Everyone can benefit from some extra support at different times in their lives. Through aged care, community and pastoral care, disability care, Early EdCare and family and relationship care, Centacare empowers people to find solutions and live their very best lives. Centacare walk alongside people on life’s journey, providing holistic support to achieve what is important to them. With a history steeped in the Catholic tradition, Centacare offers loving care to all members of the community. This means offering a listening ear, refraining from judgement and treating and caring others as we would like to be treated and cared for ourselves.
Centacare provides personalised support and services to help people with a disability achieve their goals and reach their full potential. To date we have supported almost 1,500 people to access the NDIS. Centacare also has a team of trained practitioners who provide family and relationships services. This includes counselling, family dispute resolution, marriage and relationship education and support for Queenslanders affected by domestic and family violence. In aged care, Centacare supports more than 8,000 Queenslanders to maintain independence and live well in their own home and community. Fully qualified teams of physiotherapists, drivers, tradespeople, nurses, dietitians and volunteers offer a wide range of government-subsidised services. These services are provided in centres, in the community and in the home, according to our clients’ individual goals.
Centacare is a Catholic agency that supports diversity, celebrates individuality and provides services to the entire community, regardless of religion, circumstance, ethnicity, economic situation, age, gender or ability.
Centacare began with local people gathering to help others in their community. Today, as part of the Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane, our team of more than 3,200 supports tens of thousands of people from more than 200 locations across South East Queensland.
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