Home Care packages in Western Australia

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Acacia Living Group Home Care provides a wide range of home care services that can be tailored to suit your individual care needs, lifestyle and budget.  A dedicated team of caring professionals know your community and neighbourhood and understand how to access the best home care services close by.

Part of Acacia Living Group

Amana Living Home Care can provide you with a range of services in your home, from weekly help around the house, to a daily visit to meet personal nursing needs and everything in between. Amana Living’s Home Care services can also assist carers who need support or a break.

Part of Amana Living Inc.

Juniper’s Community Care program in Kununurra commenced in July 2014 and builds on the strong commitment to supporting older people which the service has provided locally for more than 20 years.

Part of Juniper

SwanCare at Home provides a wide range of home care support services that allow you to remain living independently in your own home. SwanCare’s dedicated and professional staff can help you with everything from cleaning, laundry and meal preparation to transport and personal care.

Part of SwanCare

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Narrogin Regional Homecare Services provides a range of community services designed to provide the support you need to keep living comfortably and safely at home.


Memory Nurture programs are offered at home or in Aged Care Facilities to enhance the quality of life of people living with dementia. Health Fund and some Medicare rebates are available. Memory Nurture is a DVA provider.


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Do you need some help at home? Platinum Healthcare offers a range of homecare services to make your life more enjoyable and we make sure your dignity and privacy is respected at all times.


Dementia Australia offers a range of services and programs designed to support you and the person you care for living with dementia. These include counselling services, carer support groups and other programs. For more information, you can contact the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500.