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About our services

Whether you're getting older, have a disability, or returning home from a stay in hospital, our well trained and skilled team can keep you comfortable, safe and independent at home. You can access services from one hour a week through to 24 hours a day, every day; choose one service, or mix and match a bundle to create a personal ‘support plan’. We can help with every aspect of your daily routine: from getting up and getting ready, to cleaning, shopping, pursuing your hobbies and attending appointments.

All of the staff and carers are awesome.  Very caring, supportive and we rely on them to maintain my father to stay at home.

Elderly woman picking tomatoes with carer

In your home

Get help with your daily routine around the house: cleaning, laundry, cooking, getting ready in the morning, preparing for bed, showering, and more.

In your home
elderly man with carer out driving

Getting around

Travel to and from your appointments, do the grocery shopping, go to the hairdresser, visit friends and family, and more.

Getting around
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Health and wellbeing

Get assistance to continue your hobbies, stay active, organising your medical appointments, and more.

Health and wellbeing
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Fun, family and friends

Visit your family and friends, get actively involved in your hobbies, learn to use technology to stay in touch, or get out and about in your community.

Fun, family and friends
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Caring for your carers

If you’re caring for a loved one—we offer comprehensive support by taking on your usual responsibilities as a primary carer.

Caring for your carers

Macleod Cottage Respite

We offer respite options as a regular planned service or in response to an unexpected event.

Macleod Cottage Respite

Wellness Centre

The Mercy Health Wellness Centre offers a range of health and fitness programs for people over the age of 65.

Wellness Centre

Dementia support

A dementia diagnosis does not mean you have to give up the things you love or enjoy, but it may involve some small changes to make everyday living easier. Mercy Health can help you identify and implement these changes.

Dementia support

Last reviewed May 9, 2018.