NDIS Disability Support Provider for High Intensity Care
Sometimes your needs at home are complex and require a specialised team to delivery rosters of 24/7 care.
UCCo offers you peace of mind through this process and commits to only ever acquiring the most highly qualified personnel.
Our policies and procedures in this area specifically underpin our service delivery, and we work closely with your Allied Health Professionals and Clinical Health Practitioners to make sure you are as safe and supported at all times.
The pillars of choice, dignity and inclusion are at the heart of everything we do, and this stems from lived experience with family members and loved ones conquering life with a disability.
HOW HIGH INTENSITY CARE SERVICES CAN ASSIST
High-intensity care is an essential service that can improve the quality of life for individuals with complex medical needs by providing them with comprehensive support and treatment options.
With the right level of care and support, individuals can receive more intensive treatment and monitoring, which may be necessary for managing their health conditions effectively.
High-intensity care can also help individuals achieve better health outcomes by providing access to specialised treatments and therapies that may not be available in other settings.
Additionally, high-intensity care can provide practical assistance with daily tasks such as personal care and medication management, allowing individuals to focus on their recovery and overall well-being.
YOUR TEAM ALWAYS
Your support team is designed to meet your personal needs rather than assigning staff from a pool of support workers.
Working with you, we build a team of people who get to know and care about you and can help to foster a sense of community and connection that can be incredibly valuable in navigating the highs and lows of life.
We understand first-hand that having changing support workers with no consistency in care can have several downsides: inability to establish a rapport or sense of trust which leads to feelings of discomfort or anxiety.
Additionally, it may be harder to maintain a routine and ensure that all necessary tasks are completed regularly without consistent care. This can lead to increased stress, frustration, and potential health complications if important tasks such as medication management or wound care are not performed correctly or consistently.
By working with a team that is consistent and tailored to your unique circumstances, you can enjoy greater flexibility and control over the type of assistance you receive.
FAQ'S (Our most Frequently Asked Questions)
High intensity care refers to a level of medical care that is more intensive than standard hospital or nursing home care, and is typically reserved for individuals with complex medical needs.
People who require high intensity care often have severe or chronic medical conditions, such as cancer, heart disease, or neurological disorders.
High intensity care can be provided in a variety of settings, including hospitals, specialised clinics, and long-term care facilities.
High intensity care may include advanced diagnostic tests, complex treatment plans, 24/7 monitoring by medical professionals, and specialised equipment such as ventilators or dialysis machines.
The cost of high intensity care varies depending on the specific services required and the location where they are provided. In many cases, insurance will cover some or all of the costs associated with high intensity care.
Getting the support you need is as easy as following three simple steps.
3 SIMPLE STEPS
"We invite you to contact us today to discuss the support you need for everyday living."
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