Astley Care have been operating for over 30 years in the Gosnells/Armadale areas providing support for aged people, people with disabilities and their carers to remain living in the community with an increased quality of life. We offer a wide range of tailored and flexible services provided by motivated, skilled staff and volunteers helping you to live life to the fullest, in your community.
Astley Care provides Day Clubs funded by the Commonwealth Home Support Service (CHSP) which are for socially isolated people and also for people who have a family carer who is in need of a break (this is called respite care). We also provide socialisation in a group setting for people who are deemed eligible to receive NDIS services.
We welcome people with dementia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from the LGBTI community and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to access our day club services.
At all programs a range of activities are available to promote wellness, including exercises, board games, quizzes, gardening, guest speakers and concerts and the groups are regularly taken on outings.
Clients are actively involved in planning the programs and they can choose their level of involvement in any activity.
To attend the Day Clubs you will need to contact My Aged Care on 1800 200 422 to arrange an assessment.
Day Clubs are provided Monday to Saturday from 10am–2.30pm. Morning Tea and lunch are provided at the groups and clients are transported to and from the centre and on outings in our vehicles which are suitably modified. The centres are either at Astley or Pepper House in Gosnells or our Langford Centre.
- Monday to Saturday inclusive – mixed seniors groups at Gosnells or Langford
- Tuesdays – dementia specific group at Langford
- Wednesdays – young people with disabilities group at Gosnells
Day Clubs - for Carer Respite
You are eligible to attend if you are an aged person who has a carer who is in need of a break and you live in the City of Gosnells and the Armadale area. If you are a carer please ring our staff on 9490 4500 for more information but for assessment you will need to contact My Aged Care on 1800 200 422.
Day Clubs operate from 10am-2.30pm on Tuesday and Wednesdays and include lunch and on Mondays, for those who prefer a half-day session, from 8.30am–11.30am. Transport is provided to and from the centres in suitably modified vehicles. These groups are provided at Pepper House.
An Evening Club is provided on Thursday Evening and this group welcomes carers and the person they care for to attend together. Transport is provided if necessary. The group enjoys dinner together and members can participate in activities and outings – similar to those provided in the Day Clubs.
Carers benefit through socialising with their partner/loved one in an accepting environment, through making new friends and sharing experiences, learning about other services and having an opportunity to relax.
Centre based care features
Types of care
Additional details: Includes groups for dementia specific clients, younger people with disabilities, carers & men's groups, coffee club, special interest groups, day & evening programs