Friendship, fun and positive surrounds are at the heart of our social activities. At BlueCare, we understand how important it is to have company and we will work with you to make sure you feel connected and valued.

From one-on-one board games in your home to a fishing trip with like-minded folk, we pride ourselves on working with you to find people and pastimes that suit your personality and passion. Half-price Tuesday at the movies is a much-loved outing for many, or we can take you to your favourite cafe for a coffee and a chance to watch the passing parade. Maybe you’d prefer a visit to the library, council activities, social shopping, second-hand shops or community art classes.

At BlueCare, we’re here to help you keep connected to friends and community in whichever way suits you.

Talk to us today! Call 1300 258 322 or fill out the form below. To find out more about our BlueCare and our commitment to you, read our Client Information Book.

Home Care Funding, Fees and Costs

Federal government funding is available for home care services or you can pay for services outright (fee for service). Here we show you the different funding options and the fees and costs involved.

Commonwealth Home Support Program

An entry-level government program for older people who need some help with basic tasks.

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Home Care Packages

Government funding for more comprehensive help at home, with more flexibility and choice of services.

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Fee for service

Self-funded option to purchase home care services direct from BlueCare.

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