Central Coast Palliative Care Service - Northern Sydney Central Coast Health
Palliative Care is the total care in conjunction with their GP of those patients for whom medical cure of their disease is no longer possible. We provide consultative specialist medical and nursing services in the home, hospital or nursing home. Bereavement support and specialist counselling services are also provided as are volunteer services across the area.
Rear of Long Jetty Community Health Care Centre
64 Wyong Rd
Suburb: KILLARNEY VALE
(02) 4336 7777
Community nurses assess client needs, provide nursing care, liaise/refer to other health skilled services and advise on services/resources available. Community nurses offer education on diabetes and resources. Referrals followed up within 24 hours or as arranged with client.Visit supplier >
my mum has a few disabilitys she is in hospital now as she had a fall she 74 years I have been caring for her for 5 years and I found I cant help her now as I have done my shoulder in but she is still able to stay in her home I need to find another carer as it is going to be a long recovery for me helpVisit member >
I am a facilitator with Northern Victoria Farmer Relief. I have been working at this as a volunteer since May 2016.
I have a prickly case of a family from NZ not eligible for any benefits through Centrelink or the Govt Farm Household Allowance.
Husband has broken his back, wife became unemployed on the same day.
We can get them food and some relief on school costs and fodder but looking to find info on where I can send them for some help for the next 3 months with general bills? With the crisis in the dairy industry at the moment they are producing milk at a higher cost than what they are getting for it (as are hundreds of other dairy farmers). They have a good, established farm, want to stay in Australia and want to keep dairy farming. All they need is some help to get through this stage until the husband gets back on his feet.
Our local St Vinnies are not taking on any more clients as they have spent $50000 helping locals already.