Find Home Care in Australia

Are you not quite ready to make the move into residential aged care but require a little extra help around the house? Home care services are specifically designed to ensure you or a loved one can remain living at home for as long as possible.

Home care providers across Australia can help make life a little easier by providing help with:

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Each home care service is individually tailored to fit your specific care needs. As your care needs change, so will the home care services you receive.

A wide range of home care services (including government funded Home Care Packages) are available throughout metropolitan and regional areas of Australia.

To begin your search for home care services near you, simply click on your state or capital city below or on the map of Australia above.

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How To Get Involved with Uniting AgeWell's Music Therapy Research

on Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Do you, or someone you care for, have dementia? Music therapy may help. Uniting AgeWell has partnered with the University of Melbourne for a study into the effects of therapeutic singing groups on people with dementia living at home and their family carers.

Summer Safety Advice for Seniors from Southern Cross Care

on Monday, January 15, 2018

The Australian summer is notoriously harsh, with higher temperatures posing a greater threat to the health and wellbeing of seniors in particular. This is often due to older adults being more likely to have a medical condition or use prescription medications that can impact the body’s ability to control temperature. 

Capturing Life from a Different Perspective with Just Better Care

on Friday, January 12, 2018

As the sun rises over Byron Bay, surfers paddle out beyond the break. Every now and then, a swell draws in a perfect set. From the shore, Mitch sets up his drone camera to capture bird’s eye footage as his friends ride waves back towards the beach. Watching the drone footage, Mitch can still feel the ocean pulsing through his veins.

Lee Makes a New Start Thanks to ACH Group

on Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Diagnosed with younger onset dementia at the age of 57, Adelaide mother of three Lee Martin found herself without work and unable to drive. Afraid to go out by herself, she became isolated and depressed.

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