Community Nursing Care is provided to participants who have complex individual support needs that are best met by someone who has medical training and experience to meet the Participant’s complex health needs. 

This service is considered when specific individual support needs include:

  • Minimal communication;
  • Behaviour support needs; and/or
  • Medical needs/procedures such as ventilation or home enteral nutrition.

ADSA is a Registered NDIS Provider for Community Nursing Care. We are registered to deliver:

  • Complex Bowel Care
  • Enteral (Naso-Gastric Tube – Jejunum or Duodenum) Feeding and Management
  • Tracheostomy Management
  • Urinary Catheter Management (In-dwelling Urinary Catheter, In-out Catheter, Suprapubic Catheter)
  • Subcutaneous Injections
  • Complex Wound Management
  • Day-to-day management of medications



registered nurse is a person who has completed the prescribed education preparation, demonstrates competence to practice, and is registered under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law as a registered nurse in Australia.

FEE SCHEDULE 21-22 (pdf)