Disability – Injury Care – NDIS and Private funded

When someone you love has an injury or disability and needs help at home, you need support from someone you can trust and you know has the competency and staff to manage complex health needs.

Private Care has helped many families navigate through the challenges and emotions of arranging care.

We feel great satisfaction each time a family experiences the relief and joy of knowing that they have finally found the support they need.

Private Care offers a wide range of support from general housekeeping to personal care, home nursing and live-in support.

Having care in your home is very personal. The relationship between your loved one and the carer is crucial.

We take the time to find the right match to build lasting relationships with some of our carers having looked after the same client for over 20 years

Please give us a call today. We’d love to discuss your needs and help you get the carers and financial support you need.

More on NDIS eligibility and funding

Also for further information on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) please go here

What makes us different?

  • Our personal approach,
  • The way we include family,
  • The time we take getting to know you,
  • Our flexibility – your services can change as your needs change, and
  • Our dedication to helping you and your loved one achieve your goals.
  • Over 25 years experience caring for people with complex disabilities
  • Our experience navigating and managing in the new NDIS funding regime.

Our Stories

We have had the privilege of caring for clients with the most complex and demanding care situations throughout the Sydney region and wider NSW to deliver the best outcomes for their lives possible.

One client, the victim of a motor vehicle accident, that left them with quadriplegia has been receiving 24×7 active care for over 20 years. Now in their 50’s they are healthy and enjoy the benefits of a regime that delivers the highest level of well-being.

Another, a suffer from a riding accident at 19 has spent over 30 years with a spinal injury requiring 24×7 care. He’s amazing and full of life and wanting to get out and into the community. A “rocker” at heart he still wants to attend great concerts. Where possible he can, our carers make that difference.

While these situations are also very challenging our carers are extremely dedicated and committed to doing everything possible to deliver the best quality outcomes for our clients, clients that have become among their closest relationships.