In-home nursing care to help manage and support your health care needs

Receiving regular nursing care in the comfort of your own home is not only better for your peace of mind, but it can support a faster recovery.  

Our qualified nursing team are here to care for you at home after an injury or surgery, or to visit on an ongoing basis. We understand everyone’s health needs are different and our registered nurses work with you to develop a personalised care plan that meets your situation.   

We can support you to monitor and manage different health conditions like diabetes, incontinence, and respiratory diseases, and provide treatments like wound care.

Our team work together with health care providers like your General Practitioner (GP) to deliver the care you need.

Who can access our services?

Our nursing care services are suitable for people who may need a little support with everyday tasks due to age, impaired mobility and illness. 

Fees and pricing

If you or your loved one is aged 65 years and over, or are an Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander over 50 years, you may be eligible for government funding for aged care services through the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) or through a Home Care Package. Services can also be self-funded for any person of any age.  

As a Silverchain client, you will need to pay a contribution fee for our services based on the funding you receive. These fees help us to deliver more services to more people in Western Australia.

How to get started

To find out more please call and speak to a member of our care team today on 1300 320 611, or complete the form below. Alternatively, you can email us at

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About Silverchain

130 years 

Founded in 1884, we have a proud history of providing expert care and support to generations of Australians.


We deliver our services to more than 115,000 Australians annually.


Each year we provide more than 2.9 million sessions of care.


We employ more than 4,500 people, including clinical teams, care professionals, allied health experts, and a dedicated research and innovation division.