ACH Group

Various Locations
Adelaide South Australia, 5000


At ACH Group we believe growing older is akin to turning a new page and with it comes a sense of great anticipation and optimism. 

Our focus on innovation and services that respond to changing needs reflects our desire to shift the way the community thinks about older people.

ACH Group’s 1700 specialist staff and hundreds of volunteers share our belief that older people should be valued and respected, connected to their communities and in control of their lives.

This mindset drives our every action to empower older people, to support them to lead a good life and continue to make a contribution to family, community and society.

 

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Riverside Artists Create Their Own Cover Stories

on Monday, August 6, 2018

ACH Group’s Riverside Artists created their own magazine covers as part of this year’s South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival.

Denis Brings Dance to ACH Group Kapara

on Thursday, July 26, 2018

He’s known for wearing fluorescent orange shorts and he’s bringing joy to residents of ACH Group’s residential care home Kapara in Glenelg. 

Japan on Horizon for Five Lucky ACH Group Employees

on Monday, July 9, 2018

Five ACH Group employees are heading to Japan in October as part of a biannual exchange program between not-for-profit aged care provider ACH Group and Japanese aged care provider Sun-Life.

Unique Visitors Bring Generations Together at ACH Group in McLaren Vale

on Wednesday, June 13, 2018

A squirrel glider, albino carpet python, frilled-neck lizard and barn owl were special guests at a weekly intergenerational get-together at ACH Group Colton Court last month.

Daphne Brings Books to ACH Group ViTA

on Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Daphne Hazell has spent most of her life surrounded by books and, at 91, has just set up her ninth library. Daphne drew on her many years as a librarian, including 27 years at Sacred Heart College, to establish the library at ACH Group ViTA, Daw Park. Many of the 1000+ books and a book trolley have been re-homed from the Repatriation General Hospital library, where Daphne volunteered for 15 years.

ACH Group Appoints New Chair

on Monday, May 21, 2018

Leading not-for-profit aged care organisation for South Australia and Victoria, ACH Group, has announced the appointment of Mary Patetsos as Board Chair.

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.

Aged Care Industry Can Offer Opportunities for SA's Holden Workers

on Monday, October 30, 2017

South Australian not-for-profit care provider ACH Group hopes it can help retrenched Holden workers find jobs in South Australia in the wake of the recent Holden factory closure. 

ACH Group Signs MOU with Malaysian Company, Aged Care Group, To Deliver an Innovative Care Model

on Thursday, October 19, 2017

ACH Group and Malaysian care provider, Aged Care Group (ACG), signed a Memorandum of Understanding to officialise a joint initiative to provide better care in both Australia and Malaysia. 

Older Muslims Focus of New Resource Kit

on Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Older Muslim people and their families are set to benefit from a Muslim Resources Kit developed by ACH Group.

HenPower Brings Smiles to ACH Group Kapara

on Tuesday, July 25, 2017

There are four very popular new residents at ACH Group Kapara in Glenelg South and they’ve made themselves right at home.

Irene Ready to Jump Into History Books

on Wednesday, July 19, 2017

She celebrated her 100th birthday with a sky dive, becoming the oldest South Australian to do so. Now, 12 months on, ACH Group client Irene O’Shea is set to enter the history books once again.

Mosaic Unveiled at ACH Group Highercombe

on Tuesday, June 6, 2017

A colourful mosaic created by a group of residents, staff and volunteers has been unveiled at ACH Group Highercombe Residential Living.

Doll Beds a Labour of Love for Bill

on Thursday, May 18, 2017

Volunteer Bill Hosszu has a very special reason to help make doll’s beds at ACH Group Perry Park – his grand-daughter, Poppy.

Aged Care Under Spotlight at Information Day

on Thursday, March 23, 2017

A free Information Day about aged care will be held at ACH Group’s Kapara Residential Living at Glenelg South this Sunday.

Mahjabeen Wins Multicultural Award

on Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Mahjabeen Ahmad has been recognised in the Governor’s Multicultural Awards for her work in helping to develop the first Muslim aged care resources in Australia.

Jan Teaches Jed New Tricks

on Thursday, March 16, 2017

As soon as Jan Creek met six-month old shelter dog Jed, she knew he would be easy to train. Jan, 84, spent many years as an obedience trainer and dog breeder and was founder and patron of The Rottweiler Club of SA.

Students Volunteer to Make a Difference

on Thursday, December 22, 2016

University students Andrew Leo and Veronica Tang have signed on as volunteers at ACH Group ViTA after finishing their study placement at the Daw Park residential living, teaching and research facility. 

Garden Group Springs to Life

on Tuesday, November 29, 2016

A new garden group is flourishing in the Fleurieu Peninsula thanks to the ACH Group Social Links program.

Generations Sing Together in Heart of Adelaide

on Tuesday, November 22, 2016

More than 130 primary school students and 120 older people joined their voices in a unique concert in the heart of Adelaide earlier this month.

Young and Old to Sing Together

on Wednesday, October 26, 2016

More than 130 primary school students and 120 older people will join their voices in a unique concert in the heart of Adelaide next week.

Art class brings generations together

on Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Residents at ACH Group's Milpara Residential Living, Rostrevor, know when it’s time for art time with a group of kindergarten students – they hear the giggles.

Five Decades On, Terence Reignites Passion for Art

on Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Fifty-five years after he last picked up a paintbrush, 89-year-old Terence Baldrey is preparing for his first SALA (South Australian Living Artists) Festival. 

Silver Statues and Golden Age Flash Mob Choir Surprise Adelaide Airport Customers

on Friday, July 29, 2016

Former SA Premier Lynn Arnold and other prominent SA figures went ‘incognito’ as human silver-painted statues as part of a flash mob at Adelaide Airport that was aimed at challenging the community’s mature age stereotypes.

John Cahill Opens New Gym

on Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Port Adelaide legend John Cahill spoke about the benefits of keeping fit as we age at the opening of a new gymnasium at Yankalilla last week. 

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