Social support, transport, and a range of activities, groups and outings in your area.
We are an approved home care provider with over 20 years of experience and a commitment to quality care. We’ll listen and find out what’s important to you to ensure we do things to your liking.
We provide or arrange transport to help you get to appointments, recreational activities and other commitments.
We offer a rich and diverse schedule of activities for people to take part in at our centres in Petrie, Arana Hills, Morningside and Sinnamon Park. Depending on which centre you choose to attend, activities are available for a full day, half day, or even on an hourly basis if you have a specific activity you wish to participate in.
If you wish to join in on a regular social activity or have a special interest in gardening, woodwork, music, arts, or handicrafts, our social groups are a great solution. Our social groups are a way for like-minded people to get together regularly and engage in activities of interest. More importantly, they are a way to meet new people and build meaningful social connections.
Social groups are based at Sinnamon Park, Morningside, Petrie, Arana Hills. Depending on your needs and the length of your visit, meals may be included.
Answer a few short questions and use our Home Care Package builder to tailor a plan that suits your needs.
This way you can choose the services that best suit you. (Link opens in new window).
We provide or arrange this service throughout south east Queensland. Depending on the funding we are allocated at different times, our ability to offer services in different locations varies.
Ask Wesley Mission Queensland which services are available in your area.
We’ll talk you through all the costs and fees before your services begin.
You can access these services under your Home Care Package funding, or with CHSP funding and an appropriate referral. You can also pay privately for any of these services.
You'll find us throughout south east Queensland. The services available can vary based on where you live and on the type of government funding you are accessing.
Companionship in your home or on outings, and connecting you with local interest groups.