What Pay-by-the-hour, In-Home Care Services for the elderly, do you offer?

Elderly Care

Live-In-Care  can provide the services below for high care clients, but on a flat-fee basis. 

24 Hour Care
 can also provided the services below on an hourly basis and is idea for those who have very high Care needs.

Those offering Care on this site will have the types of services they offer on their profiles.

This is not an exact list of duties each qualification is able to supply, so we suggest you seek medical advice to the level of Care you need and then check individuals profiles for the type of Care you need.

Elderly Care In Home Care- meal preparation- assisted showering- personal care- aged care- in home nursing care

Registered Nurses

This is the highest level of nurse. This nurse will have at least three years training and will be registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. A Registered Nurse will normally be needed when there is a high level of clinical Care required. Some indications of this would be:

  • A catheter that may need irrigating
  • Administer medications
  • Assistance with a colostomy bag
  • Changes of sterile dressings
  • Clinical observations
  • Creating Care Plans
  • Daily injections
  • Diabetic Care
  • Geriatric Assessment
  • Pain Management
  • Radiation/Chemotherapy
  • Requirement for oxygen at home
  • Tracheotomy that requires suctioning
  • Palliative Care
  • Pre & Post-surgical Care
  • Rehabilitation Therapy
  • Rehabilitation Therapy

Enrolled Nurses

This type of nurse is also registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. They will have completed a one year course. Enrolled nurses can perform the following duties: 

  • Basic medication administration
  • Bowel Care
  • Clinical Observations
  • Dementia Care
  • Incontinence Care
  • Intermittent oxygen administration
  • Pressure Area Care
  • Some Palliative Care
  • Some Rehabilitation Therapy
  • Some Pre & Post-surgical Care


  • Art Therapy - Use of music to enrich clients mental and physical wellbeing
  • Assisting with mobility
  • Assisting with, or making delicious home cooked meals and snacks
  • Assisting with incontinence Care
  • Companionship
  • Daily living activities such as showering and dressing
  • Dementia Care
  • Drive to appointments
  • Drive to social outings or to see friends and family
  • Gardening- help clients enjoy indoor or outdoor activities
  • Grooming
  • Help clients in and out of bed
  • Help clients to the bathroom
  • Hospital to home Care
  • Light house chores such as vacuuming and dusting
  • Medication reminders
  • Music Therapy – E.G. Use of music to enrich clients mental and physical wellbeing
  • Prepare, accompany and transport clients to family and social events
  • Reminiscent Therapy- E.G. Tapping into happy memories to enrich clients mental and physical wellbeing.
  • Reports can be provided should the person organising the Care desire it. The types of reports provided.
    • All activities undertaken
    • All medication taken by client, including times & dosage.
    • Record any changes in behaviour, health or mood.
    • Photos provided
    • Respite care can be provided:
      • at any time during the day or evening
      • overnight
      • weekdays
      • weekends
      • public holidays
      • or while you go on a holiday
    • Shopping for or with the client
    • Some Incontinence Care
    • Some Palliative Care - maximize quality of life by …
      • relieve pain (non-medical)
      • provide comfort to client and family members
      • provide emotional support to client and family members
      • reduce stress on family members and friends
      • create a calm and peaceful environment


Settling elderly senior having trouble sleeping Night Shift when Caregiver stays up all night because Elder needs constant Care
Overnight Care when the client gets up reguslarly through the night In Home Care Services for the Elderly
Overnight Care when Caregiver sleeps but gets up it client needs help with toileting or settling back to sleep

Some people living with dementia have a condition call Sundowning. Sundowning is a symptom of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. It’s also known as “late-day confusion.” If someone you care for has dementia, their confusion and agitation may get worse in the late afternoon and evening. In comparison, their symptoms may be less pronounced earlier in the day.

Your loved one is most likely to experience sundowning if they have mid-stage to advanced dementia. Each person has different triggers for sundowning. To help identify your loved one’s triggers, use a journal or smartphone app to track their daily activities, environments, and behaviours. Look for patterns to learn which activities or environments seem to make their symptoms worse. Once you know their triggers, it will be easier to avoid situations that promote agitation and confusion.

Sundowning or medical supervision may be a reason you require extra help through the night.

Overnight shift

An Overnight Shift is when a Caregiver stays either in the room of the person who needs Care or very close by. They stay awake through the night to either monitor the person's medical equipment or for some other type of Care.

Sleep Over

During a sleep over, the Caregiver may also sleep, only waking (it may be several times) to re-settle the client or take them to the toilet.  The Caregiver will need their own room for this type of Care.

Get the rest you need while a Caregiver looks after your loved one at night.

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