Helping Australian Seniors Age in Place

For many seniors, aging in place reflects an ambition to remain linked to family, friends, and community. It can also be the most financially sensible housing option for those seniors with the physical ability to remain at home.

Access Homes is all about providing practical information and advice, ranging from the home modification process, through to finding the right Occupational Therapy, Nursing and other Support services to provide the saftey net and right professional advice. We aim to keep you abreast of the latest developments in providing a real aternative to institutionalised retirement care.

With our aging population, this decision about retirement care is being faced by more and more Australians, and our goal is to make this dream of staying in home a viable alternative.

Latest News

News: 25 Aug 2016 - Aurangabad: In Marathwada, around 20% of the people between the age group of 50 and 80 years suffer from one or more neurological diseases, including stroke, dementia and Parkinson's, experts s... Read more

News: 25 Aug 2016 - Aggression and agitation top the triggers of the 381 referrals to the new national advisory service for aged care residents experiencing severe dementia-related behaviours, a dementia conference ha... Read more

Latest Blog Post

12 Jul 2016 - Depression can strike at any age, but for seniors in Australia, and for residents of nursing homes in particular, the rates of depression are startling high.  According to US studies, half of all nursing home residents had a diagnosis of depression in 2011–2012.... Read more