The City of Stirling provides numerous home and community care services for seniors, frail aged people and people with disabilities. Respite for carers is also available. Find out about podiatry, meals on wheels, transport, domestic and personal care at home, and adult day centres.
Adult day centres
The City of Stirling’s adult day centres provide services to frail aged residents, those with physical and intellectual disabilities, as well as those from diverse linguistic
backgrounds. Find out more about how to access this service.
Home care services
The City of Stirling provides several home care services for frail aged residents and people with disabilities. Services include cleaning, laundry, personal care, and respite for carers. Find out about how to access these services.
Meals on wheels
Volunteers provide a 'Meals on Wheels' service to aged and disabled residents of the City of Stirling as well as several other local governments. Meals are cooked daily in our purpose-built kitchen and delivered freshly chilled, with a bottle of orange or apple juice every week. Find out how to register.
The City of Stirling provides podiatry services for residents who are seniors or have disabilities. Find out more about how to access this service.
Our City of Stirling volunteers can use City-owned cars and buses to assist in transport frail aged and disabled people for medical appointments, shopping and social outings. Find out more about using this service.
Eligibility and assessment
The Home and Community Care Program (HACC) provides services for frail aged people, people with disabilities and respite for carers. Here you can find out if you are eligible for these services and how to arrange for an assessment.