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Aged, Disability and Carer Services

The City of Greater Dandenong Community Care Department currently provides a range of in-home care services that enable older residents who are over 65, (50 and over for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people) or have a disability, to live as independently as possible in their own home and community for as long as they can and wish to do so.

The service aims for high quality, low intensity, ongoing support such as domestic assistance, personal care, respite care, meals on wheels and home maintenance. Services provided take into account each person's individual goals, preferences and choices with a focus on pathways and activities that support wellness, independence and reablement when required.


Our support services help older residents and those with disability remain active in their home and community.
Find out what social, cultural and educational groups are available for older residents in our community.
Learn more about Council's community transport services for older people and those living with a disability.
Learn about the range of disability supports and activities Council supports within the municipality.
A carer provides care and support to people with a disability, mental illness, chronic health condition or an older person.
We want to celebrate residents who have celebrated their 100th birthday.
We are seeking expressions of interest from members of the community to join the Positive Ageing Advisory Committee.
Meals on Wheels is Council's food service delivered to the homes of the elderly and residents with a disability.
Our bimonthly newsletter showcases programs, activities, wellbeing and lifestyle tips for older residents.
Learn more about activity programs in the municipality for older people and residents with a disability.