We provide support and services to assist people to live independently and comfortably as part of the Commonwealth Home Support Program.
For more information contact our Aged and Disability Intake Officer on 9407 5935.
These services are available to residents of the City of Whittlesea who are either:
Our friendly team can meet with you to discuss what kind of support is best suited to you, your carer or family.
Unfortunately we do not provide transport, but there are a number of community organisations who provide transport services.
The Federal Government has introduced My Aged Care, a centralised intake system for any new aged care services. Residents will be required to register with My Aged Care by contacting them on 1800 200 422.
Once they have been registered, a referral will be forwarded to the local Regional Assessment Service. When the referral is received, the resident/family/friend/carer will be contacted to organise an assessment.
Contact the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to check eligibility.
The Brotherhood of St Laurence is a local partner agency in the City of Whittlesea who can provide support and access to the NDIS.
If you are not eligible for services from the NDIS, contact our Aged and Disability Intake Officer on 9407 5935.
The State and Federal Government help fund home support services, which we then deliver to the community.
We follow the State Government fees policy which means you pay a fee that is based on your income and expenses.
We will discuss this with you at the assessment stage.
City of Whittlesea is excited to receive registrations from local lawns, garden maintenance and general trades businesses for our new initiative – Seniors Local Business Directory.
The aim of this initiative is to provide lawns and trades contact information directly to our older residents and residents with disabilities.
Benefits of registering your business:
For further information about the Seniors Business Directory, please contact Aged and Disability Intake Officer on 9407 5935.