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Our why

Search a comprehensive range of home care services

New to care & confused by the options?

DailyCare is dedicated to finding better ways to care for, and support those, who have cared for us.

DailyCare is a hub for all things Aged Care. Our unique system makes it easy to connect consumers and their families to home care, respite and residential care providers across Australia.

Start by entering your suburb or postcode in the search bar. Explore the provider profiles and mark listings that you like as a ‘favourite’ to build a shortlist of care options. This list can be saved and even emailed to family and friends.

We believe in creating empowered choice, driven by the consumer for the consumer, so we have created an extensive library of content that explains the sometimes-complicated aged care system, and will assist you in making the right choice for you or your family member.

Build your knowledge of the care system by saving relevant Aged Care Explained articles to your favourites, or read them right here on the site.

If you do have a question you can always contact us. We will help you, or your family, to make the most informed and empowered choices.

Why do we do this? We think it’s important to tell you: Our Why

What you need to know

Aged Care Explained

Outsource & get on with living

How do I find home care near me? Home care describes the help and support services you can access from the government, community groups and private organisations to help you stay in your home and live a comfortable life.

Our guide to home care explains everything you need to know, including funding, eligibility and how to find a good home care provider near you.

Home care

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Aged Care Explained

Respite care

What is the best way to find short term respite care near me? Respite care gives help to caregivers, and those being cared for, by giving them a break from their usual care arrangements. It can include anything from a short stay in care accommodation to help at home on a regular basis.

Find out about help for carers, respite care options, availability, costs and everything else you need to know.

Respite info

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Aged Care Explained

Make the move

I'm looking for aged care near me? Residential aged care homes (previously called nursing homes) offer permanent, personal round-the-clock care.

Here we’ve identified the most important things you need to know to make well-informed decisions with confidence. From choosing and applying through to funding and subsidies, we spell out the steps clearly so you know your options up-front.

Residential care

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Aged Care Explained

Dementia care

If you or a loved one has had a dementia diagnosis, it can be helpful to understand the support that’s available to you as well as the general symptoms and stages.

For some people, living at home isn’t practical, and they need the permanent support of dementia care in residential aged care. But for many people, remaining at home is not only possible, but actively supported through a home care package and respite care.

Dementia care

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News on the grapevine

Aged Care Volunteer Visitors Scheme

The ACVVS is a free program for eligible aged care recipients.
Visits are available to anyone receiving government-subsidised residential aged care or Home Care Package (HCP) who are socially isolated or lonely.

Latest news

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