Caring for someone can be challenging, both emotionally and physically. It can also be a rewarding experience.
Caring for someone at home
There are many services to help and support you when caring for someone at home. Learn more about these services and how to receive them.
Caring for someone in an aged care home
Deciding to move into an aged care home can be a difficult decision for the person moving and their family, friends and carers. Read more about caring for someone in an aged care home.
Respite care is a form of support for both care recipients and carers. Find out about the different types of short-term care available.
Caring for someone with a particular need
Everyone’s care needs are different. There are lots of resources, services and support groups available when caring for someone with a particular need.
- Caring for someone living with dementia
- Caring for someone with a chronic disease
- Caring for someone with incontinence
- Caring for someone with a mental health condition
- Caring for someone with hearing, vision and oral health difficulties
- Caring for someone with a disability
Caring for someone nearing the end of their life
Caring for someone nearing the end of their life can be emotionally and physically draining. Find out how you can access support.
There are many useful contacts and resources available to help you in your caring role.