Bene Aged Care

Bene assists over 2’500 senior South Australian’s every year – many of Italian heritage – making Bene South Australia’s largest Italian aged care organisation. Bene welcomes people of Italian heritage as well as people who like Italian style to take advantage of their wide range of aged care services.

With a range of Home Care Services, Bene can help those who wish to continue living at home for as long as possible. A variety of respite, care and support programs are available for the aged as well as their carers, with programs encompassing both in-home and centre-based services.

As individual needs change, Bene's residential aged care homes are conveniently located, well-appointed and comfortable, all located in the Adelaide metropolitan area where care is provided with true Italian style. 

A great range of daily activities are offered at each of the homes. Many events are also hosted throughout the year where residents, families and friends can come together in celebration.

A range of centre-based activities are aimed at increasing social interaction between elderly
Italians who wish to maintain their independence at home and include:

  • Gentle exercise
  • Music, song and dance
  • Transport and day trips to local areas of interest
  • Podiatry and physiotherapy
  • Meals
  • Respite for carers
  • Social activities and friendship
  • Cultural games
  • Arts and crafts
  • Special celebrations

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‘LivingProof’ – An Exhibition About Joy, Beauty and Life-Affirming Experiences in Ageing

on Thursday, March 18, 2021

As we grow older, how we express our identities shifts as a result of mental and physical limitations, along with our response to the way society expects us to age. LivingProof, an exhibition opening this week at the Migration Museum, celebrates the often over-looked moments of joy, beauty and engagement in the elderly care community.

Music, Melody & Me

on Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Throughout our lives music plays an integral part of how we express ourselves often through emotional responses. Music transcends the need for words required for understanding, but rather touch our hearts to engage emotions and memories. Extensive research has shown, even for people living with dementia, music of a deep personal nature can play a significant part in triggering memory of lyrics and experiences connected to music. 

Bene Aged Care and Rostrevor College Work Together to Build Intergenerational Understanding

on Thursday, July 21, 2016

Rostrevor College and Bene Aged Care recently joined together to provide 14 senior school students the opportunity to learn and synergize the objectives of their Christian Values Program and Bene’s own Values and Mission.

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