Carer support

Caring for those caring for older people by providing practical help, support and advice, including much-needed breaks and activities to help you stay socially connected.

To ensure you can continue your vital caring role, we provide carers with opportunities to take a break to rest and re-energise. We also provide you with social and recreational opportunities so you can connect with others and learn useful skills as well as support such as domestic help, personal care and transport assistance when you are unable to perform your caring role. Additionally, we offer respite so you can take a short break and recharge.

Carer support services

Respite services

We can arrange for you to have a break from your caring role by providing home, community and residential respite.  

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Dementia workshop

Delivered by a registered psychologist, this workshop for carers explores how dementia impacts thinking, emotions and behaviour.

Young Carers Program

Our Young Carers Program supports young people aged up to 18 years who are in a significant caring role to remain in school or education.

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Resource Options and Support for Carers

The Resource Options and Support for Carers program provides support to people who are living in metropolitan Adelaide and caring for someone aged over 18 years with a mental illness.

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Carers groups

Our monthly groups connect and support carers.

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Mindfulness Mondays

Mindfulness practice enables us to develop a more flexible and adaptive response to stressĀ and improve our psychological wellbeing.

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Domestic assistance

When you are not able to, let us assist you with domestic tasks, personal care and transport assistance.

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Financial counselling

Our financial counselling service is free, confidential and non-judgmental and available to anyone experiencing financial difficulty to help them stop worrying about bills and be in control of their money.

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