Home care & support
for older people

Home Care Services

We are here to help you retain your independence for as long as possible. With a little extra support we can help you stay in your home for longer with a range of services designed around your freedom and choice.

What can you receive?

  • Home help
  • Nursing and allied health
  • Personal care and hygiene
  • Bathing, dressing, including access to home hairdressing, and hospital-at-home support
  • Equipment
  • Meal preparation
  • Social support
  • Shopping
  • Transport
  • Medication management
  • Respite care

How does it work?

We work closely with you to design a package of services that respond to your needs:

  • First you will need to contact My Aged Care on (02) 6269 1025 and arrange an Aged Care assessment (ACAT).
  • The ACAT assessment will determine the level of support you can receive.

We understand that it can be complex. But there’s no need to worry — we are here to guide you through the process.

To find out more, please give us a call anytime Mon to Fri, 9am – 5pm or leave a message and we will get back to you.

P. (08) 8449 7085

E. HCPEnquiries@unitingsa.com.au

Download a brochure here.

Transitional Care Program

Returning home can be stressful if you have just come out of hospital and aren’t quite ready to be completely independent. That’s when our Transitional Care program comes in.

How does it work?

Once you have received approval, this program can be provided to you for up to 12 weeks. We design a personalised program to aid your recovery, support your health and respect your independence.

Nobody can do everything but everyone can do something.

UnitingSA relies on the generosity of donors to help deliver innovative programs and support for people in need across metropolitan and regional South Australia.

“I am so grateful I was able to move into a pet-friendly room at Regency Green Multicultural Aged Care. Whether I am going to a film or knitting or craft, my dog Bruce is always able to come. It really is wonderful.”

Shirley and dog Bruce,
Residents at Regency Green