Take the complication out of managing and taking medications at home with the help and support of our caring expert team.

Medication management in Victoria

We are challenging and advocating for an integrated care approach for all Australians in the health, community and aged care sectors. Whether at home or facilities based, we work to provide access to quality in-home care.

In partnership with APTO Group, we are now providing Home Care services in parts of Victoria, and under your funded package, you might be eligible for medication management help. Call us today to find out more on (03) 9725 3219.

We have compiled a list of considerations that we believe are important for you when seeking care. We hope this helps you on your care journey and as we grow and expand, so will our ability to provide more choice for quality home-based care in your area.

Considering Medication Management

Getting used to a new medication or medication routine can be daunting and come with emotional and physical side effects to deal with. Your care team should be on hand to provide you with appropriate guidance to ensure that you remain confident and in control of your medication management with complete in home support.

You may receive support at home to help you:

  • Learn more about the medication you are starting
  • Take your medication properly
  • Understand how to monitor your symptoms and what to report back to your GP.

You should be able to ask your nurse for help to answer any questions you or your family may have about your medication for peace of mind that you’re managing it in the right way.

Medication education

Your care team should provide you with useful information about the medication you're taking and its proper use. You may receive help to manage taking your medication at the right time and in the correct manner, giving you a routine and confidence that you're using it safely.

Monitoring symptoms

Your care team should work with you to monitor the use of your medication and communicate with your treating medical professional or pharmacist if you experience any adverse symptoms or concerns.

If you are seeking care and/or support, or need to access this service, you can contact your GP, or our experienced health and care navigators are here to assist you.

Get in touch

If you would like to know more talk to your local GP, contact My Aged Care to find out what is available in your area, or contact our experienced team who are here to help.

Medication management in New South Wales

We are challenging and advocating for an integrated care approach for all Australians in the health, community and aged care sectors. Whether at home or facilities based, we work to provide access to quality in-home care.

While we don't currently provide Medication Management services in your area, we are committed to ensuring that people have access to the right information regarding their Medication Management options where and when they need it.  

We have compiled a list of considerations that we believe are important for you when seeking care. We hope this helps you on your care journey and as we grow and expand, so will our ability to provide more choice for quality home-based care in your area.

Considering Medication Management

Getting used to a new medication or medication routine can be daunting and come with emotional and physical side effects to deal with. Your care team should be on hand to provide you with appropriate guidance to ensure that you remain confident and in control of your medication management with complete in home support.

You may receive support at home to help you:

  • Learn more about the medication you are starting
  • Take your medication properly
  • Understand how to monitor your symptoms and what to report back to your GP.

You should be able to ask your nurse for help to answer any questions you or your family may have about your medication for peace of mind that you’re managing it in the right way.

Medication education

Your care team should provide you with useful information about the medication you're taking and its proper use. You may receive help to manage taking your medication at the right time and in the correct manner, giving you a routine and confidence that you're using it safely.

Monitoring symptoms

Your care team should work with you to monitor the use of your medication and communicate with your treating medical professional or pharmacist if you experience any adverse symptoms or concerns.

If you are seeking care and/or support, or need to access this service, you can contact your GP, or our experienced health and care navigators are here to assist you on 1300 761 577.

Get in touch

If you would like to know more talk to your local GP, contact My Aged Care to find out what is available in your area, or contact our experienced team who are here to help.

Medication management in Queensland

We are challenging and advocating for an integrated care approach for all Australians in the health, community and aged care sectors. Whether at home or facilities based, we work to provide access to quality in-home care.

While we don't currently provide Medication Management services in your area, we are committed to ensuring that people have access to the right information regarding their Medication Management options where and when they need it.  

We have compiled a list of considerations that we believe are important for you when seeking care. We hope this helps you on your care journey and as we grow and expand, so will our ability to provide more choice for quality home-based care in your area.

Considering Medication Management

Getting used to a new medication or medication routine can be daunting and come with emotional and physical side effects to deal with. Your care team should be on hand to provide you with appropriate guidance to ensure that you remain confident and in control of your medication management with complete in home support.

You may receive support at home to help you:

  • Learn more about the medication you are starting
  • Take your medication properly
  • Understand how to monitor your symptoms and what to report back to your GP.

You should be able to ask your nurse for help to answer any questions you or your family may have about your medication for peace of mind that you’re managing it in the right way.

Medication education

Your care team should provide you with useful information about the medication you're taking and its proper use. You may receive help to manage taking your medication at the right time and in the correct manner, giving you a routine and confidence that you're using it safely.

Monitoring symptoms

Your care team should work with you to monitor the use of your medication and communicate with your treating medical professional or pharmacist if you experience any adverse symptoms or concerns.

If you are seeking care and/or support, or need to access this service, you can contact your GP, or our experienced health and care navigators are here to assist you on 1300 761 577.

Get in touch

If you would like to know more talk to your local GP, contact My Aged Care to find out what is available in your area, or contact our experienced team who are here to help.

Medication management in South Australia

Getting used to a new medication or medication routine can be daunting and come with emotional and physical side effects to deal with. Our expert team can be on hand to provide you with appropriate guidance to ensure that you remain confident and in control of your medication management with complete in home support.

Personalised care and advice

Our nurses can come to your home to help you:

  • Learn more about the medication you are starting
  • Take your medication properly
  • Understand how to monitor your symptoms and what to report back to your GP.

You can ask your nurse for help to answer any questions you or your family may have about your medication for peace of mind that you’re managing it in the right way. As part of working across your team, we can support you to speak with your treating medical professional or pharmacist.

Medication education

Our nurses provide you with useful information about the medication you're taking and its proper use. Because we come to you, we can help you to manage taking your medication at the right time and in the correct manner, giving you a routine and confidence that you're using it safely.

Monitoring symptoms

On each visit, our nurses will check your health status, reporting directly back to your GP (or referrer), who will adjust your medication as necessary.

Virtual hospital

We also offer our medication management services virtually, using the latest video technology to deliver this service to you in the comfort of your own home. Find out more about Virtual Hospital (link)

Who is eligible?

To find out if you can access this service, contact our friendly Customer Centre who will be able to assist with your enquiry.

What is the cost?

There are a number of funding options that may be available to you based on your circumstances, including the Commonwealth Home Support Programme or a Home Care Package. Please contact our Customer Centre who will be able to advise you of your options.

Getting referred

Your GP, specialist or nurse can refer you to this service. The referral process is simple - feel free to contact us to find out more about it.

Medication management in Western Australia

Getting used to a new medication or medication routine can be daunting and come with emotional and physical side effects to deal with. Our expert team can be on hand to provide you with appropriate guidance to ensure that you remain confident and in control of your medication management with complete in home support.

Personalised care and advice

Our nurses can come to your home to help you:

  • Learn more about the medication you are starting
  • Take your medication properly
  • Understand how to monitor your symptoms and what to report back to your GP.

You can ask your nurse for help to answer any questions you or your family may have about your medication for peace of mind that you’re managing it in the right way. As part of working across your team, we can support you to speak with your treating medical professional or pharmacist.

Medication education

Our nurses provide you with useful information about the medication you're taking and its proper use. Because we come to you, we can help you to manage taking your medication at the right time and in the correct manner, giving you a routine and confidence that you're using it safely.

Monitoring symptoms

Our staff will work with you to monitor the use of your medication and communicate with your treating medical professional if we become aware of any adverse symptoms or concerns.

Who is eligible?

This service is available through a range of state and commonwealth support programs. A referral is required from your treating GP or medical professional.

What is the cost?

The cost of this service can be funded by various state or commonwealth programs. Please contact our friendly team to find out more.

Getting referred

Your GP or specialist can refer you to this service.