Dementia is a condition that most commonly affects the elderly in Australia, but it can also affect younger people as well. In some cases, people in… Read More »How to care for someone with early dementia
Palliative care is all about the care a person receives when they are living with a terminal illness or other condition that limits the span… Read More »How Can Palliative Care Improve Quality of Life?
Many elderly Australians rely on carers, professional or unpaid, to take care of them and help out with their daily needs and requirements. These carers perform a vital role in caring for the elderly and it’s a job that comes with alot of responsibility.Read More »What Are The Benefits Of Respite Care For The Elderly?
Transcript Home-based care is when a person requires some degree of assisted care but receives it in the comfort of their own home. Home-based care… Read More »What’s the difference between home-based care and placement care?
Transcript Chronic diseases are diagnosed long lasting conditions with ongoing effects which impact on the physical, emotional and mental wellbeing of individuals. Chronic diseases may… Read More »What is chronic disease management and care?
Transcript: Community nursing provides clinical nursing services to patients in the comfort of their own home. Community nursing is a great form of care because… Read More »What is the difference between community and personal care?
When it comes to nursing, there are a number of different approaches. One such approach is known as “person centred”. But what does this mean exactly and how is it beneficial to clients and their individual circumstances.
We’ll take a closer look at the person-centred care definition, sometimes also known as the client centred approach.Read More »What is a ‘Person-Centred’ Approach in Nursing?
Transcript: Clinical nursing services is one of the many services our experienced registered nurses can provide in the comfort of your own home. Our registered… Read More »What Is Clinical Nursing Services and Care?