Our approach

At Chorus, we offer the support you need to live independently and remain in your home. We work alongside you as equals, so you can live the life you choose.

We support you with two government subsidised home care options: Home and Community Care (HACC) and the Home Care Package (HCP) as well as social activities and outings.

Home and Community Care (HACC) provides you with a range of basic support services in your own home. You may be eligible for this service if you have difficulties with everyday tasks.

A Home Care Package (HCP) is available if your needs become more complex as you get older. You may be eligible for one of four “package” levels, ranging from basic to high-level care needs. The services could include help with showering, meal preparation, gardening, transport assistance, and health services.

Learn more about Home Care Packages

How we help

We are dedicated to helping you stay in your own home for as long as possible. Our in-home and community based supports can help you with...

How to get help

Chorus can help you stay at home. Let us guide you on what supports are available. We can advise you on eligibility criteria and how to be assessed depending on your needs.

Most of the services we offer are Government funded. We can advise you on eligibility criteria and fees.

Regional Assessment Service (RAS) and Home and Community Care (HACC)

RAS ensures services respond to you and your carer’s needs. It can help you gain skills to live independently in the community.

Chorus is one of two HACC Metropolitan RAS for the South West Metropolitan area of Perth. We provide a face-to-face holistic assessment for HACC eligible customers and their carers. We link you with a range of community services to meet your needs.

Once an assessment has been completed, RAS will make a referral to your service provider of choice, following a discussion about your needs and the availability of appropriate services.

Our team of Assessors are highly skilled and have relevant industry experience in Community Care.

If you would like some assistance to live independently at home, please contact My Aged Care on 1800 200 422.


Phone 1800 264 268

E-mail hello@chorus.org.au

Chorus Social Centres

Meadow Springs provides individual and group activities designed to develop, maintain or improve your physical, social and psychological independence.

What are the programs provided?
Our programs alternate between social activities and group outings to places and events in the wider community, depending on your needs and preferences.

When are the programs provided?

Our House (Monday & Friday)
Provides respite and socialisation in a friendly, caring atmosphere, focused on your individual needs.

Our House (Tuesday & Thursday)
Offers a safe and stimulating environment for people with dementia and provide carers with much needed respite.

Life Club (Monday)
Running from “Bortollo Pavillion” in Greenfields, this program offers a wide range of activities and outings for young adults with disabilities.

Flexi Club (Tuesday)
Offers weekly group outings in and around Perth and the South West, with the destinations being selected by the participants.

Men’s Club (Wednesday)
Created for men wanting to reconnect, develop or maintain their involvement in the community through social activities and fortnightly outings of their choosing.

Flexi Evening (Wednesday)
This supports younger people to participate in social activities that people of their own age in the community would be involved in.

Luncheon Club (Thursday)
An opportunity to choose and try a variety of restaurants and cafes in the Perth area in a group setting.

Falcon Group (Wednesday, Thursday & Friday)
Provides people with an opportunity to socialise in a supported environment. This group offers a wide variety of activities and outings.

16 Vermont Ave, Meadow Springs
Telephone: 9550 7888

Kennedy House is a social centre for seniors, located in Port Kennedy. Our homely environment, which has wheelchair access and is designed to accommodate ease of mobility, offers a range of fun and sociable activities to assist and provide support for seniors.

What are the programs provided?
We offer a variety of daily activities including morning teas, games, meals out, home-cooked lunches and gentle exercise.

We organise celebrations for annual events such as St Patrick’s Day, Easter and Christmas. We also offer regular outings and special events which promote active and healthy lifestyles, and are organised based on suggestions from customers.

When are the programs provided?
Programs at Kennedy House are provided from Monday to Friday and every second Saturday. We collect you from your home by bus between 9:15am – 10:30am and return you home at 2:30pm. A different group is catered for each day, as follows:

Monday people living with dementia
Tuesday mixed group
Wednesday ladies day
Thursday men’s day
Friday mixed group
Every second Saturday mixed groups

1 LeMans Elbow, Port Kennedy
Telephone: 9593 0622

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Transport Enquiries

We offer a pre-booked door to door service to destinations such as shopping centres, medical appointments, visits to family and friends and community centres. Call us on 1800 264 268 and we will help you get there.
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