The Salvation Army provides two types of aged care services –
• Community aged care for people who need extra assistance to stay in their own home,
• Residential aged care for people who feel that they can no longer live in their own home.
Home Care Packages: If you feel that you could stay in your own home if you could just get some help with daily tasks such as shopping, cleaning, washing, personal care, garden care then Salvation Army community aged care may be available to assist you. Salvation Army provides community based home care in Tasmania, Victoria, Queensland and NSW.
For advice visit www.salvos.org.au/homecarepackages
Residential Aged Care: Salvation Army residential aged care services provides accommodation with continuous supported care ranging from help with daily tasks and personal care through to 24-hour nursing care. Aged Care accommodation is available in Hobart, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. If you want to find out more about Salvation Army residential aged care sites in Queensland and NSW and the services offered, visit http://agedcareplus.salvos.org.au/
The Salvation Army has provided care and accommodation for older Australians for more than 90 years. The Salvation Army's work in aged care began with a commitment to homeless people and the most disadvantaged in the community. This service has been extended to include others in need of aged care.