Sisters in the City?
Qualified practitioners bringing care to your front door
Our mission & vision
Inclusive care for all people
Personalised support and advocacy
Fair and reasonable pricing
As an organisation, we help people aged 1-65 to be their best selves, through seizing new opportunities and doing amazing things with their lives. We’re here to help you take the steps to be what you want to be.
Sisters in the City Pty Ltd will always provide support for LGBTQIA+ individuals, peers and allies. As such, we are run by members of the community and are aimed at supporting the LGBTQIA+ community in addition to those not in the community.
What we do
Below is a little bit more information about each of the services we offer. If you’ve got more questions after reading this you can contact us and request our comprehensive service agreement document.
Please note, some services are handled by our ‘sister’ company, Sisters In The Community. You’ll be directed there for more information if needed.
Access support, community support, social support and recreational support from LGBTQIA+ people and allies.
Mental Health Support
Targeted psychosocial recovery coaching. Access support, community support, social support and recreational support from qualified peer support workers with lived/life experience.
Access support, community support, social support and recreational support for people with disabilities. We also provide in-home support with health issues and daily living tasks such as; washing, dressing, eating, transport and budgeting.
We can further assist during domestic activities such as eating meals and showering. We are here for you to provide companionship and support during your every day lives.
Assistance with Finding and
Keeping a Job
We provide resume and cover letter assistance, assistance submitting applications and non-vocational job readiness coaching.
Specialist Nursing Support
Foster independence, safety and healthy lifestyles through nursing assessment and support to help prevent disease, maintain health and treat existing health problems. Doing things like complex dressings, medication administration and urinary continence assessment.
Community Nurse Continence Assessment
Assessment by a suitably qualified Registered Nurse to assist in determining need for continence aids, recommendation, and training support.
Psychosocial Recovery Coaching
Spending time with you, and people important to you, to get to know you and understand your needs, helping you to find out about different services and supports, and how these can help you, helping you get support from mental health services and helping you better understand the NDIS and support you with the NDIS.
Assisting you to implement your NDIS plan by strengthening your ability to connect with broader systems of supports and understand the purpose of funded supports.
“An entrepreneur with experience”
Ryan grew up in the country and started his career early in the community services sector, providing support to people with profound disabilities. From early in his life Ryan knew that caring for people was what he needed to do. Mental health was an early feature in his life with members of his family struggling with their own mental health and addiction problems. Ryan identifies as an LGBTQIA+ person and through taking his own journey to self-acceptance and self-love, whist helping his family on their recovery journey, he solidified his want to care for people.
Whilst working in the community services sector he completed a Diploma in Community Services Coordination and later begun providing help for people with disabilities to find work. In doing this he also completed a Diploma of Employment Services. It soon became clear to Ryan that he wanted a more global and recognisable vocation and begun studying to be a Registered Nurse. Now, a number of years later, being qualified as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and after working a number of years in emergency services, Ryan is looking to provide nursing services, back where it all started for him.