Community Nursing:

These days, many disabled people choose to live in their own homes. This means they require more support services in their daily living. As a registered NDIS service provider, A-One Homecare can offer you nursing care in home and conduct need assessments. At the moment, our services are available in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, namely Broadmeadows,  Lalor, Epping, Bundoora, Reservoir areas.

Self Assisatance  and Self Care with daily living:

Our home care services can provide experienced staff to help to co-ordinate your personal care and everyday living tasks. One of our disability support workers can come  to your home to  assist you with everyday activities that maintain your well being and healthy lifestyle. This may involve your personal care tasks  such as showering, shaving, dressing, and toilet help  and getting you ready for school or school work. Our support workers can give you assistance with meal preparation or cleaning the house to help you keep a healthy life style.

AOne homecare focus is all about improving your independence. A-One Home care provides both personal care activities based on low and high need requirements.

Positive Behavioural support: 

Being skilled in the development of behaviour plans,  A-One Home care can deliver strategies that outlines guidelines. These guidelines can help reduce behaviours of concerns for all involved, both family and client.

Development of Life Skills: 

A-One Home care will provide experienced staff to engage and encourage clients in the development of their daily life skills. Our support workers are trained to help you develop and build your social and personal care skills, by focusing on areas that meet your individual needs, taking you to schools, by attending appointments, keeping in contact with family and friends, helping payment of living expenses and mentoring of clients.

Group Centre Activities. 

A-One home care can provide experienced staff to work within group centres, creating Craft clubs, Facilitating dances, Evening Outings, learning a new sport such as ten pin bowling and fitness and health. Assistance with Social and Community Participation Support. This involves you going out into the community to participate in your preferred social or recreational activities, 

Community Participation: 

A-One home care can provide client participation within the community. A-One home care can tailor the needs of the individual to suit participation in sport or social activities. This can be achieved by a weekly game of ten pin bowling or a day out personal shopping.



Core Budget –

  • Consumables like continence aids
  • Daily activities  -self care

Capacity Building Budget –

  • Choice and control
  • Health and wellbeing

Capital Support Budget-

  • Assistive techology equipment – laptop, PC

Home Modification

  • Rails, ramps, bathrooms


  • Takes the worry of record keeping and paperwork out of self-managed plan participants.
  • No upfront costs
  • Have complete control of your funds
  • No separate bank account reuired.
  • On your behalf, financial tracking, billing issues and questions are resolved.
Sam relies on his walking frame for his mobility even indoors.
elderly and disabled lady taken out by her carer
Claire with down syndrome is a happy child.
Darren disabled from birth enjoys the company of dad and mum
Brad is 32 years old and has cerebral palsy from birth.
This young girl has cerebral palsy from birth