UnitingSA is an internationally accredited non-for-profit organisation that delivers innovative, quality and person centered services to people and communities across South Australia. Since our establishment in 1919, our vision has always been to create a compassionate, respectful and just community in which all people can participate and flourish.

We boast a diverse portfolio of services and offer support and solutions across many disciplines and sectors including aged care, community welfare and employment services.

Every year our 800 staff and a network of over 160 volunteers support more than 25,000 people including the elderly, vulnerable young people, adults and families, people with mental health disabilities, individuals seeking employment and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Our clients always remain at the centre of what we do.

We are committed to providing tailored care focusing on the wishes, needs and ability of every older person.

  • Aged Care Homes: We operate seven aged care homes in Western and Northern Adelaide. For every resident, we seek to provide individualised quality care that respects cultural, spiritual and linguistic diversity. All our residential sites meet Commonwealth accreditation requirements as set out by The Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency.
  • Home Care Services: We offer a range of home care support programs to help people stay in their own homes for as long as possible. A typical Home Care Package includes personal care, domestic assistance, personal assistance and/or clinical care, and goal focused planning that allows for individual choice.
  • Independent Living Units: Our independent living options offer affordable accommodation for seniors who want to live in Adelaide’s northern and western suburbs. Perfectly positioned for a relaxing retirement lifestyle, our homes provide comfortable, safe and secure living within friendly village communities. All units are self-contained and require residents to pay an affordable, one-off ‘entry contribution’ that enables them to live in a unit for the rest of their life or until they decide to leave. This payment amount varies between retirement village locations.

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UnitingSA appoints new Chief Executive Officer

on Monday, May 24, 2021

UnitingSA has announced the appointment of Jenny Hall as the organisation’s new Chief Executive Officer, commencing 28 June 2021.

UnitingSA Celebrates Official Opening of West Lakes Residence

on Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Yesterday was an exciting milestone at UnitingSA West Lakes, with the first residents moving into the three levels of Residential Aged Care. Since the first sod was turned at the site 20 months ago, the development has progressed into the wonderful building that stands today.

$50m Aged Care Development Reaches New Heights

on Tuesday, June 23, 2020

A $50m aged care complex under construction in the heart of Adelaide’s west celebrated reaching its highest structural point with a topping out ceremony. UnitingSA West Lakes will incorporate residential aged care, retirement living, retail and office space on 6,600sqm fronting West Lakes Boulevard, at the former Football Park site.

Construction Begins On $50m Aged Care Development at Iconic Site

on Monday, August 19, 2019

Work is officially underway on a new $50m aged care development by UnitingSA in Adelaide’s west, with the turning of the first sod taking place last week.

United Vision for $50m Aged Care Development in Adelaide

on Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Two iconic South Australian organisations are uniting to build a $50m-plus aged care development in the heart of Adelaide’s west. UnitingSA, which is this year celebrating its centenary, has engaged 105-year-old Kennett Builders to construct a five-storey development at the former Football Park site.

UnitingSA for 100 Years: Commemorating a Century of Support

on Tuesday, April 9, 2019

One of South Australia's leading community organisations, UnitingSA, is marking 100 years of service. UnitingSA Chief Executive Officer Libby Craft said the organisation’s centenary was a time to reflect on the past, acknowledge the present and set a vision for its future.

The Power of Pets in Aged Care

on Wednesday, March 7, 2018

When Irene moved into UnitingSA Regency Green Multicultural Aged Care, one of the hardest transitions was having to leave her beloved cats behind.

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