We2Care nursing services are directed by experienced registered nurses and performed by enrolled endorsed nurses, enrolled nurses and assistant nurses in the comfort of your own home.
Registered nurses provide care plans that are based on a thorough examination that identifies your health conditions, the level of care required, and the appropriate medical interventions needed. Nursing is provided in consultation with your doctor and/or hospital discharge team. If there is an issue with your care and your GP is unavailable, We2Care nurses have access to our own in-house GP for clarification and guidance. At We2Care, we aim to provide the best possible care and management of your health issues.
We understand that people may require assistance as they go through transitions-whether developmental, educational, social, psychological or emotional in nature.
We2Care will assist you and your family to plan and explore options for times of key life transitions and will also help you to identify potential roadblocks and plan how to successfully resolve them.
We can support you and your family through all life stages, and equip you with the skills, capacity and confidence to manage future transitions. Ask us any of your questions about studying, transitioning from your home or ageing-we can help.
We2Care provide support to children from age 9 and adults with disability who present with behaviour of concern or mental illness.
We utilise a Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) approach that focuses on increasing a person’s quality of life and decreasing the frequency and severity of their behaviour of concern.
Our practitioners take a positive and proactive approach to behaviour support. A positive approach means increasing and strengthening helpful behaviour through learning and reinforcement, rather than using punishment or negative consequences to respond to someone. A proactive approach means anticipating where things may go wrong and preventing those things from happening, rather than just reacting when things go wrong. As a result, we see an improvement in relationships with family and friends.
We support you to develop everyday life skills that increase independence and control. By focusing on your own specific goals, we can support you to gain the skills you need to achieve greater independence, confidence and control. Building everyday skills not only allows you to be more independent, it also builds a greater sense of self-esteem.
This support provides training in the skills you need to manage daily life activities, increase communication and social skills, build capacity, solve problems and manage funding.
A clean, orderly environment can make a difference to your quality of life at home. We understand this and are ready to provide a helping hand when it comes to daily domestic responsibilities.
Our support team can work alongside you or under your direction to perform light household duties required in the day-to-day running of a home.
A fulfilling life includes making friends and being part of your community. This support is designed for individuals who wish to expand their social circles, interact with the community and join groups to build friendship networks.
We can support you to access and engage with your community, whether you want to further your goals and interests, work, study or simply socialise. We can arrange transport, accompany you and provide any personal support you require while out.
This support also provides the opportunity to connect with recreational activities.
You can choose to participate one-on-one or in a group.
We also have education and counselling programs that promote increasing physical activity, improving nutrition and reducing use of tobacco, alcohol or other drugs.
This service is available face-to-face (in our office or at your home), over the phone and by video link.
We2Care provides support coordination to help individuals and their family navigate the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Support coordination can support you to understand and implement your NDIS plan. We can help you to find the right service providers for your needs and coordinate all your supports, including mainstream, informal, community and funded supports.
We2Care provides specialist support for clients with high and complex needs. This service is time-limited, and focuses on addressing barriers and reducing complexity in the support environment, while assisting family to build capacity and resilience and connect with other support. It may also involve developing an intervention plan that will be put in place by disability support workers.
Our multidisciplinary team consisting of a doctor, nurses, social workers and support workers ensures that we have the skills and knowledge to provide a responsive service that is tailored to each individual’s circumstances. We emphasise a person-centred approach, working on specific goals within each individual’s plan. Our aim is to support participants and their families to build their capacity and resilience to manage their own supports in the future.
Most of our social work services are provided one-on-one, and our social workers can meet you in your home or at our offices.
All We2Care social workers are members of the Australian Association of Social Work (AASW) and We2Care is a registered Social Work provider under the NDIS.