Aged Care Services

Discover what type of care might suit you

Consumer Directed Care (CDC) is all about choice and control. It gives you and your carers a greater say in the type of care you receive to support you at home, and who provides those services.

We will work in partnership with you to determine your requirements and individual goals.

You can be as involved as you want to be in managing your package and the cost of services and how money is spent is more transparent

We are an approved provider for Home Care Packages

We promote a strengths-based, enabling culture, that recognises the need for dignity, respect, growth and independence in a person’s life. We support people over the age of 65 years (50 years and over for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people) who need assistance to remain living independently at home. We provide support at home through the Home Care Packages Program (HCPP). We also offer private services at competitive hourly rates if this is your preference. 

The Australian Government pays a different subsidy amount for each level of Home Care Package. The government package level is as follows:

  • Home Care Level 1 – basic care needs
  • Home Care Level 2 – low-level care needs
  • Home Care Level 3 – intermediate care needs
  • Home Care Level 4 – high care needs


Assistance with daily living includes:

Assistance with personal activities such as bathing, showering, toileting, dressing and undressing.

Assistance with preparing meals, including special diets, assistance with using eating utensils and assistance with feeding

Assistance with bandages, dressings and skin emollients.

Providing crutches, quadruped walkers, walking frames, walking sticks, mechanical devices for lifting, bed rails, slide sheets, sheepskins, tri-pillows, pressure-relieving mattresses and assistance using these aids

Devices that assist mobility, communication and personal safety particularly those that can assist you to perform daily living tasks and can be purchased using funds from your package budget.

Assistance with social and community participation includes:

Assistance with shopping, visiting health practitioners and attending social activities.

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