integratedliving Australia has been operating for over 20 years and has a long and proud history of helping older Australians based in rural, regional and remote communities to access the services and support they need to remain at home. We provide home and community-based care, health and wellbeing services to older people and those living with a disability.
We are a not-for-profit organisation and a registered charity. This means we operate purely for the benefit of our clients and the communities we serve.
We have more than 1000 team members who are compassionate, qualified specialists and most importantly, local people who live in the communities we serve.
We provide our clients with choice and control, and high quality, safe and timely support and care. We offer health and wellness options so that clients can live an active life, improve chronic health conditions and recover more quickly from hospitalisations and major health incidents. We want every older Australian to live, feel and be well as they age.
With over 20,000 clients situated across rural, regional and remote communities in the Northern Territory, Queensland, the ACT, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania and almost one million hours of service delivered in 2019/20, we continue to lead and adapt to improve our service offerings and client experience.
During COVID-19, our exercise and activity centre activities and our Wellness for Independence® programs have been adapted, with online versions now available to people no matter where they live.
We’ve been recognised both nationally and internationally for our services, programs and people. Last year we won Ageing Asia’s 8th Eldercare Innovation Award for Best Dementia Care Program and our 8-Week Wellness Introductory Program was a finalist in the Best Rehabilitation Award category.
We’re industry leaders, developing new ways of delivering aged care services that are more person-centred and led, and will include health partners who will be advocates in care for each client.
Join us at one of our integratedliving Healthier at Home virtual forums and we can show you where to start accessing aged care services, empowering you to live, feel and be well as you age.
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