Types of care

Short stay or permanent move

Find the right aged care for you

Our 28 aged care homes across Queensland and Melbourne are here to help with extra care and support, anytime of the day or night. Whether you're coming to live with us permanently, to get specialist help with a condition like dementia, for end-of-life care or for a short time while your regular carer is away, our aged care services are here to help.

Are you eligible?

Anyone wanting to access funded aged care services needs to apply through the Australian Government's My Aged Care program. You'll need to be assessed by the Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) before we can welcome you.

Permanent care

If you're no longer finding it easy to manage at home, you might benefit from the support our 24/7 nurses and carers can provide at one of our welcoming aged care services. Find out more about what it's like living in one of our aged care homes.

Learn more about permanent care

Short stay & respite care

If you still live at home with the help of a carer, we can step in and help if your carer needs to be away. We can provide temporary respite care in your own home, or at one of our aged care homes in Queensland or Melbourne. You can use up to 63 days across any year, with the opportunity to extend if you're eligible.

Learn more about respite care

Dementia care

If you need specialist support for dementia, including Alzheimer's our aged care homes are here to help. As dementia can be so different, we develop tailored programs for each resident, designed to help you stay safe and social.

Learn more about dementia care

Pastoral care

Our chaplains are here to help you deal with change and loss, regardless of your faith. They can visit you at your aged care home, and help you deal with the death of a loved one or pet, a medical diagnosis or any other struggles.

Learn more about pastoral care

Palliative care

We're here to help you through your end-of-life journey, providing complex nursing care and pain management at our aged care services.

Learn more about palliative care

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