Oxley Home Care

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Oxley Home Care is known for its high-quality care and commitment to excellent client care and clinical support.  Our promise is underpinned by our Quality Care Framework that ensures that our team receives regular and ongoing training.  We are 5 star rated on Google, 98% of clients choose to stay with us and 89% of staff would recommend working here to a friend.

We have a strong local Registered Nursing workforce who support our clients and care staff every day. We are equipped to deal with complex care needs and bring a team of trained, insured and resourceful carers to manage all of your care needs.

We directly employ, train and supervise our team of experienced and culturally diverse nurses and care workers.  We are accredited to the Australian Aged Care Quality Standards.

Our care managers work closely with doctors, hospital discharge planners, social workers, local community groups and whoever is necessary to make sure your care is tailored to your needs.

We have over 15 years of experience providing quality home care to our clients in Sydney. We cover regions throughout the North Shore, Northern Beaches, Eastern Suburbs, Inner West, Western Sydney and South West Sydney.

We provide a comprehensive range of holistic, high quality nursing and home care services in our communities to assist you to live happily and independently at home. 

We provide management of:

  • Home Care Packages (HCP)
  • Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) programs including Veterans’ Home Care (VHC) and Community Nursing
  • Private Services

We listen to your needs and interests and customise your Home Care Package to suit your needs and lifestyle, empowering you to take control of your life and maintain independence living at home.

Our services include:

  • Personal care
  • Domestic assistance
  • Meal preparation
  • Transport and appointments
  • Support and companionship
  • Shopping
  • Respite for Carers
  • Dementia Care
  • Allied health
  • Nursing support

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Dementia Awareness Month 2018

on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

September is Dementia Awareness Month – a campaign run by Dementia Australia.  Dementia Awareness Month aims to encourage Australian’s to become aware of dementia and all its different forms, and gain a greater understanding of what it’s like for someone living with dementia.

90 Days Till Your Home Care Package? Oxley Home Care Shares What to do Next

on Thursday, August 30, 2018

If you or a loved-one are waiting in the national queue for a Home Care Package, you will receive a letter 90 days before you are assigned a Home Care Package.

Discussing in-home care with your loved ones

on Friday, July 6, 2018

It can be a big adjustment to get used to having someone support you to live in your own home. Most of us have a sense of pride when it comes to managing, even when things become difficult. Pride in having a clean and tidy home, driving independently to appointments, and preparing meals.

Five Thoughtful Things You Can Do For a Loved One Living With Dementia

on Friday, October 20, 2017

Family and friends matter when it comes to navigating life’s ups and downs. So, what can you do to keep the special bond alive when an elderly parent is living with dementia?

Oxley Home Care Marking National Carers’ Week

on Monday, October 16, 2017

National Carers Week takes place this week – October 15 – 21, 2017 – and is all about recognising and celebrating the amazing positive difference that Australia’s 2.7 million unpaid carers make to our families, communities and the national economy.

6,000 New Home Care Packages Released

on Thursday, October 12, 2017

By 2050, more than five million people will need access to aged care and according to the Productivity Commission, Australia will need almost one million aged care staff to care for all these people by that time.

Maggie Beer To Launch Recipe Book To Help Australian’s Living With Alzheimer’s

on Monday, September 25, 2017

Well-loved Australian cook, Maggie Beer and Professor Ralph Martins, a leading Alzheimer’s Disease Researcher, have teamed up to help Australia’s elderly fight a debilitating disease – Alzheimer’s Disease.

Dementia Awareness Month with Oxley Home Care

on Tuesday, September 19, 2017

September is Dementia Awareness Month - a campaign conducted by Alzheimer’s Australia that is all about encouraging Australians to become aware of dementia and to have a greater understanding of what it’s like for a person to live with dementia. Oxley Home Care offers a range of home care services to help those living with dementia.

The Future of Home Care

on Tuesday, November 22, 2016

As with most industries, consumer driven demand and choice are driving factors in building stronger foundations as well as creating innovation and excellence. As Australians continue to live longer and healthier lives, it is vital we have individual choice in our care as we age.

Doll Therapy for Oxley Home Care's Dementia Clients

on Friday, October 7, 2016

Doll therapy is one way Alzheimer’s disease caregivers try to ease anxiety and bring joy to loved ones with dementia. Many caregivers have found doll therapy to be a good way to engage loved ones while giving them a purposeful and rewarding activity.

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