Search for Home and Community Care

in ACT

In-home care is are ideal if you want to remain living in your own home and need a little extra help around the house. In the Australian Capital Territory, a number of In-home care providers can tailor a home care program or Home Care Package to suit your needs.

Home care services can provide assistance with a range of everyday tasks including personal care, domestic assistance, transport, social support, respite care, nursing and home & garden maintenance. 

Begin your search by entering in your suburb or the name of your desired in-home care provider above to view in-home care services in your area.

Respecting and Meeting End-Of-Life Care Needs in Residential Aged Care

on Thursday, May 25, 2017

Access to high quality palliative and end-of-life care in aged care facilities will enable more Australians to have a good death, aged care, palliative care and aged care consumer peak bodies said earlier this week.

To help mark National Palliative Care Week 2017, Palliative Care Australia, COTA Australia, Alzheimer’s Australia, Aged & Community Services Australia, Leading Age Services Australia, Aged Care Guild and Catholic Health Australia released a set of agreed principles to guide the delivery of palliative and end-oflife care services in residential aged care.

Volunteers Helping to Make Experience with Dementia Better For Others

on Friday, May 12, 2017

As part of National Volunteer Week celebrations Alzheimer’s Australia Vic honoured the invaluable commitment by the many volunteers who enable the delivery of vital services and support across the state to people, of all ages, living with all forms of dementia, their families and carers.

Appointment of Panel to Review National Aged Care Quality Regulatory Processes

on Friday, May 12, 2017

The Federal Minister for Aged Care, Ken Wyatt, yesterday announced the two person team who will conduct the independent review on national aged care quality regulatory processes.

Aged Care Funding Changes: It Can Pay to Pay Big

on Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Changes to pension means testing that took effect on January 1 have changed the financial dynamics of both pensions and aged care in Australia. They are the biggest changes to means testing we have seen in a decade. Perhaps a little like fashion, where if you wait long enough flares come back in, this new asset test is the same one that was abolished in 2007.

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