Your Relationships

Being around your community and activities that connect you with family, friends and interests builds happiness and helps the body and mind. It’s also a great way to make new friends. We can help you stay connected.


Independence is more than a state of mind. Staying connected to others helps stave off loneliness and plays a vital role in our connection to the past and future. We support you to maintain your personal and social connections so that you stay independent and happy.

Where available, we can ensure you have a culturally appropriate support worker who can speak your native language and understands your cultural needs.

We can also assist with translators for appointments, companionship for meals and travel, and family and carer advice.

Below are some suggestions on services that we can help you with that will keep you independent and happy at home.

Companionship for Meals or Travel

  • A friendly support worker to chat to, enjoy a meal with, or an outing
  • A travel companion for support while away on holiday

Technology & Communication Assistance

  • Facebook or Skype assistance to contact loved ones who live interstate or overseas
  • Engaging interpreters for phone calls and appointments
  • Assistance with email or internet searching
  • Help with correspondence, letter writing and typing

Family & Carer Communication

  • Liaison and support for your family
  • We can act as an advocate for your needs
  • Care and mediation support
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What can a Care Adviser do for you?

Our Care Advisers will help you understand all the government funding options, work out which services are right for you and navigate the maze of paperwork. Our team of experts then manage your care, and are dedicated to helping you stay independent and in control. Find out…

What are you
entitled to

The funding available
in your area

How to access government
funded programs