People Who Care provides a range of essential services to support people who are aged or have a disability to live the life they desire in the community. Maintaining social contact, having access to transport and participating in activities can greatly improve a person’s quality of life.
Our services and programs are designed to enable people to enjoy life whilst maintaining a connection to the community. People who Care are available to support people throughout the Perth metropolitan area. Please call People who Care on (08) 9379 1944 to discuss how we can help you.
Please read more below about our services and click through for more information or contact us with any questions.
Are you not eligible or able to get government funded services? Don’t worry People who care can help you! Our services are available to people who are aged as well as people with a disability. Please talk to us about our short or long term services with very reasonable rates.
Please call us today to speak to one of our Service Team and we can visit you or we can arrange for you to drop in to one of our service centres for a cup of tea or coffee and meet our friendly staff. Our phone number is 9379 1944
Chores around the home can become difficult. Our helpful volunteers can visit you at home and complete light housework to help you.
People who choose to stay in their own home can enjoy a safe, secure and maintained garden when our volunteers assist with general maintenance.
Trusted and reliable volunteers can ensure you get to and from your doctor’s appointments on time or simply enjoy a social outing or trip to the shops.
Volunteers can reduce feelings of isolation and enrich the life of people at home or in aged care facilities through regular visits.
Our leisure centres offer a friendly and welcoming space to connect and enjoy socialising with others. You can participate in a range of activities and we even provide transport for you.
People Who Care are committed to improving wellness and well being by providing culturally appropriate services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients through our Home and Community Care (HACC) programs.
Our fees for in home support services are aligned with the W.A. Home and Community Care program.
An assessment of your ability to pay is undertaken in consideration of your circumstances.
You will not be denied a service if you cannot pay. View our reasonable fees schedule.