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in Western Australia

Home care services in Western Australia provide a great alternative to residential aged care, allowing you to receive care and assistance in the comfort of your own home. There are a number of home care providers in WA that can tailor a home care program to suit your care needs.

Home care services can provide assistance with a range of everyday tasks including personal care, domestic assistance, respite care, transport, nursing care, home modifications 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.

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Private home care takes pressure off

By on Monday, February 24, 2014

When Maureen Mahoney’s mother-in-law started showing the early signs of dementia, she began weighing up her residential care options.

It wasn’t until she stumbled across an advertisement in the local paper that Maureen discovered her mother-in-law did not have to leave her beloved home to get the care she needs.

Tuning in: residents get targeted content with "in-house" TV channel

By on Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Aged Care Online Managing Director Ben Hannemann dropped into the Golden Days Radio studio yesterday morning to chat with presenter Dudley Chamberlain about his latest venture, Web2TV, and how it can bring the glory days of radio back to those who lived them.

Home Care Perth

By on Thursday, February 24, 2011

What is Home Care?

If you or someone you know is considering moving into residential aged care but are not ready to leave their home, then Home Care may be an appropriate alternative.

The Future of the Aged Care Industry

By on Thursday, February 24, 2011

The statistics regarding the future of aged care can be astounding. If dementia were a country, it would be the world’s 18th largest economy. If dementia was a company it would exceed American giant Wal-Mart’s profits by almost US$200 billion and Exxon Mobil’s profits by almost $US300 billion. The sheer cost and growth of dementia means that, according to Alzheimer’s Australia, Australia will face a shortage of 150,000 paid and unpaid carers by 2030.

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