Community Nursing Care

Simple and complex clinical care that include:

  • Stoma Care
  • Tracheostomy care
  • Complex bladder and Bowel/continence care
  • Wound care
  • Intravenous and subcutaneous medication administration
  • Palliative Care
  • Infection Prevention and Control
  • Peritoneal Dialysis
  • General nursing assessment and interventions to minimise hospitalisation
  • + More

Specialised Disability Accommodation (SDA)-Respite services

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) is a range of housing designed for NDIS participants with extreme functional impairment or very high support needs.

SDA has accessible features to help residents live more independently and have better access to supports in their home.

DATNM Health offers one on one support to assist with accomodation and tenancy goals.

Household Tasks

DATNM Health support participants with their daily living requirements including personal hygiene and grooming.
As well as important household tasks including:

  • Cleaning
  • Laundry & ironing
  • Fresh linen
  • Dishwashing
  • Shopping & meal preparation

Assistance with Community Access

A DATNM Health support worker will accompany participants to activities, whether it is shopping, playing sport, hobby activities, visiting a library or just taking time out to visit a café.

We support participants with travel and transport services for appointments and community access.

The nature of Community Access depends on the individual participants needs and their goals.

Assistance with Life Stage Transitioning

Including short and long-term support that focuses on strengthening the participant’s ability to coordinate their supports, and to assist them to live at home and participate in their community.

  • Support connection
  • Coordination of supports
  • Assistance with accommodation and tenancy obligations
  • Life transition planning including mentoring, peer support and individual skill development and assistance with decision making, daily planning and budgeting.

Specialised Positive Behaviour Support

The goal of behaviour support in the NDIS is to improve quality of life outcomes for people with disability and reduce and eliminate restrictive practices.

The aim of positive behaviour support is to reduce and eliminate restrictive practices.

There is a primary emphasis on upholding the rights of the person with disability by looking to support the person through evidence-informed, person-centred strategies reflected in a behaviour support plan.

Support Coordination

DATNM Health Support Coordinators connect participants with an NDIS plan and connect them with other supports and services in the community. Your Support Coordinator will assist you to:

  • Understand how you can use your NDIS plan to meet your goals
  • Manage resources effectively, gaining the best possible outcome from your plan
  • Work with people in your circle of support to meet the goals of your unique NDIS plan.
  • Access the NDIS portal, to monitor and best allocate your funds  
  • Monitor the progress and outcomes of achieving your goals
  • Prepare for your next NDIS review meeting

Speak with our team about the right service for your NDIS plan. 

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