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About Us

The Home Care Experts team has decades of experience working in the healthcare and disability sectors. We are highly trained professionals and bring that experience to our work. We are committed to providing the best quality of care possible, tailor-made to suit your needs and preferences.

At Home Care Experts we understand that every person is different so the type of support they need will be different. Choice and Contro of the participants -  the prime principle behind the NDIS is something we always uphold. Your support will be tailored around your prefereces. 

What makes us different

  • We have a team of over 200 workers that we trust and work closely with
  • We have dedicated client liason officers
  • We have a really well rounded and expert team with deep expertise in all areas 
  • We have a very well connected team, working closely with hospitals and high intensity care
  • Our business has been founded by experienced nurses, so we are experts in high care need clients (we can provide free drop in nursing support)
  • We have cert 4 qualified mental health workers, and we run in house training in crisis prevention, plus we do comprehensive training every six months which is mandatory for all staff

Our Services 

Assistance With Daily Living - We understand that maintaining independence is an important part of life. That’s why we offer in-home supports across Melbourne, to help people with disability perform daily activities and achieve their goals. Daily living assistance supports provided are flexible and personalised to your own needs. Our friendly, experienced and highly-trained staff are ready to provide support that includes:

  • help with daily, personal activities such as showering, dressing and getting reading for the day
  • mobility and toileting support
  • meal preparation and cooking
  • domestic chores (e.g. laundry, cleaning, gardening, shopping, etc.)
  • maintaining health and fitness
  • assistance with medications
  • help with getting to appointments
  • companion care
  • running errands and general tasks

Supported Independent Living (SIL)

Supported Independent Living (SIL) services are designed to empower people with a disability to live more independently. SIL support is suitable for those who have high support needs and wish to retain their independence as much as possible. SIL can be provided to people who would like to live in their family home or with a group of people in a shared home setting.

Types of support services you can access under SIL include:

  • help with daily activities

  • help with personal care

  • domestic support such as cleaning, laundry or cooking

  • support for medical appointments

  • travel assistance

  • social support

  • skills development

Our experienced team can work with you to develop a personalised SIL Roster of Care, that will meet all your needs and help you achieve your goals. 

Community Participation - Our qualified and competent support workers will support you with your appointments and community engagements ensuring your safety and wellbeing.

Hospital to Home Discharge Program - Staying in hospital can be a challenging time. Even more challenging is managing your recovery once you are discharged from hospital. That’s why we are proud to offer our Hospital to Home Discharge Program. We can transiton you to one of our houses until your NDIS plan is in place.

Having the proper care and support and caregivers with the right knowledge, skills and matchingy your other preferences can make a big difference to how well you recover after your hospital stay. Whether you need short-term clinical support such as wound or pain management or help with domestic chores such as grocery shopping and cooking, we’re here for you. Recovering from an illness or injury is not always easy, which is why we take your needs and preferences into account when planning your support and finding the right support worker for you.

Individualised Living Options (ILO) - Many people with a disability may need support to live independently and to interact with their community. But they don’t all want to live in a group home with other people. Individualised Living Options (ILO) puts you in control of your living situation by giving you a choice in how you want to live.

  • Co-residency — You may have a housemate (or housemates) who provides you with care living in your home. 

This care could be on a full-time or part-time basis.

  • Host arrangement — Another person, couple or family ‘hosts’ you in their own home and provides some support.

The host also receives funding from the NDIS Plan to provide this support.

  • Living Alone — You live on your own and receive the support you need.

  • Living Together — You live with someone else you already know.

 This arrangement is similar to how housemates usually find each other and decide to live together.

Life Skills Development - Our extensive experience in the disability sector means we are highly skilled in delivering capacity-building services. We provide reliable, flexible and meaningful support to suit individual needs and goals. We can help you develop a wide range of important life skills including:

  • meal planning and preparation

  • taking care of your health and wellbeing

  • traveling, including road safety and using public transport

  • developing social networks and friendships

  • maintaining your accommodation

  • budgeting and managing finance

  • literacy and numeracy

  • liaising with government departments

  • paying bills

Nursing & Complex Care - Our in-home complex care and nursing services for NDIS participants are tailored to meet the unique needs of our clients. All care is of the highest standard and provided by a registered nurse with experience in the disability sector. We can provide expert care for a full range of services and treatments, including the most complex cases. Some of our services include:

  • complex wound management and care

  • medications — oral/injections/infusions

  • urinary catheter management

  • pain management

  • complex bowel management

  • tracheostomy management

  • parenteral feed management

  • stoma management

  • diabetes management

  • dementia and Alzheimer’s care

  • palliative care

  • ventilator management

  • seizure management

  • support with continence needs


Short-term accommodation — This option will help you learn new skills so that one day you can live more independently. For children, the focus is on social development and having fun. It’s also suitable for giving families and carers a short break from their caring responsibilities (respite).
Medium-term accommodation — This type of accommodation suits longer-term plans of up to 90 days. It can be used while you wait for home modifications or other disability supports, or if you have been recently discharged from hospital. Medium-term accommodation will allow you to build your daily routine, make friends and develop lifestyle skills within a safe and secure environment.

We can also help you find a private rental if required and can work with you to look for more permanent housing solutions.

Of course, you don’t have to do this on your own. Our friendly, dedicated staff are committed to helping you find the accommodation that is right for you and will work closely with you to do so.

SIL / Respite /STA /MTA Vaccancies

26 Forest Drive, Clyde North 3798
2 Vacancies for SIL/STA/MTA/ILO and Hospital Transition support

123 Selandra Rise, Clyde North 3978
3 Vacancies for SIL/STA/MTA

10 Dixon Street, Wangaratta 3677
2 Vacancies for SIL/STA/MTA/ILO and Hospital Transition support

We service across Greater Melbourne Region and Hume Region - Victoria 

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  • Support Worker
  • Nursing
  • ILO
  • Respite/Short Term Accommodation

Additional Information

Gender of attendants
Gender of Attendants: 
Non Binary
Complex Needs Supported
24hr Care
2:1 Support
Behaviours of concern
Colostomy bag
Medical administration
PEG feeding
Registered nurse
Trachea care
Wound care
Delivery Options
  • Mobile
Payment Types
Service Locations

Clyde North 3978

Heidelberg 3084

Essendon 3040

Thomastown 3074

Eltham 3095

Glen Waverley 3150

Springvale 3171

Croydon 3136

Sunshine 3020

Laverton 3028

Footscray 3011

Taylors Hill 3037

Clyde North 3978

Dandenong 3175

Cranbourne 3977

Frankston 3199
Ages Supported
Early Childhood (0-7 years)
Children (7-17 years)
Young People (18-21 years)
Adults (22-59 years)
Mature Age (60+ years)
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