Over the weekend, our CEO Jill Deering was interviewed by Madeline Tynan of the Tynan Group to discuss how Clever Care NOW has adapted to changes during the pandemic and how, thanks to government and club funding, and extra protective measures, we are able to continue to care for people in their homes.
It’s OK to have home care
This global health crisis has brought with it much uncertainty and many challenges but for those in-need of home nursing care, nothing is changing at Clever Care NOW.
Whether it is assistance with medication, wound care, injections, wellness checks, palliative care or personal care, our nursing care continues to support people in their homes.
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Nurses On Wheels has rebranded to Clever Care NOW
On Wednesday 10 October 2018, Mark Speakman SC MP, NSW Attorney General officially opened our new Caringbah office and launched Clever Care NOW (formerly Nurses On Wheels).
NOW receives grant for new bus
Nurses On Wheels has been presented with $50,000 from Bayside Council via the State Government’s Stronger Community Fund Grants. Over $500,000 was awarded to 15 local community groups at a function on Thursday, 22 February.
Clever Ageing Expo 2019
Expressions of Interest are open for exhibitors at the 2019 Clever Ageing Expo, Tuesday 19 February at Club on East Sutherland.
Following on from the success of our event in 2018, we welcome back existing exhibitors and invite new organisations to be involved in 2019.
Clever Care NOW expands into transitional nursing care
We are delighted to announce that from April 2019, Clever Care NOW expands its services into transitional nursing care through the acquisition of SmartCare.