Search for Home and Community Care

in South Australia

Home care services are designed to help you live as independently as possible in the comfort of your own home. In South Australia, there are a number of home care service providers that can create a home care program to suit your individual needs.

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

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

A Sport for All

on Monday, January 16, 2017

For Claire DeMack, tennis is a way of life. She began playing the sport when she was 12 years old and her parents were also avid competitors, so those athletic genes were passed on to her. 

‘My Home Life’ UK Academics visit Resthaven

on Monday, December 19, 2016

On 9 December 2016, Sarah Rhead, Executive Officer of the SA Innovation Hub, hosted a wrap up meeting at the Resthaven Head Office in Wayville, with visiting academics, Professor Julienne Meyer CBE (Professor of Nursing: Care for Older People, City University of London) and Professor Belinda Dewar (Professor of Practice Improvement, University of West of Scotland), who were in Adelaide to present the My Home Life Leadership program in November and December 2016. 

The Government Delivering Quality and Stability in Aged Care

on Friday, December 16, 2016

The Australian Minister for Health and Aged Care, Sussan Ley MP, and Assistant Minister for Health and Aged Care, Ken Wyatt AM, MP this week announced the reappointment of Australia’s inaugural Aged Care Complaints Commissioner, Ms Rae Lamb, for a second term to January 2020.

ExxonMobil Helps Create Urgency Around Dementia in New Awareness Campaign for the Festive Season

on Friday, December 16, 2016

Dementia is Australia’s second leading cause of death after heart disease. It’s one of Australia’s biggest, yet least understood conditions - with over 70 per cent of Australians admitting that they know very little about the disease. What’s more, almost half of the population do not realise that dementia is fatal. In fact, a quarter of us believe that it is just a normal part of ageing.

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