Uniting AgeWell

Uniting AgeWell believes that older people, like people of all ages, want to live in an environment of choice, empowerment and wellness – and to access support and care as they choose.

Research indicates that people stay healthier when they are in control of their environment and can maintain community connections. Uniting AgeWell strives to:

  • concentrate on what people can do, and seeks to connect people to their passions
  • focus on supporting choice, independence and doing-with, rather than doing-for
  • promote wellness for all residents and clients, wherever they are on their life journey
  • pay careful attention to the spiritual and pastoral needs of clients, as well as their physical, intellectual, social and emotional needs
  • give support and high quality clinical care when needed

Uniting AgeWell extends and connects all existing aged care services. It follows the biological ageing journey and gives the client choice, autonomy, flexibility, and community.

Uniting AgeWell's care model has six components which focus on well-being and the promotion of independence:

  • AgeWell Connect: Connecting people to the whole of their community
  • AgeWell Being: Supporting wellbeing of body, mind and soul
  • AgeWell Assist: Assisting people with services to live at home
  • AgeWell Restore: Restoring wellbeing through therapy services
  • AgeWell Care: Providing respite and residential care
  • AgeWell Palliate: Providing support and spiritual guidance at the end of life

This care model is designed to be flexible, enabling the recipient to determine what services they need and where those services will be delivered. 

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Stunning New Wing Officially Opened at Uniting AgeWell Strathdevon

on Thursday, October 24, 2019

Federal Minister for Aged Care and Senior Australians Senator Richard Colbeck officially opened the revamped Uniting AgeWell Latrobe Community, Strathdevon. Senator Colbeck congratulated Uniting AgeWell on its $10 million investment in aged care services in north-west Tasmania, and unveiled a plaque naming the new Henley Wing.

Hitting the Road with Motor and Munch

on Friday, July 19, 2019

Geoff Eadie enjoys getting out and about, visiting his old haunts and observing how much Hobart has changed over the years. The 92-year-old has the opportunity to explore his hometown with like-minded people through Uniting AgeWell’s Motor and Munch group – aptly named because they take regular bus trips and eat together.

Uniting AgeWell's Green Thumb Residents Featured on Gardening Australia

on Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Long-running, landmark ABC program, Gardening Australia, last month filmed a segment featuring residents from Uniting AgeWell Sorell Community, Ningana.

Selfless Volunteers Priceless to Aged Care

on Monday, May 20, 2019

Volunteers are worth more than $25 billion to the Victorian economy every year, but to non-profit aged care provider Uniting AgeWell, they are priceless.

Open Day to Reveal New-look Aged Care

on Friday, May 3, 2019

Non-profit aged care provider Uniting AgeWell is delighted to share its new-look Latrobe Community, Strathdevon with the community.

Delivering Aged Care Services Via Television

on Monday, April 29, 2019

Aged care provider Uniting AgeWell recently teamed up with Channel 31 for the new series of Move It Or Lose It, as part of its commitment to enabling all people to age well. 

Uniting Agewell Welcomes Enhanced Aged Care Training Facility in Devonport

on Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Uniting AgeWell has welcomed yesterday’s announcement that a Labor Government will invest in improved training for aged care workers through the development of an interactive training facility at the TAFE Campus in Devonport, Tasmania

Vietnam Veteran to Proudly Lead His First March

on Monday, April 23, 2018

Vietnam veteran Robert Filmer will proudly attend his first Anzac Day march this year, thanks to a joint initiative between RSL Victoria, RACV Victoria and Uniting AgeWell.

Home Care & Community Services Double Deal with Uniting AgeWell

on Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Uniting AgeWell is offering two exciting incentives for new and existing clients this Autumn and Winter.

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