Our specialised dementia service is designed to help maintain and improve your memory, so you can manage everyday tasks and live independently.

One of our occupational therapists who specialises in dementia care will visit you at home to observe the tasks you can do. From there we will work with you and your carer to set long term goals.

We can help you to: 

  • Improve your ability to do regular tasks and maintain your existing skills.
  • Use strategies to improve your memory so you can be more independent.
  • Manage changes in your home that affect your ability to look after yourself.
  • Understand information about dementia so you and your carer can manage your condition in the future.

Our team can also provide training and support to carers or loved ones to help them better support you, and we can review your care plan whenever you may need it.

To find out how to get started, call our Contact Centre on 1300 650 803 or complete our enquiry form today. 

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Home Care Package 

A package of support to help you live a healthy, safe and independent life at home.

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In home Allied Health Services

Support to restore, maintain and improve your wellbeing at home.

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In home Aged Care Services

From a little support at home to regular nursing care.

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Refer to us

To receive government funded aged care, you can refer your patients to My Aged Care through the online form, calling 1800 200 422, or using a GP e-Referral.

Dementia Wellbeing services


Our Dementia Wellbeing Service is only available in Perth, Western Australia (WA). 

Availability varies by capacity and location. Contact us to see what is available in your area.


You may be eligible for these services through government aged care funding for a Home Care Package (HCP).

To access funding for our aged care services, talk to your health professional or contact My Aged Care and ask for an assessment.

If you have been assessed and have a package, contact us to arrange the services you need.

If you are an existing client, you can speak to your HCP Coordinator or Manager if you’re interested in this service.


If you have government aged care funding you can use this to pay for all or the majority of the services you need. 

You may be required by the government to pay a co-contribution fee towards the services you receive based on your financial circumstances. 

We can help you access funding and manage any payments you have, so contact us today.

Find out more about our costs and contributions.

News feature

Silverchain has launched a unique service to make the end stage of life for West Australians with dementia or a memory impairment in palliative care easier.