The Maxlife Care DifferenceAbout Us
Live how and
where you want to
Specialists in complex care
and hospital transitions
Maxlife Care was created to bridge the gap between disability support and mainstream medical care. Founded by two doctors with over 60 years of experience supporting people with complex medical conditions and disabilities, Maxlife Care provides holistic disability support services under the supervision of our in-house doctors and clinical team. We provide the supports you need to achieve your goals, backed with the peace of mind that comes from expert 24/7 clinical support.
Care that comes to you, when you need it.
From finding a home where you want to live, to matching you with experienced support team members that speak your language, we tailor our disability support services to your goals and what matters to you.
We are here to support the life you want to live.
Maxlife Care has a team dedicated to planning and coordinating a safe and smooth transition from hospital and other residential care environments to your own home. Our experienced clinical and disability support team will work with you, your family, your support coordinator, the hospital and the multidisciplinary team to understand your needs, find a home that’s right for you, and progressively transition your care and support until you are safely in your new home.
We care for people with a wide range of complex needs, including spinal cord injuries, developmental disorders, intellectual disability, schizophrenia, early-onset dementia, aggression, eating disorders, neurogenerative and neurogenetic diseases and other complex behaviours of concern.
Along with helping you to build your daily living skills, at home and out-and-about in the community, our support team are trained to provide high intensity supports including complex bowel care, enteral feeding and management, tracheostomy management, urinary catheter management, subcutaneous injections, and complex wound management.
Our in-house team of highly skilled doctors, nurses and experienced support workers are bound by our mission to enhance the quality of life for our clients entrusted into our care.
How we help
Supported independent living
Complex hospital and aged care transitions
Clinical care in the home
Short and medium term accommodation
Hear from our wonderful clients
Maxlife Care without a doubt will set a benchmark for care and development of people – they have opened the doors for my family members to train, develop and live a wonderful life.
Since Maxlife began helping me with my needs by maximising outcomes from NDIS funding. The staff and wise allocation of resources has eased my life considerably – assistance to remove rubbish and unwanted furniture and the cleaning of my unit. The people at Maxlife are very accommodating and excellent at what they do and I’d gladly endorse them as excellent providers.
No company does anything like you do! Stand alone. The barometer by which other companies can aspire to become. Doctors & qualified trained health professionals; they make all the difference when it really matters. What you’ve done for my girls is priceless!
The nurse assessing Vicki was so impressed by the care that Vicki has been given. She also mentioned how lucky Vicki was. The warmth and care from your team was and is fantastic. All questions that the nurse asked, were backed up by either forms or lots of verbal answers straight away.
Maxlife should be a role model for everyone to learn from.
They help me step away so I can have a life of my own. Maxlife Care helps me fill that void in my life – giving a bigger purpose to my son. The people that work there are amazing and are like family!
- Participant Reference Group
Get in touch with our teamContact Us
We would love to help you get the support you need to live the life that you want to live. If you need help understanding your options, want to find out more, or are ready to get started with Maxlife Care, then get in touch.
If you have hearing or speech impairments, National Relay Service (NRS) can help you with your call:
- Relay Officers are highly trained NRS staff who will assist you to communicate with a hearing person over the phone. They will only translate what you are saying and won’t get in the way of what is being said.
- Depending on the nature of the call, Relay Officers can switch between using text and voice and English and AUSLAN.
- NRS is available to assist you 24/7, except for calls that are made through Video Relay.
- There are different types of Relay services available for you to choose from. This depends on your hearing and speech abilities and the support equipment you may have.
- Please note that in order to use the service, you must register with the NRS.
- For more information visit: National Relay Service | Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts.