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Welcome to
Still Me

Exceptional care for our ageing  population and NDIS participants 


What We Offer

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Life Stories & Support

For family, friends and people living with Dementia

Your life, your story. To be heard, understood and appreciated by others.

  • Life stories come in a range of packages to suit your budget and needs. Gold, silver and bronze packages are available.

  • Behavioural support and guidance through the Dementia journey with you and your loved one.

  • Nursing services in your home. 

Over 75 Health Assessments

For GP's

Assistance in identifying risk factors and assistance in initiating preventative health care or medical interventions as appropriate either as an in-home service or your practice.

Please contact Nicola for pricing for over 75 health assessments and home visits.

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Aged care training & workshops

For Residential Aged Care Facilities (RACF)

Unforgettable training designed & delivered to leave a lasting & memorable new approach to care delivery.

  • Tailored training for your residential aged care facility for group sessions.

  •  One on one support for your staff or residents and consultancy for units/facilities requiring a comprehensive review or dementia advice and support.

  • SIRS analytical care review and workshop capacity building.

  • Person centred care training.

  • Dementia behavioural management workshops.

  • Behaviour support plan writing and training.


A note from the founder


Working for over 24 years in the aged care industry as a carer, registered/clinical nurse, student facilitator, innovation coordinator, aged care clinical nurse manager and dementia consultant.

With qualification as a trainer and assessor, registered nurse, clinical nurse, suicide interventionist and accredited dementia consultant I could see the gaps where person-centred care was lacking.

I could see the recurring frustrations of residents and family members having to retell and repeat their life story and history regularly to GPs, specialists, hospital wards, community care, transitional care and residential aged care until "just the necessary" information was passed on to health professionals providing care or treatment to them or their loved ones.

Creating "Still Me"- Life Stories; provides the opportunity for dedicated care, nursing and medical staff with necessary knowledge, information and confidence to care for you or your loved one holistically. It gives them a deep meaning and understanding of who the person they are caring for truly is weather in home or an aged care environment.

Life stories was Nicola's first passion and other support and services have developed from listening to clients, carers, loved ones and the industry. With the skills and knowledge in training, education and empathetic care Still Me has evolved to deliver a range of person centred services to both aged care and NDIS clients such as

  • Wound care

  • nursing support

  • Welfare checks

  • Assessments and recommendations

  • Dementia support 

Please call or email for advice on any other services you may need support in.​


Proudly supporting NDIS participants

At Still Me, we work hard to offer personalized , honest home services with convenience and transparency. We understand the difficulty of juggling the demands of daily life, that’s why we’re committed to making the process more convenient and seamless. Still Me can provide community clinical nursing care dementia support  and dementia behavioural management for (younger onset dementia clients) and tailored training for care and support staff in Western Australia.

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Contact us

PO Box 110
Quinns Rocks, Perth

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In the spirit of reconciliation Still Me acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connection to land, sea and community. We pay respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders people today.

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