• Help us support carers in the community

    Help us support carers in the community

    Carers play a crucial role in our community. A carer is someone who provides unpaid care and support to family members or a friend with a disability, mental illness, chronic conditions, terminal illness, alcohol or other drug issues or who are frail aged.

  • Your Home Care Package

    Your Home Care Package

    The Australian Government is introducing a number of changes to Home Care Packages. These changes are designed to give you more choice, control and flexibility in the way you receive home care services.

  • Silver Chain expands into Broome

    Silver Chain expands into Broome

    During January, Silver Chain expanded its health care services into the Kimberley region with the commencement of a Home and Community Care (HACC) nursing service in Broome.

  • WA’s first senior’s exercise park

    WA’s first senior’s exercise park

    Silver Chain recently opened Western Australia’s first senior’s exercise park – a purpose built facility featuring equipment specially designed to improve strength, balance, coordination and flexibility in a fun and challenging way.

  • Expanding into Victoria

    Expanding into Victoria

    Silver Chain has recently expanded into Victoria with the commencement of the Western HealthLinks program in partnership with Western Health, a Melbourne Metropolitan Health Service.

  • Your feedback counts

    Your feedback counts

    If you currently receive services or are a former client, family member, advocate or unpaid carer, the Silver Chain Group welcomes your suggestions on how we can improve our services.

  • Albany Mayor benefits from Health Navigator

    Albany Mayor benefits from Health Navigator

    For City of Albany Mayor, Dennis Wellington, recovery from a life-threatening health condition was made a lot easier with the help of Health Navigator.

  • Thanks for your support

    Thanks for your support

    Welcome to our Silver Chain Newsletter Autumn 2017. We'd like to thank many people for the support that we have received during this period. Find out more!

  • National Shingles Vaccination Program

    National Shingles Vaccination Program

    The Federal Government recently announced the shingles vaccine will be free to Australians aged 70, with a catch-up program available for eligible people aged 71 to 79 years.