Levels of Care

CCA offers a full range of care services from community care, independent living in its villages, and residential care which includes dementia-specific and psycho-geriatric care.


CCA Residential Care

Emmaus, St Agnes, Maryknoll, Mt Carmel and Vincent Court

offer care to older people who require ongoing professional nursing and personal care. CCA's residential services have been approved by the Commonwealth Government.

Self Care

CCA has two retirement villages that enable people to maintain independence in stylish self-contained self care units, while enjoying a great community atmosphere.  Our independent living villages offer you freedom from building and garden maintenance, a sense of security, companionship and access to other useful services and facilities. As a major provider of community care, CCA can also offer community aged care services to our village residents who have been assessed as requiring it.

Community Care 


Whether you need a little help around the home or require greater support with day-to-day activities, our Community Care program provides you with a variety of options for the assistance you would like to receive. As your needs change, we can adjust our services so you can continue to live the life you want.

Home Care

Services may include assistance with domestic responsibilities including cleaning, meal preparation and shopping.An Aged Care Assessment Team assessment is required prior to commencing any aged care community care package.

Personal Care

Services may include assistance with showering and dressing as well as medication management

Nursing Care

Services may include assistance with injections, catheter care and health monitoring

How do I Access Community Care?

Private Services

To access community care privately, simply contact the Community Care Team on (02) 5525 3600.

Department of Veteran Affairs Nursing Care To access DVA nursing care, you will need to obtain a referral form which can be gained through your GP or by speaking to your Hospital Discharge Planner. Alternatively you can self-refer to the Community Care Team by calling (02) 5525 3600.

Home Care Packages

Accessing a Home Care Package is easy by following 5 simple steps.

1. Assess Eligibility

Contact My Aged Care to book an appointment with the local Aged Care Assessment Team www.myagedcare.gov.au or 1800 200 422.

2. Establish Needs

Make an appointment with the Catholic Care of the Aged Community Care Team. Call (02) 5525 3600.

3. Work Out Costs

The Australian Government subsidises a range of aged care services in Australia. If your personal circumstances allow, you may be asked to contribute towards the cost of your Home Care Package.

4. Accept a Package

Your Community Care Team will determine a suitable, personalised package tailored to your individual needs.

5. Begin Service

Once you’ve accepted your Home Care Agreement and Plan, your care and services can begin.