Do you need support accessing your local community?

Do you know an older person who needs extra assistance with tasks around the home?

Or would you like to connect someone you know in aged care with new friends?


Wherever you are on your aged care journey, Footprints Community is here to answer your questions and provide support.

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If you’re new to aged care support, its acronyms and organisations like My Aged Care can sometimes seem new and overwhelming. At Footprints we believe that we truly are ‘better together’ – which means we are committed to understanding you and providing key information to help you access tailored aged care services and support.

We’re proud to showcase the range of aged care awards we have received. We believe they are a testament to our commitment to our aged care community.

Footprints’ award-winning aged care team offer a range of programs, working with you to understand the best service for you, or someone you care for.

I love attending the Groups. They provide an extremely social environment, and the staff are always friendly and helpful, from the moment you’re greeted at reception. The music group has been a great way for me to reinvigorate my passion for dancing — coming to Groups is like visiting your best friends.
Aged Care Social Support Group client

Explore the aged care programs below.

Image of an older lady receiving care from a support worker as part of home care packages
Home Care Packages (HCP)
Providing you with tailored quality care to support you to live independently and to enhance your lifestyle.
An older man having coffee with a care worker as part of the Commonwealth Home Support Program
Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP)
CHSP offers a range of services, based on what you need to live at home for longer.
Older people sitting having coffee as part of the Footprints Social Support Group
Social Support Groups (SSG)
Develop friendships and make real connections.
Image of an Indigenous woman having a cup of coffee. She is participating in the Care Finder Program.
Care finder
Connecting older vulnerable people with support.
Image of an older woman and a younger woman laughing over a cup of coffee as part of the Aged Care Volunteer Visitors Scheme
Aged Care Volunteer Visitors Scheme (ACVVS)
Visits to older people to provide friendship and companionship
Older man smiling as part of the healthy aging connections program
Healthy Ageing Connections (HAC)
Improving health outcomes at home.

Award winning care

Footprints is an award-winning organisation. Footprints won the Voice Project 2023 Best Workplace Award and multiple Aged Care awards.

Footprints Community won the 2023 Voice Project Best Workplace Award

Read our Aged Care stories

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John’s story | Accessing the care finder program
I love care finder because …. they help people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. John (not his real name), who is from a CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse) background, had severe psychotic symptoms and malnutrition exacerbated by social isolation during the COVID pandemic. Following a concerned report from his neighbours, emergency services found that […]
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Sal's story | Team member spotlight
DisabilityAged care
Sal’s story | Team member spotlight
Congratulations to Sal, Aged Care Activities Coordinator on your 20th work anniversary at Footprints Community! Hi, I am Sal and I have been working at Footprints Community for more than 20 years. I think Footprints is a very unique organisation because there are so many different programs and that’s the reason I have been here […]
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Upcoming Aged Care Events

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Held across the country from 7-14 July 2024, NAIDOC Week will celebrate and recognise the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. 19Oct

Wan’diny NAIDOC

Join us at the Wan’diny NAIDOC on 19 October 2024.

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