This is the acronym for 'non-english speaking background'.
- Non secure dementia care
Facilities that offer care for people with dementia or similar behavioural related conditions, but do not have a fully secure dementia care unit or wing.
- Non-dedicated respite
The residential aged care facility does not have a dedicated room for respite for carers, or the person being cared for, to ‘take a break’ or ‘rest’. These facilities only offer respite when they have accommodation available.
- Non-funded aged care facilities
There are a number of non government funded residential aged care facilities known as supported or assisted living complexes, independent living units and serviced apartments. These types of accommodations are self funded by the residents and they do not generally require approval by an ACAT/ACAS before a person entering the home.
- Nursing care
Registered or Enrolled Nurses visiting the home to assist with medication, wound management, convalescent care and pain management.