Colbrow Homecare

Home and Community Care

Suite 2, Level 1, 852 Canterbury Road
Box Hill Victoria, 3128 View map

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The in-home nursing and care services offered by Colbrow Homecare gives people the option of remaining in the comfort of their home as they age or recover from surgery or hospitalisation.

Home Care Package Level 1 Home Care Package Level 2 Home Care Packages Level 3 Home Care Package Level 4 Private in home care Day Therapy Respite Home and Community Care Commonwealth Home Support Programme NDIS services

Freedom, familiarity and independence are of the upmost importance at Colbrow. Personalised services allow the person a healing process of their own choosing... and a life they want to live.

Care is available as little or regularly as required, from one hour respite to 24-hour home nursing care. Comprehensive in-home consultations are conducted for each new client – because everyone is different. This helps to identify specific care needs in order to tailor a suitable homecare plan for each individual.

Expert services are available in the following areas:

  • Palliative Care/ Cancer Care
  • Aged Care at Home, including specialist nurses in continence management and wound care
  • Companionship
  • Post Operative Care
  • Support for new mothers, including Sleep Talk for Children® and Hypno-birthing
  • Disability Support Services
  • Respite for Carers
  • Personal Care
  • Help around the Home

The calibre of care at Colbrow is nothing short of exceptional. The family values fostered by the organisation are translated in the work carried out by all the staff as they care for you in your home.

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How an In-Home Carer Can Help You

on Thursday, March 2, 2017

Have you noticed that your loved one is not coping by themselves as well as they used to? Perhaps you have been thinking that they need some extra help at home not only for their own safety, but for your own peace of mind too?

In-Home Care Services with Colbrow Homecare

on Friday, December 9, 2016

As we get older, it may become increasingly difficult for us to get through the tasks of daily life without some assistance.  You might find it is just that little bit more challenging to get into the shower or to go shopping or to prepare your meals.  You might notice that a loved one can’t quite keep up with the daily demands of life; or that their health has deteriorated because they aren’t looking after themselves properly.  If you or your loved one do not want to move into an aged care home, private in-home care may be the answer.

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