Caring for the people you love

Personalised and professional home care
provided with smiles, joy and laughter.


The big news in disability care

If your disability is likely to be with you for life, you can now receive funding directly from the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) to cover your care needs.


It’s true! We love to care

We only take the top applicants, so our carers are the best of the best. Then we look for something more… happy faces and happy hearts.

Our carers are responsive
and always available

We provide professional and compassionate home care 24/7. Just like you, we are real humans. So you can speak to us anytime.

We love the outdoors, meet-ups and just hanging out!

Circumstances permitting, we like to take our clients to the park or beach.
Or attend events in the local area.

Meet the team behind every carer

Each of our carers is supported by a team of care managers, coordinators, trainers and administration personnel who work together to bring you unparalleled home care services.

Innovation and technology go a long way, but it’s our care professionals that make the real difference. We love working with each and every one of them. And we’re sure you will too.

Flexible packages and pricing

You can schedule care by the hour or choose from one of our part-time packages.
We can also arrange for a live-in carer to assist you 24/7. No long term contracts!

We’re on call and ready to help

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.

people aged 65 and over, were in residential aged care at some point during 2014

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

people received disability support services during 2014
people were admitted to hospital with injury during 2012

of these cases were male

were people aged over 65 years



of older women hospitalised during 2012, were the result of a fall

We bring joy, smiles and laughter

What our clients are saying

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

I cannot thank Afea enough for providing me with such a helpful carer whilst my broken arms were healing. Lisa did almost everything for me. From cooking, cleaning and assisting with personal care, to taking my kids to school and driving me to my appointments. Organising support and assistance through Afea’s office was a breeze and the consultants were extremely helpful.

Paul Moran, Injury support

Thanks Afea, my son has become very comfortable with Mary and even asked about her on Monday when she wasn’t there. Considering he only recently joined, I feel that Mary has done really well to help my son adjust to the day program.

Lelya Hanson, Kids services

We empower people to live
the life they choose

Latest News

Afea aims to stay up to date with latest best practice within the Care industry.

The current state of Primary Health Care in Australia

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Australia has three levels of government: federal, state/territory, and local government and a complex Primary Health Care (PHC) system with both public and private components.

Community Care in Australia

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Community Care services exist across New South Wales & Australia, although they have tended to develop differently to meet the particular needs of each region or community.

The Future of Health Care

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Health care in Australia is provided by both private and government institutions. The federal Minister for Health, administers national health policy, and state and territory governments administer elements of health care.