• Current appeal: COPD research

    Current appeal: COPD research

    We want to make a significant positive difference in the lives of people suffering with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Find out why you should and how you can help make this possible with a donation.

  • Going purple for Fiona and palliative care

    Going purple for Fiona and palliative care

    The Carlisle family has raised more than $5000 to donate to Silver Chain in the hope that more people can be cared for in their homes.

  • What is wound care?

    What is wound care?

    Our wound specialists are experts in treating wounds, as well as researching and developing new and innovative ways to better manage wounds.

  • Record breaking appeal

    Record breaking appeal

    We are delighted to report that we had an outstanding response to our recent Winter Appeal, our largest and most successful appeal in Silver Chain history.

  • Gratitude in Walpole

    Gratitude in Walpole

    Read about our Remote Area Nurse Sue's experience as a first responder at a motorcycle accident in Walpole, and then how she felt seeing the rider recover from his injuries.

  • The role of a chaplain

    The role of a chaplain

    Dying can be the loneliest of experiences. Our volunteer chaplains accompany palliative care patients as they approach the end of their lives and their families.

  • Relief in respite

    Relief in respite

    Jill visits Silver Chain's social centre three times a week, providing her carer daughter Judith time to recharge. Read how respite is great for both Jill and Judith.

  • My Health Record: Your health in your hands

    My Health Record: Your health in your hands

    My Health Record is an online summary of your key health information. Your doctor can access the most important information about your health history, medications and your Advance Health Directive when they need to.

  • Elder abuse - what to look out for

    Elder abuse - what to look out for

    All Australians have the right to live safely and with dignity, free from any form of abuse, especially at the hands of someone they know and trust. Learn how to recognise the signs of elder abuse.