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Prestige Inhome Care

Suite 101, Level 1/1 Cochranes Rd, Moorabbin, Victoria, 3189

There’s No Place like Home

Qualified Staff. Flexibility and Convenience. Premium Service. Specialised Experience.

For over 20 years Prestige Inhome Care has been helping Australians maintain their independence in the comfort and security of their own homes.

Whether it be help with arranging appointments or household tasks, full-time nursing from a registered nurse, or Home Care Package services, Prestige Inhome Care can tailor its services to meet your needs.

Care is available from just a couple hours a week through to 24 hours per day for locals across Melbourne, Geelong, Mornington Peninsula, Sydney, and Sunshine Coast.

Personal Care Services

  • Dressing
  • Showering
  • Grooming
  • Toileting and more

Nursing Care Services

  • Comprehensive nursing assessment
  • Wound care
  • Medication management and more

Social Support Services

  • Washing/ironing
  • Cleaning
  • Companionship
  • Transport to appointments
  • Shopping
  • Community connection
  • Preparing meals

Personalised Care

Tailored care delivered by reliable, qualified and experienced staff that are expertly matched to meet your needs. Your Case Manager will also provide you and your family with regular ongoing support, to ensure that you and your loved one receive only the best care and attention, exceeding your expectations.

For a free no-obligation consultation, call us today. 

There’s No Place Like Home.

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Rolf’s Story: Continuing Life’s Pursuits Through Home Care

on Wednesday, April 3, 2024

Rolf, a vibrant 93 year old retired teacher and academic, has a passion for history, books, classical music and visits from his grandkids. The support of his carers allows him to pursue his studies and correspondence, which give his life purpose and are part of his identity.

The Sky’s the Limit for Dorothy

on Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Dorothy is enjoying life to the fullest. Prestige Inhome Care client Dorothy has created a Bucket List and with the support of her carer Melissa, the sky’s the limit! Dorothy, a NDIS client who lives with dementia, began compiling her bucket list as she approached her seventieth birthday, and she is certainly not letting anything stop her from ticking the boxes.

Prestige Inhome Care's Touching Initiative Showcases the Gratitude Shared by Clients and Carers

on Wednesday, August 9, 2023

In a heartwarming tribute to the unsung heroes of our society, Prestige Inhome Care marked Aged Care Employee Day on August 7 by fostering a powerful exchange of appreciation between clients and their devoted carers. 

Celebrate with Prestige InHome Care: Grand Opening Event on the Sunshine Coast

on Friday, August 4, 2023

Prestige Inhome Care is thrilled to open the doors to their new Sunshine Coast office. They are now located at 5/22 River Esplanade, Mooloolaba, Queensland.

Employee Volunteer Day a Bonus for Prestige Inhome Care Employees and the Community

on Friday, May 19, 2023

This week is National Volunteer Week and Prestige Inhome Care is excited to announce the launch of its new Employee Volunteer Day. The Prestige Employee Volunteer Day allows for one paid day of leave for eligible full-time permanent Prestige employees to volunteer with a non-profit or charitable program.

Companionship Care: A Solution to Loneliness Amongst Australia's Elderly Population

on Thursday, March 16, 2023

For most Australians, the holiday periods such as Christmas and Easter, are about happy gatherings and high spirits, but holidays can actually be one of the loneliest times of year for many, particularly the older generation.

Prestige Home Care Workers: Now Some of the Highest-Paid in the Industry

on Tuesday, July 12, 2022

The care and support provided by home care workers to people who want to remain in the comfort of their own homes is invaluable. That is why Prestige Inhome Care has increased its care worker pay rates by up to 38% above award.

Prestige Inhome Care Expands Services to the Sunshine Coast

on Friday, July 1, 2022

Prestige Inhome Care has announced the opening of a brand-new office in Buderim on the Sunshine Coast, providing home support services such as personal care, in-home nursing, dementia and palliative care, and disability support to people from Noosa Heads to Caloundra.

The Importance Of Palliative Care

on Friday, June 10, 2022

“Between now and 2035, there will be a 50% increase in the demand for palliative care services and, by 2050, we will be doubling that again,” says Palliative Care South East CEO Kelly Rogerson.

"Palliative Care is a Lot More Than Most People Understand."

on Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Last week was National Palliative Care Week, an initiative that aims to encourage awareness and conversations on the many benefits of palliative care. Prestige InHome Care asked Janine Stockley, GM and Director of Nursing at Cabrini Palliative & Support Care Service, to share how palliative care has changed over the years and how timely access can support people living with a life-limiting illness.

Federal Budget 2022-23: Key Aged Care Outcomes

on Monday, May 2, 2022

Are you wondering how the 2022-23 Federal Budget will help you or your loved one access quality care? Or are you currently working in aged care or disability support or considering a career in the industry? Prestige InHome Care have summarised the key aged care and disability support Budget outcomes and how they may impact you.

Home Care vs Residential Aged Care: Home Care the Top Choice for Elderly Australians During Pandemic

on Wednesday, March 9, 2022

A recent report by the Productivity Commission into aged care services has highlighted that the total number of Home Care Packages for the financial year 2020/21 increased to 236,554. Residential aged care stayed the same at a total of 243,117, clearly showing that elderly Australians (especially during the pandemic) prefer to receive care in their own home.

We Need to Work Together to Resolve the Care Worker Shortage Crisis

on Monday, January 17, 2022

With 20% of the population expected to be aged over 65 within the decade, and 76% of Australians aged over 60 preferring to retire in the comfort of their own home, the demand for home care workers is higher than ever.

Moving Your Parent Out of an Aged Care Home: What You Need to Know

on Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Since late January 2020 more than 2,500 COVID-19 cases have been recorded in Australian Government-subsidised residential aged care homes, causing some Australians to lose confidence in the safety of the care being provided for their loved ones in aged care homes. 

Get Help Applying For a Home Care Package

on Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Are you needing assistance navigating the Australian Government’s Home Care Package Program? Prestige Inhome Care is helping Northern Sydney locals and their next of kin understand and apply for the Home Care Package Program.

Federal Budget 2021: Prestige InHome Care Unpack The Key Aged Care Outcomes

on Monday, May 24, 2021

The government’s $17.7 billion response to the final report of the Aged Care Royal Commission was revealed last week in the federal budget. Are you wondering how the government’s plan will help your or your loved ones to access quality care? Prestige InHome Care have summarised the answers to the top five questions the community is asking.

What You Should Know Before Opting To Self-Manage Your Home Care Package

on Tuesday, May 18, 2021

You, or perhaps your lovely partner or parent, are active and in touch with the world but maybe you have a health issue that means you could do with a bit of regular assistance at home or just need some help while recuperating.

If you’re comfortable with technology and used to managing your own activities – from home maintenance to healthcare appointments – you might be considering self-managed home care as a solution.

What Will the Government’s $452m Aged Care Overhaul Mean for Aussies Receiving Home Care?

on Thursday, March 18, 2021

The federal government has committed to spending $452 million as part of a major five-year plan to reform Australia’s aged care system. This is the immediate response and experts are suggesting the price tag could be upwards of $20 billion if all of the Royal Commission’s recommendations are implemented.

Prestige InHome Care: Anne's Extraordinary Story

on Friday, July 31, 2020

It looked like Anne was going to have to go to a rehabilitation hospital and because of a reaction to antibiotics causing delusions, she had ended up in a dementia ward. It was looking really frightening for both her and her family. Having already used Prestige InHome Care's services, Anne’s children rang Prestige and said “Help, we want to bring her home.”

Understanding Palliative Care

on Thursday, March 12, 2020

Everyone deserves respectful and experienced carers that support you when you need it the most. Palliative Care offers the same level of expertise and support you would receive in a Hospice, Hospital or with a specialist. The difference is you have greater options and more choices from the comfort of your own home.

Now in her 70’s, Annie looks back 10 years in order to make her plans for the future

on Friday, June 14, 2019

Coming out from Ireland at a young age, Annie always valued her close family here in Australia. With a loving husband, a daughter and two stepsons, Annie lives a happy life in her beautiful home in leafy Langwarrin, surrounded by her many memories and what is most important to her.

Simplifying the Home Care Package Reforms

on Tuesday, May 30, 2017

With uncertainty arising from the Australian Government’s recent changes to the way home care services are delivered to older Australians, Nick McDonald and his team at Prestige Inhome Care set to work developing a straightforward and easy to understand video to bring clarity and transparency to what can be an overwhelming process. 

Prestige InHome Care CEO Highlights Five Key Factors When Searching for Home Care

on Tuesday, April 11, 2017

The recent reforms to Government Funded Home Care Packages, effective from 27 February 2017, have sparked a wave of questions from some of the most vulnerable in our community, with many elderly and disabled citizens overwhelmed with the choice of home care providers emerging as a result of the changes.

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