Dignity and supporting independence are key for Clinical Nurse Prajwal

January 11, 2024
January 10, 2024

Being able to provide dignity and independence even at end of life is what Toowoomba Clinical Nurse Prajwal Basel loves most about working at BlueCare.

“Mainly I’m focusing on palliative care services out in the community, working autonomously as a nurse so the client can actually come home and have those remaining days with the family members,” Prajwal (pictured middle, above) says.

“I think I make a lot of difference with my nursing career.”

Prajwal, who visits people in their own homes to provide palliative care and other nursing services, says BlueCare’s focus on person-centred care is one of the reasons he has stayed with aged care and retirement living provider for five years.

“And then working with the team, and the support system from BlueCare and the management perspective as well, and providing services at home for their clients – BlueCare aligns with my personal beliefs and carer goals,” he says.

Prajwal has worked in aged care homes and hospitals, but joining BlueCare’s community team has brought him another level of satisfaction.

“Working out in community and making a difference – it just made me really happy.”

Prajwal sums up BlueCare in these three words: care, respect and dignity.

“Dignity and supporting independence come together, I think – our clients have dignity because they are independent and comfortable in their own home.”

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