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What We Do.

We Minimise Complexity by Navigating Your Transition to Residential Aged Care.

Navigating  Your Residential

Aged Care Journey

We listen to understand your needs & wants now and into the future – then we begin.

Specialised & Individualised


Whatever the circumstances, whatever the issues, ConciAge will meet your needs.

Navigating Your Residential


Aged Care Journey

ConciAge Listens to You to Understand Your Needs and Wants Now & Into the Future.
Then We Begin the Journey.

Address Immediate Needs

Address any immediate needs that have arisen because of a health or other issues.


Navigate Assessment and Funding Eligibility

The Commonwealth Government Assessment and Application Process (that's My Aged Care and ACAT) is complex and bureaucratic. ConciAge will navigate this process for you.


Manage Your Search For the Right Residential Care

Finding the right residential care is often difficult and always time consuming. ConciAge will manage this search for you.


Provide Options for Your Current Home & Prepare for your Move

The decisions about the future of your home are often extremely difficult. ConciAge will provide you options & whether you choose to keep, rent or sell your home we will manage the process for you. When the time comes we will co-ordinate packing with sensitivity and focus on minimising the stress of your move.


Manage Your Move & Settle you into your New Home

Moving is always difficult but when it is to a new stage of life it can be even harder. ConciAge will co-ordinate the packing and delivery of a lifetime of memories, manage your move and ready your new home for your arrival.


Ongoing Support - We Are There For You

ConciAge support continues providing advocacy services, entertainment, social support, whatever you need.

Specialised & Individualised Services.

Whatever the Circumstances, Whatever the Issue,
ConciAge will Work With You to Meet Your Needs.
  1. Advocacy services following an admission to hospital or an emergency.

  2. Return to independent living after a move to residential aged care if health improves or relocation to a different residential aged care

  3. Accessing respite in residential aged care

  4. Organisation of social or physical activities medical or other appointments

  5. Advocacy and attendance at residential care resident or family conferences

  6. Identifying providers and specialists for alternative or special needs

  7. Identifying mediation services where complex family or other situations arise

  8. Identifying legal practitioners for preparation of wills, power of attorney, guardianship

  9. Ongoing care and quality of life issues

  10. Life story work & supported holidays