Provide fast, free and independent service that works with families to assist in finding aged care vacancies for a loved one.
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The original and most trusted aged care website in Australia, helping you consider your options for home and community care, retirement living and residential aged care.
Supporting older people in South Australia to uphold their aged care and human rights for over 29 years. Assists elder people with information and access to residential aged care services.
Information, practical support and referrals for abused or disabled older people across New South Wales.
Provides information, support and can receive reports about concerns or risks of abuse, neglect or exploitation of older people and adults with disability.
Provides legal assistance, tenant advocacy, disability advocacy, community legal education and regional legal clinics, in the Great Southern community of Western Australia.
Non-profit organisation that was developed and set up to cater for the primary health care needs, including mental health support.
AnglicareNT is a non-government organisation providing government-funded welfare, social justice and community development programs for the urban, rural, regional and remote communities of the Northern Territory.
This website is for LGBTQIA+ people in relationships who are or may be experiencing domestic and family violence.
Resolve enquiries and complaints, raise awareness about discrimination and its impacts, and take action to influence change.
Community settlement services scheme provides casework and community development services to humanitarian entrants, women and the aged.
We support ‘active ageing’, especially for the over 50s, as it allows people to realise their potential for physical, social, and mental well being throughout their life.
Provides information on service providers to help people get around and remain independent and safe in their own homes.
Helping to improve the experience of ageing through research, policy and practice. It convenes a special interest group on elder abuse.
The Australian Banking Association (ABA) is comprised of 24 member banks and contributes to the development of public policy in banking, including the new Code of Banking Practice.