It’s What We Do
Afea is a provider of compassionate, nurturing and experienced Carers, specialising in responsive Home Care. No matter how little or how much help you or your family needs, we are Committed to Caring.
Driven by Our Vision to be The Most Trusted Care Provider and inspired by Our Mission To Empower People, we strive to make a real difference in the community, giving our clients the support and empowerment they need to live their best life.
What our clients are saying
I have been amazed by the efficiency of the entire team. The care manager perfectly assessed the needs of my son who is autistic. First services were provided within 7 days only. No waiting list!!! The carers are dedicated and knowledgeable. Thank you Afea.Tarek Azziz, Disability support
In the short time my father has been receiving support, he has developed a level of trust in Alan, not shown previously toward other care workers. In his role as carer, Alan is able to establish good boundaries, encouraging my father without being forceful. My father always refuses to shower, but with gentle prompts and conversation, Alan is successful in persuading him.Shirley Moore, Aged Care Services
My son has severe autism. I’m very grateful to have consistent and reliable staff on hand to care for him. When Liz is with my son, I don’t need to worry about anything else. She takes him on outings and involves him in fun activities. Since Liz has been assisting us, my son has improved both at home and in the way he interacts with other kids and people.
The Office Staff at Afea are very attentive to our needs and always ready and willing to listen to our requests.Peter Newman, Disability services
We understand the care industry
To improve the quality of the care services we provide, it’s important
to understand the statistical nature of our growing population.
of the Australian population is aged 65 and over
of hospitalisations during 2014 were people over 65
of people aged 65 and over were born overseas
of the population have disability. That’s around 4.2 million people
of the population have profound disability. That's 1.4 million people
of the population provide informal care to an older person or someone with disability
of these cases were male
were people aged over 65 years
of older women hospitalised during 2012, were the result of a fall