Anglicare Tasmania your local provider of Senior Service

Anglicare is a reliable and highly reputable Tasmanian not for profit organisation. Founded in 1983 Anglicare, in response to the Christian faith, is committed to achieving social justice for all Tasmanians and to provide the opportunity for people in need to reach fullness of life.

Our values guide the work that we do and are based on the rights of citizenship, dignity, individual autonomy and other fundamental freedoms, which enable full participation and inclusion in society.

Anglicare is the largest community service organisation in Tasmania with offices in Hobart, Glenorchy, Launceston, St Helens, Devonport and Burnie. Our friendly qualified support staff receive regular training updates and are medication endorsed. Motivated leaders with solid industry experience manage teams and efficient business management practices that guarantee more services through low home care package administration costs.

Anglicare’s aged care programs include all levels of Home Care Packages and the Commonwealth Home Support Program. Our senior services support positive ageing and recognises that staying connected to the community in which you live, being with family and friends and being able to do the things that you enjoy are important to your overall wellbeing and staying independent.

Anglicare’s senior services was an early adopter and champion of consumer directed care believing that you have the capacity to make and bear responsibility for choices and decisions about your own life. Through a partnership approach our staff focus on your strengths and abilities and where challenges are experienced we support you to reach your goals and celebrate with you when they have been reached.

Using strength-based and evidence-based practice Anglicare provides services to support you to remain independent in your own home and to remain engaged within your community. We provide information and training to enable you to control and maximise the benefits of your individual home care package budget.

Our Clinical Team of Case Managers will provide information and discuss flexible support options with you so that you can create and build a package of support that enables you to live the life that you want. Our Clinical Team can also monitor your health needs and provide nursing services within the comfort of your own home.

If you would like to know more about the services that Anglicare can offer, or if you are looking to change providers please give our office a call on 1800 466 300. Our Care Coordination Team will be happy to answer your questions.

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