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Exercise classes

Attending exercise classes is a fun and social way to help build strength and fitness as well as maintain an active, and independent lifestyle.

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Allied health & nursing

We have many allied health professionals who can visit at home, or in one of our Healthcare Centres across Adelaide. We have friendly, qualifies staff ready to assist you with physio, podiatry, OT and more.

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Social groups

Joining a social group is a great way to keep active. We offer many different groups that clients can choose from based on their interests. Make new friends, stay in touch with old ones, and enhance your health and wellbeing.

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Mental wellbeing

Joining a wellness group is a great way to meet new people and improve your mental health and wellbeing. The group sessions cover a range of topics designed to assist you in reducing social isolation, dealing with grief and loss, and improving your general mental health.

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Connect with us to find out more

If you need more information you can call one of our friendly team members now, or request a callback at a preferred time.

Or if you are ready to register your interest in this service, you can do this online now too.

Advice about Help at Home

The cost of help at home services varies from person to person, depending on what services you are receiving, and your own personal financial situation. The Government may contribute toward your care costs, and you may be asked to contribute towards them too if you can afford it. My Aged Care provides an overview of the costs involved on their website, and we also publish our fees for Home Care Packages and Elevate by Helping Hand on our website.

You can talk to our Home Care Services team with any queries about your account, on 1300 444 663. You can also contact our Accounts Department on 08 8366 5426 if you are having trouble with a payment. Please have your Client ID number ready – this can be found on the top right-hand side of your Tax Invoice/Statement.

Transition care provides short-term care after a hospital stay to help you get back on your feet. You can have nursing, physical therapy and personal care services. You will need to have hospital staff arrange an assessment while you are still an inpatient, or you can arrange this yourself by phoning My Aged Care on 1800 200 422.

The Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) supports older people who are still managing well, but want some extra assistance, at home. Home Care Packages (HCP) provide more care and support services on an ongoing basis, for people whose needs are more intensive or complex. Both programs give you support to stay at home, but there are some differences:


  • choose from a set menu of services – there isn’t much flexibility
  • only pay for the services you use
  • dip in and out of the program as you need things
  • have your eligibility assessed by the Regional Assessment Service (RAS).


  • a Home Care Coordinator helps you understand the system and work out a care plan that suits your individual needs and preferences
  • you get your own funds to use and can decide how to spend it, rather than choosing from a menu
  • once you have a package, it stays in place for the long term
  • your eligibility is assessed by the Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT).

Yes. We’re really happy when you find a worker that you click with, and encourage you to let us know if you’d like a specific team member to visit you regularly. We will do our best to make sure we schedule them in with you, however at times it may not be possible if there has to be a last minute change to your service date or time. We will always let you know in advance if someone different to usual will be visiting you.