Providing Home Nursing & Home Care Services - North Sydney, North Shore, Northern Beaches, Central Sydney, Western Suburbs, and South West Sydney.

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.

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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.

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

Asking a Care Worker Questions

Questions you should ask a Home Care Provider…

It becomes all too clear when the time is right to engage the services of a home care provider to look after a loved one. Perhaps they need help with household chores, doing the weekly shopping or possibly they need a higher level of nursing care? What questions should you ask a home care provider when considering in-home care for a loved one?

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How to communicate effectively with a person with dementia

Caring for a loved one with dementia can be very challenging, as their past ability to communicate and understand can be affected. The inability to understand or be understood is extremely frustrating, leaving the person feeling angry, inadequate and isolated. What can you do when faced with this situation?

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Caring for the Carer

Caring for a person with dementia can be incredibly tough – both mentally and physically. And while many Baby Boomers now find themselves in the "Sandwich Generation" caring for their elderly parents, while they probably have responsibilities caring for their grandchildren as well.

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What are the 10 early signs of dementia?

Most people with dementia are older, but it is important to remember that not all older people get dementia. It is not a normal part of ageing. Dementia can happen to anybody, but it is more common after the age of 65 years. What are the 10 early signs of dementia?

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