Private funded care

October 10, 2020

For over 75 years myHomecare’s pioneering businesses have been offering their clients a simple way to access the full range of in-home services under a private funding arrangement. We can provide Private Care for you or a loved one who may need specialist medical nursing 24/7 for a complex condition or end-of-life care at home. You may choose Private Care for a week – or it could be for six months.

Our unique approach to Private Care gives you the very best of care in your own home, where you feel comfortable and at ease. We listen to your story and care needs, and then together work out the services you would like, and when you would like them – this forms your specialised care plan.

How can I access private care?

Anyone may request myHomecare Private Care services, all of which are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Even if you have access to one of the government-funded programs, you may wish to obtain additional services or more frequent assistance as a supplement

What Private Care services can I obtain?

Nursing care
Helping manage a health condition at home. This can include: Post-hospital care, wound care, medication management, dementia care, palliative care, chronic disease management

Personal Care
Assistance with daily hygiene and grooming including Showering, dressing and undressing, hair care, toileting, moving about the house

Social Support
Connecting clients with family, friends and the community. This includes: Meal preparation, respite – caring for the carer, sharing a cup of tea at home

Getting to medical appointments, shops, banking and bill paying

Domestic Assistance
Support around the home with everyday tasks including cleaning, dishwashing, clothes washing, ironing and unescorted shopping

In–home overnight respite care
Provides overnight support service for carers of clients needing assisted support in the carer’s or client home. Hours based on individual client needs.

Learn more on Private Funded Care in your area. Call us on 1300 20 90 20.


Government support packages in more detail

There are a number of government-funded packages available, based on your individual needs and allocated funding by the government and if applicable, how you want to pay for your service provider.

Home Care Packages (HCP)

There are 4 levels of Home Care Packages.

Learn more

Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP)

Entry-level support for help with daily tasks.

Learn more

Transitional Aged Care Program (TRANSPAC)

Transition care helps you recover after a hospital stay.

Learn more

Short Term Restorative Care (STRC)

Designed to help you reverse or slow any difficulties.

Learn more

Department of Veteran Affairs and Veteran’s Home Care Program

There are two types of funding for veterans and family.

Learn more

At myHomecare we understand there may be times in our life when we may need a little help.

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