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Who do speech pathologists support?

Speech pathologists support people of all ages, from children living with disability to adults who have acquired a communication problem or who have had a disability from birth.

At Salveo Disability, our speech pathologists can work with you or your child to assess your ability to speak and understand others before creating a customised therapy session based on your specific speech and language needs.

We work with people living with a variety of conditions, including:

  • Neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and intellectual disability

  • Degenerative neurological conditions such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease

  • Developmental delays

  • Brain injuries due to accident or illness

  • Stroke

  • Learning disability

  • Dementia

  • Hearing loss

  1. Patient assessment: Acute Care Nurses evaluate patients' conditions upon admission, monitor their vital signs, and track any changes in their health status.

  2. Care planning: They develop, implement, and adjust individualized care plans based on patients' needs, medical history, and the severity of their conditions.

  3. Treatment administration: Acute Care Nurses administer medications, intravenous (IV) therapy, and other treatments as prescribed by healthcare providers.

  4. Monitoring patient progress: They continuously monitor patients' responses to treatments, adjusting care plans as necessary and collaborating with the healthcare team to ensure optimal patient outcomes.

  5. Patient education: Acute Care Nurses educate patients and their families about their conditions, treatment options, and self-care strategies to manage their health once they return home.

  6. Medical documentation: They accurately document patients' medical information, including assessments, care plans, interventions, and patient progress, to ensure proper communication among the healthcare team.

  7. Collaboration with the healthcare team: Acute Care Nurses work closely with physicians, therapists, and other healthcare professionals to coordinate and deliver comprehensive care to their patients.

  8. Emergency care: They are trained to respond quickly to emergencies, stabilizing patients and initiating life-saving interventions when necessary.

  9. Infection control: Acute Care Nurses follow strict infection control protocols to prevent the spread of infections within the healthcare setting.

  10. Emotional support: They provide emotional support and comfort to patients and their families during difficult times, helping them cope with the challenges of acute illness.

Case Workers

 In healthcare, a case worker, also known as a healthcare or medical social worker, assists patients and their families by assessing their social and emotional needs.


They coordinate care, help with discharge planning, provide resource referrals, offer crisis intervention, advocate for patients, and maintain accurate records. Essentially, case workers act as a bridge between patients, families, and the healthcare system, ensuring that their non-medical needs are met and supporting them throughout their healthcare journey.

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  • Greater Sydney

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  • Newcastle

  • Central Coast

  • Blue Mountains

  • Wollongong


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In-depth patient assessment: 

Our Acute Care Nurses conduct comprehensive evaluations of patients' conditions upon admission, monitor vital signs, and observe any changes in their health.

Tailored care planning:

Our nurses create, implement, and modify personalized care plans based on patients' needs, medical history, and the severity of their conditions.

Proficient treatment administration: 

We ensure medications, intravenous (IV) therapy, and other treatments are provided as prescribed by healthcare providers.

Ongoing patient progress monitoring

 Our Acute Care Nurses evaluate patients' responses to treatments, make necessary care plan adjustments, and collaborate with the healthcare team for optimal patient outcomes.

Patient education:

Our nurses inform patients and their families about their conditions, treatment options, and self-care strategies for managing their health after returning home.

Prompt emergency care:

Our nurses are adept at responding quickly to emergencies, stabilizing patients, and initiating life-saving interventions when required.

As dedicated recruitment consultants specializing in Acute Care Nursing placements, we ensure that the Acute Care Nurses we provide to hospitals are exceptionally skilled and well-equipped to handle patients with severe or critical health conditions. Our Acute Care Nurses are trained to excel in various hospital settings, such as emergency departments, intensive care units (ICUs), surgical units, and specialized areas like cardiac care, neurology, and oncology. By choosing our Acute Care Nurses, you can expect:

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Our nurses possess complete training and certification, collaborating closely with residents and medical professionals to guarantee that each person receives the necessary care for a comfortable and gratifying life. From daily activity support and medication administration to specialized medical procedures, our nurses are committed to delivering the utmost level of care.

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The primary responsibilities of a case worker in healthcare include:
  1. Assessment and Support: Case workers assess the social, emotional, and financial needs of patients and their families. They conduct interviews and evaluations to gather information about the patient's living situation, support system, and available resources. Based on this assessment, they provide guidance and support to help patients access necessary services and support networks.

  2. Care Coordination: Case workers act as a liaison between healthcare providers, patients, and their families. They collaborate with physicians, nurses, and other members of the healthcare team to ensure that patients receive appropriate care and services. This involves coordinating appointments, facilitating communication, and advocating for the patient's needs.

  3. Discharge Planning: Case workers play a vital role in discharge planning, especially for patients with complex medical conditions or those requiring ongoing care after leaving the hospital. They help patients transition from the hospital to other care settings, such as home care, rehabilitation facilities, or long-term care facilities. They ensure that necessary arrangements are made, such as arranging for home healthcare services, medical equipment, or community resources.

  4. Resource Referral: Case workers provide information and referrals to community resources and support services. They help patients and families access financial assistance programs, support groups, counseling services, and other resources that can enhance their well-being and quality of life.

  5. Crisis Intervention: In healthcare settings, case workers may encounter patients and families in crisis situations. They provide emotional support, counseling, and intervention during times of acute stress, such as a serious illness, end-of-life issues, or major life changes.

  6. Advocacy: Case workers advocate for patients' rights and ensure they receive appropriate care and services. They may help patients navigate insurance claims, resolve disputes, and access necessary treatments or therapies.

  7. Documentation and Record Keeping: Case workers maintain detailed and accurate records of patient assessments, interventions, and outcomes. They ensure confidentiality and adhere to legal and ethical guidelines in record keeping. 

Overall, case workers in healthcare act as a vital link between patients, families, and the healthcare system, addressing their psychosocial needs, facilitating access to resources, and providing support throughout the care continuum.

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