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Community Nursing Disability Care Services

Millennium Disability Care provide in home nursing disability care services, allowing us to bring the medical services to you. 

Nurses in community health work with people from many different cultural backgrounds, often with disadvantaged and marginalised people. In partnership with their local communities, nurses in community health work to prevent illness and promote health across the lifespan by identifying barriers to healthy lifestyles and general wellness. Millennium Disability Care work with families and communities to empower individuals accessing care to change unhealthy lifestyles and provide post-acute care to people in their homes.

Millennium Disability Care Nurses have strong communication skills, can work autonomously and as part of a team, maintains patience and discretion when providing health care, and is open to working both in a clinical setting and off-site, such as conducting home visits.

Our Nurses in community health provide an interpretative bridge between the acute sector and community services. They embrace a social model of health to advocate and give a voice to the community accessing care. In a system which is often complex and hard to navigate, nurses in community health are able to simplify the health systems, referral pathways and access to care.

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Millennium Disability Care pays respect and acknowledgement to the Traditional Owners of the land upon on which we work and walk, to Elders past, present and emerging, and to the children who are so important to our future and vision for this country.

Our vision for reconciliation

MDC vision is of a society that respects and values Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the First Peoples of this nation, and is strengthened by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and identities.
We envisage a just and equitable Victoria, where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have the same opportunities and quality of life as other Australians, and contribute their skills and knowledge to strengthen the community.
We recognise the dispossession, colonisation and marginalisation that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have experienced and continue to experience, and the ongoing effects and barriers to opportunity this creates.
We wish to find ways to address and make some amends for this. We further seek to recognise, learn from, celebrate and help promote the strength, diversity and resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories, and promote its potential to strengthen our society overall.
We believe the full potential of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities can best be realised through empowered Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities making decisions about their own futures, helping determine all policy that affects them and delivering a range of programs and services to communities. We commit to working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to help build self-determining and empowered communities.

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