Ozcare has been caring for people with disability and health conditions for more than 20 years with nursing, home care, allied health, community support, and respite services.
We focus on your abilities and strengths to help you complete everyday activities, maintain or increase your independence, and achieve your goals.
We do this by getting to know you, and the people closest to you, to develop a personalised care plan that takes into account your particular preferences and needs. You’ll be involved in every aspect of your care, as much as you want to be.
Ozcare is a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider, and we also provide Queensland Community Care Services (QCCS).
Why choose Ozcare?
20 years of experience, regular carers who you know, an extensive range of services, and personalised care. These are just some of the reasons 15,000 Queenslanders are with Ozcare. If you’re looking for a provider you can trust, who can offer you a single point of contact to manage your services, help with your concerns, and ensure you’re getting the right supports, call us now on 1800 Ozcare (1800 692 273).
All our carers and health staff have extensive experience caring for people with disability, people with health conditions, people with a mental illness, and people living with dementia.
Flexibility for changing needs
Our diverse range of services enables us to adjust your care plan as your needs change. We provide care, nursing, and allied health services (such as physiotherapy), and have locations throughout Queensland. Whatever your situation, we can offer you the support you need.
If you are aged under 65 years (or under 50 years for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders) and have a permanent and significant disability, you may be eligible for NDIS services.
The NDIS provides support for people with disability to achieve their goals, participate in their community, and be part of the workforce.
We provide an extensive range of supports, either through direct services or by partnering with other providers. By doing this, we can be a single point of contact for you.
If you aren’t eligible for NDIS, you may still be able to access our disability & health services through Queensland Community Care Services (QCCS) funding.
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If you are aged under 65 years (or under 50 years for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders), and have a disability or other condition that restricts your ability to carry out everyday activities, you may be eligible for Queensland Community Care Services (QCCS).
This can include people with:
These services are designed to help you with everyday activities such as showering, dressing, cleaning, meal preparation, and moving around your community.
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