Specialist in Nursing & Care

Specialist in Nursing & Care

Specialist in Nursing and Care

All OLC homes have 24/7 register nurses along with other care staff on duty. With their extensive knowledge and experience, they provide skilled assessments, administer medications, manage complex health conditions and make referrals to appropriate health professionals.
Our attentive care staff are here to assist you with personal care such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and mobility support. They are trained to respect older people’s privacy, dignity, and preferences, ensuring a sense of independence and empowerment.

Other Health Professional Services:

  • General Practitioner
  • Geriatricians
  • Clinical Nurse Consultant
  • Allied Health including:
    • Physiotherapist
    • Dietician
    • Speech Pathologist
    • Podiatrist
    • Optometrist

OLC Care's Position Statement on Voluntary Assisted Dying

Voluntary Assisted Dying legislation has come into effect in Victoria, Tasmania, Queensland, South Australia and New South Wales (28th November 2023).
OLC Care does not support Voluntary Assisted Dying, nor do we recognise these interventions as medical treatments.
  • OLC Care does not facilitate or participate in assessments undertaken for the purpose of accessing or making use of the interventions allowed under Voluntary Assisted Dying legislation, nor does Calvary administer (or facilitate the administration of) a substance for the same purpose.
  • As a result, OLC Care cannot provide these services to residents or clients.
OLC Care does respond openly, sensitively and respectfully (that is, without discrimination) to anyone within our care who expresses a wish to explore or consider Voluntary Assisted Dying.
  • We actively listen to and accompany any person who wishes to talk about the end of their life.
  • We do not abandon people when they most need to talk or when they most need care.
  • We do not impede people from accessing Voluntary Assisted Dying nor do we deny medical care and treatment to any person who chooses Voluntary Assisted Dying.
NSW Health does have a website about VAD and hotline. To discuss voluntary assisted dying or be connected with a doctor who can support you through the process, call the free NSW Voluntary Assisted Dying Care Navigator Service on 1300 802 133 Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm (excluding public holidays) or email [email protected]

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