If you care for someone, we care for you.
Every day, one in six South Australians are looking after loved ones who have a disability, a serious physical or mental illness or are becoming frail as they get older.
Carer Support is a not for profit organisation providing a one-stop support service to people caring for a loved one in Adelaide’s eastern and southern suburbs.
With nearly 30 years’ experience, Carer Support understands that looking after someone with an illness or disability, or who is getting frail as they get older, can take a huge toll on a carer’s own health and family life.
We can provide you with practical help, support and advice, including providing much-needed breaks and activities to help you stay socially connected.
If you care for someone and you live in south or east Adelaide it’s as easy as registering a few of your details with us.
Our qualified team are based at offices in Glandore, Campbelltown and Morphett Vale and serve these council areas in South Australia:
- Norwood, Payneham & St Peters
We also provide services to people over 65 who are finding it harder to stay living happily and safely in their own home.
We arrange assistance with daily tasks and organise day trips to help seniors maintain their independence.
NDIS Your Way - a division of Carer Support
Carer Support also has a dedicated, knowledgeable team to provide information to help people understand the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
We provide services to help people with a disability, their carer and their family to transition to the scheme, we offer hassle-free plan management and NDIS support coordination.
Our mission is to give you responsive, flexible and meaningful support, to earn your trust, to treat you with respect, acknowledge your commitment and dedication and, tailor our support to your requirements, and stay connected with you whenever necessary.
Our Vision is a better life for everyone because they're getting all the support they need for as long as they need it.
Our services are no cost or low cost thanks to grants from Australian Department of Social Services, Australian Government Department of Health, South Australian Government Department of Human Services and funds raised by our generous supporters.