ACH Group

At ACH Group we believe growing older is akin to turning a new page and with it comes a sense of great anticipation and optimism. 

Our focus on innovation and services that respond to changing needs reflects our desire to shift the way the community thinks about older people.

ACH Group’s 1700 specialist staff and hundreds of volunteers share our belief that older people should be valued and respected, connected to their communities and in control of their lives.

This mindset drives our every action to empower older people, to support them to lead a good life and continue to make a contribution to family, community and society.


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Three Spring Activities to Celebrate the End of Winter

on Monday, September 13, 2021

After a long, cold winter, we are all eager to welcome spring and with that comes the warmer weather, fresh air and sunshine. There are many activities that you can do to embrace this beautiful weather and to bring some freshness to your home whether you’re living at home or in a retirement village. ACH Group have put together some fun activities for you to try this season.

Research Looks at Adults Who Have Fallen Through the Gap

on Friday, September 10, 2021

Australian-first research to prevent falls in middle-aged and younger-older adults is taking place in South Australia. The study, supported by leading aged care provider ACH Group, and led by physiotherapist Nicky Baker, is investigating the relationship between postural sway (body movement) and near falls.

New ACH Group Health Studio 50+ Opening in Adelaide’s South

on Tuesday, August 17, 2021

A new health and wellness hub for people aged 50 and over will open in Adelaide’s south in September with a focus on positive ageing and supporting NDIS and Home Care Package customers.

ACH Group Employees the Organisation’s Heart & Soul

on Friday, August 6, 2021

Saturday 7 August is Aged Care Employee Day a day to recognise those who work in the industry and their contributions especially throughout COVID-19. ACH Group CEO Frank Weits said Aged Care Employee Day is an important day for all to acknowledge.

Coronavirus: Five Lockdown Activities

on Friday, July 23, 2021

The Coronavirus pandemic and resultant lockdowns have changed our lives in many different ways. With many states now with restrictions in place, many of us may find it difficult to stay active, healthy and connected. The good news is we can choose to focus on the positives instead of the negatives. ACH Group have put together a list of things you can do during lockdown to keep you engaged and entertained.

Tight-Knit Community Ready to Make a Difference

on Friday, July 2, 2021

Residential aged care residents are getting ready for a unique community initiative to support people experiencing homelessness this winter. For the second year running, residents from ACH Group residential care homes will make mittens, gloves and scarves for people supported by charity organisation St Vincent de Paul Society (Vinnies), and they’re looking for knitting enthusiasts to help them.

West Park Residential Care Set to Benefit From Upgrade

on Wednesday, June 30, 2021

A new multi-purpose space will be built at ACH Group’s West Park residential care home in Goolwa as part of an upgrade of the site.

Healthy Ageing: Yoga and its Benefits

on Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Yoga is a form of gentle exercise that is not religious but promotes spirituality, encouraging people to learn and develop inner peace and nurture their ‘mind, body and spirit’.  This ancient practice, founded in India’s Himalayas region, increased in popularity in Western culture during the 1960s-70s and continues to grow in popularity across all age groups today.

Four Helpful Tips to Prevent Falls

on Thursday, June 10, 2021

Falls are among the biggest threats to older people. As we get older, our muscle strength and balance may reduce which can result in a fall accident. Although most falls may not cause serious injury, they can possibly leave us feeling quite distressed. Good news is there are other things you can do to improve your health and wellbeing to help prevent falls from happening. ACH Group’s exercise physiologist – Jack Carter has come up with some useful information to help you understand the cause of falls and some falls prevention tips.

Celebrating Volunteering at ACH Group

on Monday, May 17, 2021

People choose to volunteer for a variety of reasons. For some it offers the chance to give back to the community or make a difference to the people around them. For others it provides an opportunity to develop new skills or build on existing experience and knowledge.

Five Benefits of Playing Video Games

on Friday, April 16, 2021

When was the last time you played video games? What types of games did you enjoy playing? Regardless of what sort you are into, playing video games is good for you. The benefits of playing video games are endless ranging from improving cognitive functions, multi-tasking ability to stress relief. ACH Group have put together a list of the benefits of playing video games. 

Intergenerational Program Provides Ageless Connection

on Tuesday, April 13, 2021

An intergenerational program aiming to create meaningful relationships and real experiences for aged care residents has been trialled. The pilot of ‘Child Care in Aged Care’, a first of its kind in South Australia, took place at ACH Group’s Milpara residential care home from March to April, and brought residents, children at a child care centre, and university Occupational Therapy students together virtually.

ACH Group Launches Six-Week Online Video Gaming Challenge

on Thursday, April 8, 2021

Older South Australians are invited to register for a new online video gaming challenge which will provide them an opportunity for physical activity and social connection, while being in the running to win a host of prizes.

A Twist on an Old Favourite: Fig and Pecan Hot Cross Bun Recipe

on Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Nothing compares to the smell of fresh hot cross buns. Fragrant, fluffy, and delightful homemade hot cross buns are the ultimate Easter food here in Australia. Perfect for sharing with families and friends over a cuppa, hot cross buns have become a tradition, a good time for family gathering and celebration.

Five Tips for Brain Health

on Friday, March 19, 2021

As we age, our brain changes and mental function changes along with it as we get older. Although it is one of the most common consequence of ageing, there are ways you can help to maintain your brain health and keep it healthy. There is growing evidence that people can reduce their risk of cognitive decline by adopting key lifestyle changes and incorporating healthy habits into their daily routine. As part of Brain Awareness Week (15 March – 21 March 2021), ACH Group have put together some brain health tips to help slow cognitive decline and lower the risk of developing dementia.

Five Benefits of Living in a Retirement Village

on Thursday, February 25, 2021

Is your family home feeling too large for your needs? Or maybe you want to free up some cash to enjoy your retirement? Downsizing and moving into a retirement village can be a big, but exciting decision to make. ACH Group have put together five benefits of retirement living you may not know so you can consider your options before making the move.

It Was Meant to Be

on Friday, February 12, 2021

In anticipation of Valentine’s Day this year, ACH Group have shared a beautiful story of a couple who live at ACH Group’s Perry Park residential care home – Mr and Mrs Briggs. Mr and Mrs Briggs’ story is a love story unlike no other as they both believed in destiny. There was no planning, no arrangement and it was meant to be.

Five Things to Consider When Moving Into Aged Care

on Monday, February 8, 2021

Have you heard the term ‘residential care’, ‘hostel’ or ‘nursing home’ but don’t know what it all means? Are you concerned about your safety and security living at home or that of a loved one, but don’t know what options is available? These tips from ACH Group are for you.

South Australian Couple Celebrate a Beautiful 72 Year Love Story

on Thursday, January 28, 2021

ACH Group residents Yvonne and Fred recently celebrated their 72nd wedding anniversary, with their beautiful love story all beginning because of a set-up. Fred was away at war and Yvonne was a cashier at a grocery store next to Fred’s family plumbing business, so she knew his entire family before she met him. When he came home in 1948, they finally met.

Coronavirus: 7 Tips to Stay Healthy During the COVID-19 Pandemic

on Monday, November 30, 2020

The outbreak of Coronavirus has impacted our lives in so many ways. With regular changes happening, it’s completely normal to feel overwhelmed, anxious and stressed. ACH Group have shared their top tips to help you stay healthy, happy and connected during self-isolation.

Diabetes diet: advice from ACH Group’s dietitian

on Friday, November 13, 2020

Whether you’re trying to make a healthy living choice or to prevent or control diabetes, having a healthy and balanced diet is beneficial. There’s no special foods that will help you control diabetes completely, but eating smartly will. You can live well with diabetes and enjoy doing what you love by having a healthy diet and regular exercises. ACH Group’s dietitian – Kaitlyn Dienelt has come up with some easy recommendations to help you get started

3 Tips for Caring for Someone Living with Dementia

on Thursday, October 1, 2020

Dementia can change a person’s life in all aspects including relationships with friends, families and loved ones. Everyone can experience dementia differently. There can be changes in memory, behaviour feelings and personality. ACH Group have shared three tips for caring for a person living with dementia.

Four Tips to Help You Get Active This Spring

on Thursday, September 17, 2020

For many of us, winter means hibernation with more indoor activities and comfort foods. With the days shorter and nights longer, we may feel sluggish, fatigued and lack motivation. Now as we say goodbye to winter, with more sunlight and warmer days, it’s time to get back into the swing of things and get active. This means having a holistic approach to improve your health and well-being starting with everything you do daily such as your morning routine, diet and exercise regime.

ACH Group’s exercise physiologist, Jack Carter has put together four tips for you to follow and get more active in spring.

Gaming Project to Connect Generations

on Monday, September 14, 2020

As part of the SA Government’s ‘Open Your World’ wellbeing strategy, older people are set to codesign new opportunities to connect via gaming platforms. Leading aged care provider, ACH Group was awarded $75,000 to deliver the innovative 'Stay in the Game' program.

Risk Reduction Diet for Dementia: Advice from ACH Group’s Dietician

on Monday, August 31, 2020

In addition to keeping your body fit and healthy as you age, keeping your brain at its peak is just as important. One of the biggest concerns in people as they age is dementia and the impact this can have on their life and that of their loved ones.

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