Oxley Home Care (Est. 2006) is family owned and operated, and provides high quality in-home aged services to client throughout the Sydney metropolitan area.

We also specialise in nursing and dementia care and are an Approved Government Provider for Home Care Packages, DVA Community Nursing and Veterans Home Care.

Oxley Home Care provides the elderly with the support services they need to live a quality life in the comfort in their own home. Oxley Home Care does this by encouraging independent living through personal and social connections with the community.

We provide an individual and person centred approach to care services, working with our clients to set realistic and achievable goals that meet their unique needs.

Providing you with  the best care possible.

Our teams of carefully selected, fully qualified and experienced care workers are here to help you and your loved ones. Our Care Coordinators will reply promptly to your enquiry and will help you to organise a free home visit, modify a care plan or provide you with assistance as required.

Who we care for

Oxley Home Care deliver a range of quality in-home care services to a variety of clients. The core category of services we deliver include:
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    Private Clients

    Including Self-funded retirees who want some in-home support to stay living in their own home

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    Home Care Packages

    For clients who have been assessed by My Aged Care and ACAT for a Home Care Package and are eligible for Government subsidised care

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    Veteran Clients

    Domestic support, low level personal care and respite, and Community Nursing care for Veterans and their widows/widowers

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    Nursing and Allied Health

    Support for clients who may need to access additional support on a temporary or long term basis to supplement other care needs or support requirements

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    DVA Community Nursing

    Oxley Home Care are currently contracted by the Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) to provide DVA Community Nursing Services to clients living in Sydney Metropolitan area

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    Brokerage Partnerships

    Support requests from Government agencies or other businesses who request support from Oxley Home Care’s Care Workers based on skills, availability and geographical location

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Latest news

The latest news from Oxley Home Care on issues affecting you and your loved ones...

Pill for Alzheimer's Disease

Drug trial successful in combatting Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer's Disease patients in Australia have been given a remarkable drug in a world first trial at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. The trial of drug Anavex 2-73 has already had some success with patients’ personalities restored, skills they had not been able to use for years returned and many of the memories that had been locked away, now remembered.

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Lifelong learning keeps you young…

Being tech savvy, or even just tech aware can open up many new avenues for many people. Computers, tablets and smart phones have helped make day to day errands, such as paying a bill or doing your banking so much easier. There are many not-for-profit classes and groups on Sydney's Northern Beaches that teach the essential skills for computers, tablets and smart phones.

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How to make 2017 a great one for those living with dementia

Making a New Year’s resolution to eat better, exercise, watch your weight, see your healthcare provider regularly, or quit smoking once and for all, can help you get healthier and feel better for many more years to come. For those living with dementia or caring for someone with dementia, this list of 12 ideas may help make 2017 a great one.

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Elder Abuse - Power of Attorney

Action taken to prevent elder abuse in Australia…

The most common form of elder abuse in Australia is financial and the perpetrators are likely to be related to the victim. As a result, the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) has proposed a national register of enduring powers of attorney should be established to prevent greedy adult children from using the document as a “license to steal” from their elderly parents.

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