Welcome to Clinical Care Consultant and Nursing Services
StGiles can help with your nursing needs
The Clinical Care Consultant at StGiles can provide a range of nursing services to children and adults of all ages that live with a disability.
Nursing services aim to maintain or improve the health and wellbeing of clients by using a person-centered approach in the development, implementation and facilitation of care plans.
These can include but are not limited to:
- gastrostomy management,
- seizure management, and
- continence management plans for clients with complex care needs.
Associated training and credentialing of staff to provide invasive or complex care to highly complex clients is necessary to safely, efficiently and effectively support clients.
First Aid & CPR Course
We offer a 2 day beginner course through to the yearly refresher courses. These include Asthma and anaphylaxis.
On successful completion of either or the below courses the attendee will be issue a National Reconised Statement of obtainment.
HLTAID001 Provide CPR
HLTAID003 Provide First Aid
Home or Community
StGiles has a diverse range of home or community based nursing care and can be arranged either short-term or on an ongoing basis- this may include complex administration of medication, wound management or catheter care.
This course updates according to the DHHS Guidelines for the Administration of Medication for People with Disabilities Receiving Community Based Disability Services for staff that have already completed CHCCS305C.
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It has impressed me greatly to know that your focus on early childhood intervention through allied health therapies is second to none in Tasmania, enabling children with severe disabilities to live within the family home, attend school and so become genuinely well equipped to move into the adult world.
Patron, Friends of St Giles
The doctors said I would be a vegetable (I was six months old).
But mum said no, I am not happy with that, and we got a referral to St Giles.
They started therapy…essentially telling my brain to create new pathways for the messages to get through. I was late in reaching my developmental milestones, but I still achieved them. I made a full recovery.
37, mother of four