LiveBetter gives people who are frail older or living with dementia the opportunity to stay at home and remain independent for as long as possible. We do this through information, equipment, in-home and community services and by supporting carers. We can also help you navigate the Australian Government's MyAgedCare.
Child & Family
LiveBetter Child and Family Services provides support for you and your family when you’re undergoing change or experiencing high levels of stress through a range of programs designed to nurture the next generation and alleviate challenging family situations. We offer help through skills building, early intervention and direct support.
Carer & Respite
The best care a person can get is from their loved ones. LiveBetter assists carers through respite, support and information to remain strong in their caring role. We work alongside carers of people with dementia, disability or mental health needs, young carers and older parent carers.
Home & Community Care
LiveBetter provides a range of services to support you in the home or community. These include Social Support, Domestic Assistance, Personal Care, In Home Support, Community Transport, Home Modifications and help navigating My Aged Care. All services are designed to enable people to live independently for as long as possible and to maintain a healthy home environment.
Information & Links
Often it is difficult to understand what services are available to suit your needs and how to access them. Our information and linking services can connect people requiring guidance with the appropriate LiveBetter service, as well as linking with other organisations available in the community.
LiveBetter's Clinical Services Team have skilled,
knowledgeable and experienced clinicians across a broad range of disciplines and locations, caring for the health and well-being needs of regional and remote Australians.
LiveBetter Telehealth services provide ongoing, remote vital signs monitoring for customers. Helping people actively manage their own health including proactive monitoring of specific health measures can promote people’s long term health and independence, as well as improving quality of life for people and their carers.