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How is Home Care Funded

Commonwealth Home Support Programme

If you’re over 65, or an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander over 50, you could be eligible for government-subsidised home care.

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If you’re over 65, or an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander over 50, you could be eligible for government-subsidised home care.
Introduction

Like living at home but need some help to look after yourself and do the things you enjoy?

If this sounds like you, the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) may be a good option. It provides ‘entry-level’ home support services to seniors across Australia.

With CHSP, the focus is on keeping you independent and safe in your own home by providing hassle-free support in the areas you need it – like with cleaning, preparing meals or getting to or participating in social activities.

Want to know more?

Contact our Customer Care Team or find answers to your questions in our Home Care Help Centre

What’s included?

As a leading provider of the CHSP in WA, we have your care needs covered – now and as they change.

If you have been receiving services under Home and Community Care (HACC), then you are likely now receiving these same services under CHSP.

Want to know more?

Together, let’s see how CHSP Services can make the immediate difference you deserve.

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We can help you keep your home and garden in tip top shape.

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Community & Social

Whether it’s keeping in touch with friends, getting out in the community or making your appointments, we can help.

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Health & Wellbeing

Enjoy the confidence that comes from feeling your best with our in-home personal care and wellbeing services.

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Am I eligible?

You may be eligible for CHSP or other services.

If you’re over 65 years of age or over 50 years if you’re an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, and you may be eligible.

People younger than 65, and living with a disability, may still qualify for funding through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

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Need short-term support to help regain your health and independence.

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