Helping Hand – Home Care, Retirement Living and Residential Care

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Retirement Living

I want to move into a smaller home and enjoy more free time to do the things I love.

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Residential Care

My family and I have started talking about moving into residential care. What do I need to know?

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Help at Home

I need some extra help around the home and want to choose the help I get.

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Wellness

I still live at home and want to stay as fit and healthy as I can.

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Helping Hand Aged Care

At Helping Hand we welcome and celebrate all people, and deliver personalised and professional services to meet the needs of older people from all backgrounds. Our core values of compassion, respect, excellence and community show in everything we do.

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Help at Home services are available across metropolitan Adelaide and regional South Australia.

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Belair
Retirement Living
25 Sheoak Road
Belair SA 5052
Clare
Residential Care
17 Victoria Road
Clare SA 5453
Golden Grove
Residential Care
209 The Golden Way
Golden Grove SA 5125
Ingle Farm
Residential Care
7 Shackleton Avenue
Ingle Farm SA 5098
Jamestown
Residential Care
1 Cumnock Street
Jamestown SA 5491
Jamestown
Retirement Living
3 Dunure Terrace
Jamestown SA 5491
Jamestown (Regional Home Care Office)
Home Care Office
1 Cumnock Street
Jamestown SA 5491
Lightsview
Residential Care
1 East Parkway
Northgate SA 5085
Mawson Lakes
Residential Care
2 The Strand
Mawson Lakes SA 5095
North Adelaide
Residential Care
49 Buxton Street
North Adelaide SA 5006
North Adelaide
Retirement Living
54 Buxton Street
North Adelaide SA 5006
Parafield Gardens
Residential Care
437 Salisbury Highway
Parafield Gardens SA 5107
Port Lincoln (Regional Home Care Office)
Home Care Office
15 Liverpool Street
Port Lincoln SA 5606
Port Pirie
Residential Care
15 Halliday Street
Risdon Park SA 5540
Port Pirie
Retirement Living
128 Kingston Road
Risdon Park SA 5540
Port Pirie (Regional SA Hub Home Care Office)
Home Care Office
31 Gertrude Street
Port Pirie SA 5540
Prospect
Retirement Living
3 Bosanquet Avenue
Prospect SA 5082
Salisbury South (Adelaide Metro Home Care Office)
Home Care Office
1538 Main North Road
Salisbury South SA 5106
Whyalla (Regional Home Care Office)
Home Care Office
25 Newton Street
Whyalla SA 5600
Whyalla, Copperhouse Court
Residential Care
43A Flinders Avenue
Whyalla Stuart SA 5608
Whyalla, Yeltana
Residential Care
25 Newton Street
Whyalla SA 5600

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to frequently asked questions about aged care with Helping Hand.

The My Aged Care website is the starting point for everyone who is looking for information on government funded services.

We understand that having a conversation with a parent about getting older can be challenging and emotional – for everyone. We’ve developed a series of short films, where you can follow one family’s experiences, from different points of view, as they find themselves making decisions about aged care.

Most of us are comfortable talking about our retirement plans or drawing up a Will. Having plans in place for getting older is an extension of these types of arrangements.

An Advanced Care Directive is a legal form where people can express their personal wishes regarding their future health care, end of life choices, living arrangements or other personal matters. Power of Attorney is another legal arrangement where a parent appoints someone to oversee their financial, medical or personal affairs.

Having a conversation about these plans is a good way to start a conversation with your parents about their preferences and choices as they get older.

To find out more about Power of Attorney and Advanced Care Directives go to the South Australian Government website.

We understand that having a conversation with a parent about getting older can be challenging and emotional – for everyone. We’ve developed a series of short films, where you can follow one family’s experiences, from different points of view, as they find themselves making decisions about aged care.

The more informed you are, the more prepared you are for the highs and lows of caring for a parent who is getting older.

One of the benefits of early conversations about aged care services is that you create a calm space to find out how the aged care system works and how to navigate it. Once you start putting the picture together, you’ll learn about what services are available and how they align with your parent’s circumstances and their preferences.

We understand that having a conversation with a parent about getting older can be challenging and emotional – for everyone. We’ve developed a series of short films, where you can follow one family’s experiences, from different points of view, as they find themselves making decisions about aged care.

Helping Hand Stories

People of Helping Hand: Kay

Kay is a volunteer, history buff and entertainer at Copperhouse Court and Yeltana care homes in Whyalla.

People of Helping Hand: Kerrilee

Kerrilee (Kerri) has been part of the Parafield Gardens family for almost 14 years. This year, she joined the Lifestyles team, after working in the Memory Support Unit (MSU).

People of Helping Hand: Nat

As a Lifestyle Coordinator, Nat is passionate about making our Lightsview residential care home a welcoming place to live, as well as an inclusive and inspiring place to work.

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