessment and management
    • • Diabetes and chronic disease management
    • • Post-acute care
    • • Wound care and management including prevention of wounds education
    • • Nasogastric tube feeding
    • • Ventilation at home
    • • Behavioural support
  • Can the nurse or care worker attend at a time convenient to our family?
  • Absolutely! Our experienced Nurse or Care Worker will contact you and schedule your Initial Assessment at a time suitable to you and your family’s needs.