Help to care

Everyone needs some time out for themselves to stay at their best, especially when caring for someone else. Our friendly and experienced team can come to your place for a couple hours and care for your loved one in the comfort of their own home and routine. Or perhaps they’d enjoy a change of scenery with a regular day out at one of our social and community hubs or an overnight stay at one of our respite cottages? Our wide range of flexible, help to care options give you the opportunity to rest and recharge with the knowledge that your loved one feels safe, relaxed and cared for in the same high quality way they are used to.

In The Home

In The Home

We can come to your place and help your loved one with showering, dressing or preparing a meal or we can just be there for a friendly chat and cup of tea while you run some errands.

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Centre Respite

Centre Respite

Take some time out for yourself while your loved one enjoys activities and spending time with others at our social and community hubs.

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Cottage Respite

Cottage Respite

Enjoy a longer break knowing your loved one feels safe, comfortable and supported at our small, home-like respite cottages.

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Shirley lives well with flexible respite

Shirley, 87, is one busy lady. She looks after her husband, Keith, who has dementia and tends to their three-bedroom Corinda home, which they’ve shared for 50 years. With funding for flexible respite, Keith is cared for in their home, out in the community and at their local social and community hub where he meets up with his mates and enjoys some exercise. Shirley is grateful for the opportunity it gives her to run errands and enjoy the things she loves like sewing and gardening.

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Depending on your situation, you may be eligible for government funding to help pay for the services you need to stay living at home for longer. Explore funding options here.

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Use the form below or call 1300 236 822.