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In-Home Multiple Sclerosis Nursing Care Services in Sydney

Available from 1+ hours to 24 hours 7 days a week live-in care

Serving Sydney & NSW Areas


Care From 1 to 24 Hours Per Day

Live-in Care Available

Can Start On The Same Day

No Set-up Or Exit Fees


Free Personalised Care Plans

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About Our In-Home Multiple Sclerosis Nursing Care Services

At Care For Family, we understand the profound impact Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can have on not just the person diagnosed, but their family and loved ones.

Our goal is to provide compassionate and specialised home care that supports not just the physical aspects of MS, but the emotional and psychological needs of our clients, their families and carers.

As a registered Care Agency, we are committed to helping people to remain in their own home, safely, for as long as possible.

This is why we specialise in providing registered nurses and care professionals who are highly-trained, qualified, and provide the highest quality of care for your loved one.

Booking our Home Nursing Care Services

Booking our in-home care services couldn’t be simpler. All you need to do is:

  • Call us on 02 9343 0880 or click here to request a callback
  • We’ll then provide a FREE telephone or in-home consultation to help you to decide on the support you need
  • If you’d like to proceed, simply book our services and we can start on the same day

“I was so impressed that within 8 hours of requesting care for my Mum we had a care team in place offering the most incredible caring support.”

Wilma & family

“It was a huge relief knowing the care team was always practicing the highest level of professionalism and to know that the same familiar team members arrived every day and night.”


“The care team’s support and dedication was truly amazing. Each of the carers enriched Mr Smith’s life in some way and I know that he enjoyed their company. They were always on time for their shifts and so pleasant to be with and I formed a lovely bond with each of them.”

Michelle Johnson

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Our Team Values…

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Unsure about where to start?

With years of experience in in-home care, we’re available to help you work out what support you need. Whether you are planning for the future or would like to start care immediately, we can help. Give us a call, we’d love to hear form you.

What is Multiple Sclerosis?

MS is a complex and unpredictable disease of the central nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord, that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body.

Characterised by the damage to myelin (the protective sheath surrounding nerve fibres) leading to a confusion of the immune system, MS results in a wide range of symptoms that can vary greatly from person to person.

Common symptoms of MS include fatigue, mobility challenges, bladder control challenges, visual disturbances, and cognitive changes, each affecting a person’s daily life in unique ways.

MS is most commonly diagnosed in people between the ages of 20 and 40, and it affects more women than men. The disease can present in various forms, with some experiencing relapsing-remitting episodes and others dealing with progressive forms of MS (such as PPMS or ‘primary progressive MS’) that steadily worsen over time.

The cause of MS remains largely unknown, with researchers suggesting a combination of genetic predisposition and environmental factors.

Understanding the nature of Multiple Sclerosis is the first step in managing its impact.

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At Care For Family, we specialise in providing comprehensive care that addresses the diverse needs of individuals with chronic illness, including MS.

From managing daily symptoms to ensuring the best possible quality of life, our team is equipped to offer the support and care necessary to help people with multiple sclerosis navigate the challenges of MS with confidence and dignity.

Multiple Sclerosis Home Care versus Residential Care

Opting for multiple sclerosis home care instead of residential care presents a range of benefits for people navigating the challenges of MS.

Home care for MS offers tailor-made, compassionate care within the reassuring environment of one’s own home. This option not only promotes a sense of independence and comfort but also significantly contributes to the emotional well-being of MS patients.

One of the major advantages of home care is the personalised attention and customised care plans it provides, which can be adjusted as the care needs of your loved one evolve over the course of the disease. This flexibility ensures that each person receives the specific support they require, whether it’s help with daily activities, mobility aids usage, or managing symptoms of MS.


Home care services also allow for a more intimate caregiver-patient relationship, ensuring a deep understanding of each individual person’s needs and preferences.

The quality of life for those with MS can be greatly enhanced by remaining in a familiar setting, surrounded by personal comforts and memories, which is why many families choose the home caring route.

Nursing Care for Multiple Sclerosis:
Specialised Care Plans from Care For Family

Care For Family is your #1 multiple sclerosis nursing care provider in Sydney and surrounding regions, providing personalised care plans that address the unique needs of people living with MS. Recognising that MS affects everyone differently, our approach to care planning is deeply individualised, ensuring that each client receives the specific support they require to manage their symptoms and maintain their quality of life.

Appropriate medical care is an important part of caring for anyone with MS, particularly as the symptoms of the disease progressively worsen. This is why our team comprises both registered nurses and professional care workers.

Our nursing care plans are meticulously crafted to support individuals in managing MS’s varied symptoms, ensuring that every aspect of their health is catered to. As our client’s care needs change over time, so too does our approach.

Our goal is to empower those with MS to lead as fulfilling and independent lives as possible, with care that’s always compassionate, respectful, and aligned with our clients’ medical needs and their private aspirations.

Our specialised care plans begin with a comprehensive assessment of your loved one’s physical, emotional, and social needs, considering the varied symptoms of MS such as mobility challenges, bladder dysfunction, cognitive changes, and more.

This holistic view allows us to create a flexible care plan that adapts to the changing needs of our clients over time.

Central to our care plans is the emphasis on symptom management, aiming to reduce discomfort, enhance mobility, and support independence. From incorporating mobility aids to strategies for managing fatigue and nursing interventions for symptom relief, every aspect of our care is designed to improve the day-to-day lives of those we serve.

A tailored Multiple Sclerosis Care Plan from Care For Family may include elements like:

  • Managing Fatigue and Promoting Energy Conservation: Techniques and strategies are tailored to tackle the all-too-common fatigue that comes with MS, helping your loved one save energy for the activities they enjoy.

  • Assisting in Self-Care Activities: Personal care designed to assist with everyday tasks, reinforcing independence and upholding the dignity of your loved one.

  • Providing Emotional Support and Improving Self-Esteem: Compassionate care that addresses the emotional toll of MS, offering support for overcoming depression and enhancing self-esteem.

  • Promoting Effective Coping: Practical strategies to empower both individuals and their families to build resilience and navigate the unpredictability of MS with strength.

  • Promoting Effective Bladder and Bowel Control: Expert guidance and interventions to manage prevalent MS challenges like bladder dysfunction and mobility issues, ensuring comfort and dignity.

  • Administering Medications: Care For Family’s professional care team, including registered nurses, can help your loved one manage the medications that are so important to easing their symptoms.  

Through personalised care and continuous reassessment, Care For Family’s dedicated registered nurses and professional carers ensure that every individual with MS receives the highest standard of care, directly impacting their ability to enjoy a fulfilling life despite the challenges of the condition.

Palliative Care and Multiple Sclerosis

Palliative care multiple sclerosis support is not just about end-of-life care, but about enhancing the quality of life at any stage of the disease. Our palliative care services focus on providing comfort, symptom relief, and emotional support to those living with MS and their families.

Our palliative care strategy encompasses a wide range of services designed to address the complex needs of MS patients, from managing physical symptoms like pain and spasticity to providing psychological and social support. We work closely with our clients and their families to ensure that care plans reflect their wishes, goals, and preferences, supporting them through the challenges of living with MS.

At Care For Family, our palliative approach to multiple sclerosis care emphasises dignity, respect, and compassion. Our registered nurses and care professionals are trained to deliver care that respects the individuality and preferences of each person, aiming to make every day as comfortable and meaningful as possible.

By focusing on comfort and quality of life, our palliative care services offer a beacon of hope and support for individuals and families navigating the unpredictable journey of multiple sclerosis, ensuring they feel supported, understood, and cared for at every turn.

    Why Choose Care For Family for Multiple Sclerosis Care?

    A compassionate scene in a lush park setting where a young man is adjusting the footrest of a woman's wheelchair, illustrating the attentive and adaptive support provided by Care For Family to enhance the mobility and comfort of individuals with multiple sclerosis.

    Choosing Care For Family for multiple sclerosis nursing care means entrusting the care of your loved one to a team of highly experienced registered nurses and professional care workers. Our commitment to providing personalised and compassionate care plans sets us apart, ensuring that every individual with MS receives care that’s specifically tailored to their needs and life circumstances.

    At Care For Family, we understand the profound impact that MS can have on an individual’s life and the lives of their families. That’s why our approach is holistic, focusing not just on the physical symptoms of the disease but also on the emotional and social well-being of our clients.

    Our care plans are designed to improve quality of life, enhance independence, and provide comfort and support during challenging times.

    Our unique benefits include:

    • Personalised Care: Tailored and strategies to manage symptoms effectively, ensuring comfort and enhancing daily living.
    • Experienced Care Teams: Skilled nursing care from registered nurses alongside compassionate support from professional care workers.
    • Flexible Home Care Solutions: Care that adapts to the evolving needs of individuals with MS, provided in the familiar and comforting setting of their own home. From a couple of hours a week to round-the-clock care, Care For Family is here to offer the right level of care for your loved one, at all stages of their life.

    Care For Family is the leading specialist in aged care, nursing care, and palliative care in the Sydney region. It is our firm belief that all Australians should have access to high-quality, affordable care, which is why we offer both private and NDIS-subsidised services.

    Get in touch with our team to find out more about how your loved one’s NDIS funding can contribute to their MS care.

    Choosing Care For Family means choosing a partner committed to enhancing the lives of individuals with multiple sclerosis through comprehensive, compassionate, and personalised care at home.

    Do you have any questions?

    You may have lots of questions about what is involved in in-home nursing care and how much it costs.

    To help, we have answered many of the most common questions that we receive about this service below.

    If you would like to discuss your specific needs, we’d love to hear from you to see what advice we can offer and if we are able to support you.

    You can call our compassionate expert care team on 02 9343 0880 or you can request a callback by clicking on the button below.

    We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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