Umbrella Multicultural Community Care Services Inc.

Umbrella Multicultural Community Care Services Inc.

“Being part of Umbrella means belonging to a fun and caring multicultural family.”


All of our aged care programs and services, including Home and Community Care (HACC) and the new Home Care Packages, are designed to assist older people to remain living independently in their homes by giving them the flexibility and choice of how their care and support will be provided.  We recognise each client’s specific needs and acknowledge gender, age, religious, interest and cultural background.


In 2000, a group of dedicated people from multicultural backgrounds had a dream. They wanted to create an independent, community based organisation to look after their people. They wanted to be inclusive of all communities and to have everyone under one UMBRELLA. Today, Umbrella Inc. provides services to more than 500 seniors from 52 different countries in the Perth metropolitan area and Peel region. We offer over 20 various innovative and culturally appropriate aged care services under one umbrella of quality, value and personalised care.

Umbrella’s leading innovations in the delivery of high quality and culturally appropriate services to elderly from culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) and sexuality and gender diverse (LGBTI+) backgrounds have resulted in receiving the Award in the Small Provider Category at the 2016 ACSWA Excellence in Care Award.

At Umbrella, we believe that everyone has an equal right to enjoy their “Golden Years”. We believe that language, gender identity, culture or financials should not be a barrier to accessing quality services. We believe that Umbrella’s ethos of respect, passion, commitment to our mission and our staff’s hard work can change someone’s life.

  • We speak your languagþ  You have the same worker every time
  • We listen – you can always talk to us
  • Have fun – guaranteed to make you smile!
  • We are compassionate, responsive and reliable
  • You have the flexibility and choice of how your support is provided
  • All you have to do is to TALK TO US!

At Home Care - At Home

At home care services provide seniors with domestic work around the house, so they are able to spend more time doing other activities with their friends and family.  

Day Centre - Activities & Outings

This program provides an opportunity for people to get together, at a fixed location on a regular basis to maintain their social interactions on a weekly basis.

Social Clubs & Activities - Activities & Outings

These innovative social groups are in high demand as they provide specific activities based on people’s interest or abilities such as computer lessons, men’s shed projects and much more.

Excursions - Activities & Outings

People have the opportunity to go out to concerts, to longer bus trips, and special events such as expos and fairs.

Health & Fitness - Activities & Outings

These stimulating, innovative and fun programs provide modified, low-impact movements and easy-to-follow rhythm for older adults who love a healthy, active lifestyle.

Carer’s Group - Activities & OutingsThe carers program provides valuable support services for family members, partners and loved ones of Umbrella clients.

Award Winning Aged Care Provider – Leader in Diverse Aged Care

You can contact us via the following methods:

Office Address: 39 Abernathy Road, Belmont, WA, 6104, Australia

Postal Address: P.O Box 311, Belmont, WA, 6104, AustraliaTelephone: (08) 9275 4411

Fax: (08) 92758993

Email: [email protected]



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Caroline has a wealth of experience writing within the retirement and aged care sector and is a contributing journalist for the and agedcare101 blog and accompanying newsletters.

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Ian is a journalist, writer and sub-editor for the aged care sector, working at The DCM Group. He writes for The Weekly Source, agedcare101, and the DCM Institute fortnightly newsletter Friday. Ian is in daily contact with CEOs of retirement living, land lease and the aged care operations and makes a new contact every week. He investigates media releases, LinkedIn and Facebook for a good source for ideas for stories.

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