Compassion for Life


Personal support (up to 24 hours)

Support or care is delivered by a helper for a minimum of 1 hour and up to 24 hours a day. Helpers will assist with various daily living tasks including:

  • personal hygiene
  • dressing
  • feeding
  • meal preparation
  • ambulatory assistance
  • medication supervision or prompts
  • support to attend appointments and leisure activities

Domestic support

Domestic support is ideal if you require assistance with day-to-day tasks such as light home maintenance;

  • gardening
  • cleaning
  • ironing
  • meal preparation
  • shopping
  • other light house chores

In-home Nursing (up to 24hours)

A dedicated nurse will provide short-term care and monitoring in your home. For example, a period following a hospital admission as you continue to recover or during times when hospital is not your preferred option and it is safe for you to receive care at home.


Overnight support

Support or care is delivered by a helper who will either sleepover or work an active night to monitor for safety and meet your support or care needs overnight.

Overnight support is ideal for those times when family or usual supports aren't available to assist. Overnight support can help with:

• Providing care and supervision overnight

• Giving respite to primary caregivers

In-home Therapies

Professional therapists such as Physiotherapists, Exercise physiologists and Psychologist can deliver support to you whist you are in the comfort of your home at no additional cost. You do not have to attend clinical setting.

Occupational therapists will conduct home environment assessments, as well as your daily living skills.


Live-in support (48 hours and over)

A dedicated helper will reside with you in your home for a few days depending on your needs and requirements. Live-in care service can be convenient when family or usual supports aren’t available or simple need a break. On such occasions you do not need to go to a residential facility. You will be able to receive personalised care whilst you remain in the comfort of your home.

We also know that hospital stay can be daunting. Therefore, we can easily get you support and care for you to receive certain treatment whilst at home instead of hospital.

Companionship and Community access

Living alone can be lonely and isolating. Our helpers will enhance your quality of life by spending time with you to socialise, facilitate your hobbies by taking you to your preferred social groups and places of interests including short breaks and holidays. This will minimise or prevent the impact of loneliness and isolation, known to contribute to poor quality of life, stress and consequently poor mental and physical health. It will also help you learn new skills and improve your quality of life.

Our services are delivered on demand to suit your needs.


Funding & Payment

You can receive services through us:

  • If you are an NDIS participant with a plan manager or self managing NDIS funds
  • If you are eligible or approved or in receipt of either of the following funding: Home Care Package, Commonwealth Home Support Programme, Veterans Home Care, Transport Accident Commission
  • By paying from personal funds outright using secure payment methods
  • In certain circumstances your Private Health Insurance might contribute to the cost of services. Check with your Private Health Insurance provider what they can cover or fund

If you currently don’t have either of the above funding, don’t stress. There is government funding available for older people (aged 65 and above) and for people with a disability. Government subsidy or other types of funding may cover all or part of the costs. If you require more hours than funded, you can top up using personal funds as and when required.

You can independently apply for your own funding. Alternatively, contact us, our partners can assist you to apply for funding for free. They will also manage your funding at an affordable price. You can access Home Care Packages or Commonwealth Home Support Programme funding information here and here.

For more information on the processes to be undertaken to access funding and aged care services, call the hotline 1800 200 422 or click here to visit the My Aged Care website.

Veterans can also access funding. Click here for information on veterans funding.

Home care package recipient:

Our partners can support with Home Care Package management at a low cost compared to other providers on the market. They can also assist you with the process of self managing your Home Care Package, which allows you the freedom to choose and arrange support services and saves you money. The savings realised through engaging our partners will leave you with more funds available to pay for services.

NDIS participants: 

If you are self managing your NDIS funding, you can book services via our platform at anytime.

If you are on plan management, have a chat with your support coordinators and plan manager regarding engaging services through our platform. In the meantime, please get in touch with us to discuss your needs and help options.

Refer to our negotiable pricing schedule below. Contact us for more details.

Prices for Services