Aged Care Online one of Australia's most trusted online directories of Residential Aged Care Homes, Home Care Services and Retirement Villages. The site is targeted at people searching for aged care services and retirement communities online. Originating in Melbourne, Victoria, the national directory was launched in late 2004 and is supported by a national sales team promoting and marketing the directory in every state of Australia.
Key categories on www.agedcareonline.com.au include:
Residential Aged Care Directory
Facility Profiles with an image gallery, descriptions, virtual tours, video tours and direct contact details.
Bed Vacancy Register with room types and descriptions, images, costs and current vacancy status.
User Reviews where consumers can comment and share their experiences with a nominated aged care facility.
Search for aged care in:
Home Care Directory
Home Care Provider Profiles providing a summary of home care services offered, geographical regions serviced, and direct contact details.
User Reviews where consumers can comment and share their experiences with a nominated Home Care provider.
Search for home care in:
Retirement Villages Directory
Village Profiles with an image gallery, descriptions, virtual tours, video tours and direct contact details.
User Reviews where consumers can comment and share their experiences with a nominated retirement village.
Search for retirement villages in:
Employment and Recruitment
Users can search our growing list of jobs posted by aged care providers across Australia. Applicants can register their details and apply for any of the positions listed.
Education and Training
Search through the list of Aged Care specific education and training courses and apply online for the course of your choice.
For further information on the Aged Care Online website, please contact us on the details below:
Australian Online Directories Pty Ltd
PO Box 179
Noble Park VIC 3174
p: (03) 9775 3200
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