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Sponsorship and Partnerships

As a means of giving back to our community, Prestige Inhome Care sponsors a range of local organisations and individuals. We have also partnered with a number of organisations who share our values and common goals of making a difference in our clients’ lives and helping Australians maintain their independence. 

Such relationships have contributed to Prestige becoming more visible in the local community and enabled us to give something back to the people who support us.

ACCPA– Aged & Community Care Providers Association

LASA – Leading Age Services Australia is the national association for all providers of age services of all types and sizes across residential care, home care and retirement living/senior housing across Australia’s metropolitan, regional and rural areas. Their diverse and representative membership gives LASA the ability to convey authority on issues of importance to older Australians and the age service industry. LASA has also developed a new home care package pricing tool that gives the edge on success while optimising value as well as Codes for the industry.

Palliative Care

Palliative Care – Established in 1998, Palliative Care Australia is the national peak body and representative of all those who work towards high quality palliative care for all Australians. Their aim is to improve access, promote the need, influence, foster and promote the delivery of quality palliative care, including cementing networks between all providers; i.e. primary, specialist and support, and the community.

Dementia Australia

Dementia Australia – Dementia Australia has developed resources to assist all Australians to get a better understanding of what they can do to contribute to a dementia-friendly nation. Dementia Australia represents the 459,000 Australians living with dementia and the almost 1.6 million Australians involved in their care. They provide carefully selected content which is relevant and useful with regard to support, information and education for people living, carers, family and friends, and health professionals.

My Aged Care

My Aged Care is the starting point to access Australia Government-funded aged care services to get the help and support available. Their website has been established to help navigate the aged care system and any changes to the Australian Government’s aged care system which have been designed to give people more choice, more control and easier access to a full range of aged care services.


MND – Established in 1991, MND Australia (formerly the Motor Neurone Disease Association of Australia) is a national body for people living with MND, and encourages collaboration to promote optimal care outcomes. They also enable research that will identify the cause and lead to better care, control and ultimately a cure, as well as support and act in accordance with national policies and position statements. Currently MND Australia is calling for an end to age discrimination of people diagnosed with a disability aged 65+ who cannot access the National Disability Insurance Scheme.


Established in 1973, Lendlease harnesses their expertise in infrastructure, design, development, investments and management to deliver a project from conception to completion and are committed to be truly sustainable – environmentally, socially and economically. This is fundamental to their vision to create the best places, places for people today and for future generations. Lendlease has been providing aged care services across Australia in an environment that fosters a sense of belonging and support.


Homestyle – For over 30 years, Homestyle Aged Care Services has provided residential care homes and services in a homely environment of caring, compassion and respect for all their residents in the greater Melbourne metropolitan and Geelong areas. Homestyle has qualified experienced professionals in the aged care industry, to satisfy the changing needs within an ageing community by providing excellence of care and comfort, based on best practices.

Mosman Chamber of Commerce

Mosman Chamber of Commerce – The Mosman Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organisation that promotes and supports the interests of the Mosman business community. Its primary charter is the promotion of local business within the community and brings together a diverse group of local businesses with a shared desire to connect with each other.

East Connect

East Connect – Established since October 2014, East Connect’s aim is to bring together like-minded local businesses, creating a trustworthy network for not only each other, but the broader community, via our website and social media channels. East Connect is an Eastern Suburbs based SME business network group, committed to supporting each other and the local community.

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