Age Care Services
121 Care is an accredited, non-profit organisation established in 1992 to ensure people with disabilities living – or holidaying – on the Sunshine Coast have access to the support services they need.
We believe that older people at a local community level can promote and provide for their health and well-being by participating in decisions and activities in pursuit of a quality of life, by managing their programs with assistance and support from government.
Aged and Disability Advocacy Australia (ADA Australia) is a not-for-profit, independent, community based advocacy and education service with more than 25 years’ experience in supporting and improving the wellbeing of older people and people with disability.
Our advocacy services are free, confidential and client focused. ADA Australia also offers a range of education and training options.
Providing seamless support and true continuity of care from a warm and professional team. We are flexible to meet your changing needs, with the same friendly faces every time whether you need a little help around the house or 24-hour support. We also offer home care, transition care, respite care, chronic illness support, palliative care, and dementia support.
It’s a not-for-profit volunteer organisation whose major purpose is to represent this rapidly growing section of the Australian population at all levels of Government.
Office bearers at all levels are volunteers. Their efforts are supplemented by planning and policy committees comprising members of the company.
The Association of Independent Retirees provides a range of benefits for members including copies of The Retiree magazine.
What are the goals of A.I.R.?
To work for the benefit and welfare of partly or fully self-funded retirees.
To seek a fair and just economic, taxation and social environment that recognises and compensates for the special problems of fully or partly self-funded retirees.
To provide information on all matters pertaining to retirees.
To conduct research to further the objects of the Company.
To seek recognition as a body speaking for retirees at Local, State and Federal Government levels, and by the community at large and by the media.
To foster membership of the Company throughout Australia.
To cooperate with other organisations with objectives consistent with those of the Company.
Blackall Range Care Group provides a wide range of community care services for eligible people who require some assistance with healthcare, personal care, transport or maintaining their home. These services are supported by funding from the Commonwealth Home Support Program, the Australian Government Home Care Package Program, and the Queensland Government Community Care Program. We also offer Private Services on a full fee basis for those not yet eligible for funded services, or who are seeking services in addition to those able to be offered through funded programs.
60 Kuran Street
The Burnie Brae Centre is a Not-for-Profit Incorporated Organisation which opened in Chermside in March, 1984.
The Centre offers a wide range of social, educational and recreational activities to over 50’s with two membership options currently set at $5.00 and $20.00 per year plus a $5.00 Joining Fee. Additionally, the organisation auspices a range of government funded community services for seniors, frail aged persons and younger people with disabilities managed by a team of dedicated professionals striving to provide the highest possible standard of service to clients and their families.
Office Hours are 8.00am – 4.30pm Monday to Friday each week and the Centre is also open at other times for activities and functions.
Find out more about how Burnie Brae has successfully grown and developed to be a leader in quality care services for Seniors and people with disabilities.
Carers Link provides quality, personalised care for people with disability of all ages, the elderly, and carers. We deliver innovative, person centred services and focus on each client’s needs and goals to assist them to live independently, and empower them to live the life they choose.
Carers Queensland is the peak body representing and advocating on behalf of carers throughout Queensland.
We work collaboratively with the Carers Associations in each state and territory and our partners to influence the development of policies and essential services at a state level.
Our core work includes:
representing the voice of carers
raising awareness of carers and caring in our communities
research, policy development and effective advocacy
providing quality services and programs to support the needs of carers and the people they care for
Our bilingual and bicultural team will organise and deliver your services with a focus on providing care that aligns with your traditions and culture.