Domiciliary Care services
Royal District Nursing Services South Australia (RDNS SA) is proud to be the new provider of all Domiciliary Care services.
Domiciliary Care services transitioned to RDNS SA on 30 June 2018. If you have been a Domiciliary Care client, please be assured that the services you need and rely on will continue with RDNS SA and it is likely that they will be delivered by many of the same carers that you see now.
Our top priority is providing you with safe, high quality health and home care that will meet your needs, now and into the future.
Why Domiciliary Care services moved to RDNS SA
In 2017, the South Australian Government decided to transfer the management of Domiciliary Care services to a non-government provider. RDNS SA were chosen as the future provider of Domiciliary Care services.
The State Government made this decision in response to national changes to the Aged Care Sector, and changes to funding arrangements.
Why RDNS SA was selected
We were selected because we:
- have the experience and capability to manage and deliver the same services and support you rely on, well into the future
- have a great reputation for providing high quality in-home health and support services
- offer a greater range of services and programs, which means that as your needs change, we can change with them. If they need additional support, we can help them access the care they need.
Our trusted network of skilled health care specialists and dedicated home support staff can provide all the care you need to stay healthy, safe and active in your home and community for as long as you choose.
We work closely with you, your family and your other health care providers to make sure you are safe, comfortable and connected to the services you need, now and as your needs change.
If you are a Domiciliary Care client or carer, you can discuss services or make changes to service arrangements on 1300 295 673.
You can also contact RDNS SA for help or details on any of our services:
RDNS SA is part of the Silver Chain Group which also includes Silver Chain in Western Australia, Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales.