Sandra Ilett is a Registered Nurse and Registered Midwife.
Sandra also has achieved a Bachelor of Health (Child Health) and a Graduate Certificate (Continence)
Continuing education is an essential part of being a nurse and Sandra is currently enrolled in Nurse Practitioner Masters at QUT.
Sandra has been continuously employed as a nurse for 33 years.
The past 20 years have been mostly involved with caring and assisting people with bowel and bladder problems.
Bladder and bowel problems are not isolated to one age group. Sandra has experience helping people at any age. This includes children with bladder and bowel issues including delayed toilet training, bedwetting, daytime wetting, constipation or soiling.
Sandra provides a home visit service only. If a home visit is not suitable, another location can be negotiated.
Initial visit $150. $100 per hour thereafter.
Visit to existing MASS clients for reassessment $100.
Non visit care for example phone calls will be charged on an individual basis.
For most visits, travel will be included but this will be determined on a case to case basis.
You are required to pay for the visit on the day of the visit.
Bank transfer is preferred.
BUPA and some other private health funds may provide some rebate on fees.
Bupa Provider Number N121175
Sandra is a Registered NDIS provider.
DVA is invoiced for Gold Card holders under a contract arrangement.
Under Home Care Packages, brokerage can be arranged so that the care is funded from the package.
Each person has a unique life path which may to lead them to needing some help with continence issues. Sandra will look at each part of your unique situation during the assessment process. You may be required to complete some diaries to help with this process.
Once the assessment is complete, then a range of strategies aimed at improving your particular problem will be suggested.
One part of these strategies may include applying to Commonwealth and/or State Government schemes for financial help with continence supplies.
This will be dependent on your eligibility for the schemes,
There are times in the treatment of some illnesses and diseases where it is the best medical choice for a urinary catheter to be inserted into the bladder.
This may be temporary or permanent.
In this unavoidable situation where a catheter has been inserted either through the urethra (IDC) or through the abdomen (SPC), receiving timely and correct education about the care of the catheter will make this experience as positive as it can be.
Help will also be given to help you access supplies for the care of your catheter so that purchases of unnecessary equipment is avoided.
0418 568 580
Please leave a message and Sandra will get back to you as soon as possible.
07 4126 2002
Although it is ideal to have a referral from your GP or Specialist, it is not essential except in the case of needing a catheter change, then an annual referral must be received from a medical practitioner.
An up to date list of your current health problems and current medications will be required.
Your privacy in these sensitive matters is of the utmost importance.
Every effort will be made to maintain this privacy.
Coordination of your care may require discussion with your GP or Specialist or other care provider.
Sandra drives an unbranded car so that the home visit is not identified.
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07 4126 2002
Mail to PO Box 568 CHILDERS 4660