Seniors

Cambridge seniors to receive more services and greater choice

From 1 July this year, seniors living in the Town of Cambridge will be able to access a wider variety of home support and community care services as the Town of Cambridge joins a growing number of local governments transitioning out of the delivery of Home and Community Care (HACC) services in Western Australia.

As of 1 January, 2018 the Town of Cambridge is not accepting new referrals for HACC Services but will continue to provide the same high quality service to existing care recipients until 30 June 2018.

For more information about the decision and the transition download the following:

Media Release - Cambridge-seniors-to-receive-more-services-and-greater-choice.pdf(PDF, 538KB)

Client-FAQ.pdf(PDF, 40KB)

Cambridge Seniors Services

Cambridge Senior Services currently provides Home and Community Care (HACC) services to over 200 existing care recipients. HACC is a government funded program that offers basic support services to older community members so they can continue to live well at home.

Eligibility for services is determined by a HACC assessment and care recipients pay a fee as a contribution to the support services that are provided.

Home Support Services

Cambridge Senior Services provides a range of home support services to assist with maintaining an independent lifestyle and staying connected with your local community.

All services are aligned to the HACC national standards.

  • Domestic assistance
  • Personal care
  • Individual shopping assistance
  • Social support
  • Respite
  • Transport to medical appointments
  • Group transport - shopping bus service
How to arrange a HACC assessment
  • Contact the Regional Assessment Service on 1300 785 415
  • Visit the My Aged Care website
  • Seek advice from your GP

For more information contact Cambridge Senior Services on 9387 9100.

Cambridge Club  

The Cambridge Club is a seniors day centre program held at the Wembley Community Centre. The program offers eligible HACC clients the opportunity to socialise, participate in outings and group activities, in a friendly, relaxed environment. 

Club days are Monday to Friday, from 9.30am to 3pm. Daily fees do apply and meals are available.

We produce a Cambridge Club day program every month so you can see all the fun and social activities you can get involved in.

View Cambridge Club Program(PDF, 917KB)

Positive Ageing

Organisations supporting positive ageing
Seniors Recreation Council
The peak body for organisations supporting seniors' involvement in sport and recreation, the Seniors Recreation Council is constantly reviewing its strategies to increase the participation of seniors in sport, recreation and associated physical and mental activity.

(08) 9492 9773

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COTA
The peak national organisation representing the rights, needs and interests of older Australians.  COTA Australia is the national policy and advocacy arm of the COTA Federation which comprises COTAs in each State and Territory. COTA Australia focuses on policy issues from the perspective of older people as citizens and consumers.

(08) 9472 0104

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Advocare Incorporated
An independent, community based, not for profit organisation that supports and protects the rights of older people and people with disabilities. 

(08) 9479 7566

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