Why choose Programmed Care?

At Programmed, we have been delivering our services to Australian’s for over 70 years. As one of Australia’s largest employers, we have over 25,000 team members and more than 100 offices based in key metropolitan and regional areas. 

While we are part of a large, multi-national organisation with a reputation for safety, customer service and care and empathy, we pride ourselves on delivering services with a team of local experts. Our local expertise and national footprint enable us to provide comprehensive in-home care solutions, by a team who live and work in your local community. 

We shape our services to suit you, and understand that everyone is different and needs a personalised program of services.
As an approved provider of aged home care and disability support programs, we know that finding the right level of support can be confusing. That’s why we offer additional help to navigate available care options.

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Our care team

We understand that allowing someone into your own home requires trust and mutual respect. Our team of nurses and carers undergo rigorous selection and training; we not only recruit for the right qualifications, but we look for people who are genuinely passionate about providing care in the home.

Our experience

Formerly known as Clinical Care Professionals, we have been a nursing service for more than 25 years, so you can rest assured that you are in safe hands with our highly qualified clinical and personal care team. Our expert care coordinators will guide you through the process of setting up your services and matching you with a personally selected home care team.

Safe & accountable

As a nationally approved provider of in home services for Aged Home Care, Veterans’ Home Care and Nursing, NDIS, Transport Accident and Work Cover programs, we are accredited to the following standards:

  • Quality ISO 9001
  • OH&S ISO 45001
  • Attendant Care Industry Standard

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Our stories

Katie's Story

Accessing the community is one of Katie’s top priorities. On any given day, you will find Katie at the zoo checking out the elephants, at the museum, planetarium or enjoying a coffee at her favourite café.


Liam's Story

Assisting Liam 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, the two can often be found cooking, playing darts, the PlayStation or Ping-Pong, a game Kerry has picked up over the past six months and has become admittedly quite good at!


Bill's Story

Bill served 13 years in the Royal Australian Navy, spending the majority of his time sailing in the Pacific. After retiring from service, Bill relocated to Brisbane to commence work with the Department of shipping and transport, where he was responsible for maintaining a number of manned lighthouses along the Queensland coast. In his later years Bill experienced a number of health issues stemming from his time in the armed forces


Corinne's Story

After finishing school, Corinne worked at a special needs summer camp in America, where she fell in love with the feeling of helping others and experiencing the joy they felt. “Working one on one with clients, helping them achieve their goals is extremely rewarding, you can really see the positive impact it has on their lives.”


Debi's Story

Community nursing provides Debi with flexibility and variation in her day. She visits clients throughout south east Queensland and loves meeting many great personalities along the way. Debi carries out in-home assessments, implementation of simple to complex wound care, showering assistance for those returning from hospital or at risk of falls, continence assessments and medication administration.


Kevin's Story

After 25 years in the Australian Army working as a weapons technician, including tours of Borneo and Vietnam, Kevin now feels most comfortable at home creating beautiful artwork, using wood burning techniques, with his dog Charlie by his side.


Lynn's Story

Joining the team in 2016, Lynn is one of our disability support workers, providing care to Programmed clients in South Australia. Looking after two clients on a daily basis, Lynn is up early and at her first client’s home by 7am to help him get out of bed and ready for the day and then heads to her next client’s house to assist him to get ready for school. Back and forth between client’s homes all day, Lynn calls it a day once she has finished tidying up after dinner, prepared everything for the


Patrick's Story

Patrick understands first-hand how important support is to those in need. When he was younger, his best friend developed a rare degenerative condition and he saw how support workers improved and assisted his daily living, and relieved the stress from his parents.


Thalia's Story

Looking for a new opportunity after working in the spinal unit at some of Sydney’s busiest hospitals, Thalia was seeking a change and decided to try community work.


Tanya's Story

Working in Community Care provides Tanya with the flexibility to work the hours she wants. “It has given me the flexibility and time I need for my family."


Davina's Story

Davina is one of the many inspiring young people we support, and at just 15, she has already set herself a range of short and long-term goals to help her achieve what she wants to in life. 


Jo's Story

Finding the right career path can be a journey of self-discovery and personal growth. Jo's story is a perfect example of how pursuing a passion for healthcare can lead to a fulfilling career. Highlighting the rewards, challenges, and valuable lessons learned along the way, explore Jo's transition from being a disability support worker to becoming a Care Coordinator at Programmed Care.


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