Registered Nursing Services

More Opportunities provides Registered Nursing services for NDIS participants. This exciting new service is a new stage for the More Opportunities team to provide this service to all participants in need of nursing support in Hobart - Tasmania. To help you decide what services you need, a registered nurse can carry out a full health assessment. Once you have been assessed they will develop a care plan for you in conjunction with you and your family.

General nursing services can include a whole range of supports. Nurses will work closely with your doctor and assist with the coordination of any scheduled medical and other allied health professionals appointments. And remember that with this service we can draft supporting letters to NDIS on behalf of the participant for the integration of nursing hours into their NDIS plan.

Your nurse can advise and support:

  • Complex Bowel Care
  • Diabetes Management
  • Enteral feeding and management
  • Pressure Care and Wound Management
  • Seizure Management
  • Stoma Care
  • Subcutaneous Injection
  • Tracheostomy Care and Management
  • Urinary Catheter Management
  • Ventilation Management
  • Mealtime preparation and Delivery

Advice and Education

Nurses can also provide advice and education on appropriate safety equipment for the home and refer you to an occupational therapist for specialist equipment, if required. In some cases, they may provide information, including lifestyle planning and nutritional advice/support to you and your carers.

These are just some examples of the medical support a trained nurse is able to deliver. There are many more services you can access under your NDIS plan, depending on your individual needs and circumstances.

Male and Female Nurses available

We currently have both male and female nurses available for clinical outreach within the greater Hobart community based out of our Moonah office.

If your participants are requiring nursing services, please feel free to contact one of our engagement team members on 1800 329 036 or

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