Aged Care Services

From everyday activities in the home to staying active, we’re here to help with services and referrals.

We’re committed to helping you stay independent, in your home for longer. We understand that age is no longer a barrier to living an active and independent life, but sometimes support is needed to make the most of every opportunity.

Our team can help you navigate all of the services and government funding available, so that you can make informed choices about what is best for you and your family, including free assistance with your My Aged Care assessment.

You may be eligible for subsidised funding or you can access and pay for services privately. There are 5 types of funding models available to access our Aged Care Services;

  • Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP)
  • Home Support Packages (HSP)
  • Short Term Restorative Care (STRC)
  • Care finder services
  • Private Funding

For further information or to make a referral, please submit the Aged Care Support referral form online or you can contact us on 1800 236 762.

In our service listing below you will find more information on the Aged Care funding options and services available at The Benevolent Society.

Service Listing

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Home Care Packages

Home Care Packages enable you to maintain your independence so that you can live your best life at home.

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Commonwealth Home Support Programme

The Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) provides small amounts of entry level support to assist older people aged 65 years and over.

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Social Support

Our social support programs include transporting and accompanying you to group or individual social activities.

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Personal Care

Our personal care services include respectful assistance with everyday activities.

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Living Skills

Our living skills services boost independence with support to develop and stick to a budget, and plan for the future

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Supporting clients to maintain a garden is a way to encourage them to stay active and independent.

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Household Assistance

Our domestic assistance includes support around the house to help older Australians stay in their own home for longer.

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Care finder services

A team of experienced care connectors are available to assist vulnerable older Australians to find, apply for and gain access to aged care services that are often difficult to navigate.

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Flexible Respite

Flexible respite services may provide care at home, an overnight respite cottage, or a day respite centre.

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Carer Gateway Support Services

Carer gateway is the Australian Government’s national carer hub providing reliable services, supports and advice specifically for carers.

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Aged Care Support Coordination

Support to live your best life at every stage by understanding My Aged Care, home care packages and setting goals to stay independent.

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