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Living well and achieving goals

Anglicare provides expert, tailored support to older Tasmanians and people who have acquired an injury. Anglicare is now in its 40th year of operations. In the early days, we focused on housing and financial counselling. This video shows that in more recent times, we have expanded into services that support older Tasmanians and people who have acquired a brain injury or another type of significant injury. Read more
Older person, with glasses, sitting on a couch, wearing a red jumper and grey pants. They are holding a small white dog on their lap. They are smiling.

Fair winds for Peter

At nearly 94, Peter Attrill’s life so far has been filled with sailing honours, overseas adventures and a close-knit family. Anglicare manages Peter's home care package. The service can provide important respite for family members. We chatted with Peter in the lead-up to National Carers Week. Read more
Two lovely older ladies sitting on deck chairs in the park ready books. They are wearing floral dresses and sandles. Lots of other people in the park also enjoying the sun. There are autmn leaves on the ground.

Would you recognise the subtle signs of elder abuse?

June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. We can all play a part in preventing it and seeking support when it occurs. Read more
A lady with her hand held behind her ear as if she is trying to hear something.

Hear ye, hear ye

March 3 is World Hearing Day. Anglicare supports older Tasmanians to keep their ears healthy and their hearing at its best. Read more
A photo of Dawa leaning against a brick wall. She is smiling.

A culture of caring

Tasmania’s Nepalese community is expanding and we’re delighted when its members choose to work with us. Read more
A photo of the four new home care workers

New Year, new roles

Three Aged Care Services team members are moving into new roles in 2023. Read more
Clients Brian and Judy standing together oustide their house. Judy is holding a soft toy that looks like a dog. They are both smiling.

Taking good care

Anglicare's in-home care service for older Tasmanians provides important respite for people who care for their loved ones. Meet Brian and Judy Cullen of Sandy Bay. Read more
Lee is sitting at her office desk look her tablet which has a paint by numbers artwork on it.

A life filled with love, art and colour

Lee Wright is a client of Anglicare's Aged Care Services. She reflects on family, art and the value of taking up a new hobby. Read more

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