JewishCare’s aged services provide more than just care. We’ve been helping our community since 1936, so we have more experience, more expertise and more practical solutions and resources to help you thrive at every stage of life.

More care

Founded in the belief we all benefit from a holistic approach to life, our aged services aim to support your social, emotional, physical and cultural needs while welcoming you into a vibrant community with a variety of services to suit.

Home care packages

Private or government funded, our professional care staff support and enable you to live well at home. We specialise in complex case management and clinical care suitable for those on Level 3 and 4 home care packages or requiring greater support to live independently.

Learn more by calling 1300 133 670 or emailing and ask about accessing additional financial assistance through our Tikvah Fund for holocaust survivors.

Burger Centre

A wellbeing and social day centre for seniors.

Burger Centre is a safe space for seniors to socialise and connect with your local community. With state-of-the art and purpose-built facilities, we offer a range of stimulating programs for seniors from all backgrounds to support holistic wellbeing, meaningful social connections through a variety of core and seasonal programs including Russian days, respite programs for dementia, carers and those with health concerns, arts, music and hydrotherapy. Find your favourite program today.

Connected Community

JewishCare is more than care, we’re a meeting place, for connecting, supporting and reflecting. Join one of our many clubs to meet with friends or make new ones, simply call us on 1300 133 660.

Community club network

Because staying connected is an important part of healthy ageing. Join our Friendship Clubs which are located across Sydney. These clubs organise social activities to enjoy with likeminded peers. We also run a monthly Café Europa function – book in and attend to connect with others and enjoy some great entertainment.

Links program

Feeling alone or isolated? Our Links program will match a volunteer to your needs, so you can engage in community activities or just have someone visit you at home.

Herta Muller Library

From novels to the latest from the Australian Jewish News, our volunteers record and distribute a range of audio materials for visually impaired people.


A free service where one of our friendly volunteers gives you a scheduled call. This might be simply to check in on your wellbeing or just a friendly chat.