Enhancing the lives of older Australians and those who care for them
The Home Instead Foundation was established in 2014 by Sarah and Martin Warner in commemoration of Home Instead Australia’s 10th year of service.
The Home Instead Foundation raises funds for local community initiatives, groups, programs and research projects in support of:
Alzheimer’s disease & other dementias
- Specialized dementia education and training for families and communities; innovative programs that lead to better diagnosis, treatment and care; support services family caregivers; and research for a cure.
Education & research
- Investing in the future with scholarships and research grants for students studying incurable diseases affecting seniors such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease as well as research initiatives that will result in meaningful changes for seniors’ health, wellbeing and quality of life.
Health & wellness
- Bringing meaningful change to the health and aged care sector, making it more accessible for seniors;
- Organisations who provide charitable care for seniors in genuine need;
- Investing in senior health, wellness and prevention initiatives, and nutrition and exercise programs.
- Enabling seniors to remain living in their community.
- Supporting isolated and disadvantaged seniors.
- Carer support groups and activities.
- Developing successful age friendly cities and rural communities.
- Strengthening local public services and systems that support the elderly.
- Ensuring the most basic needs of seniors are met through outreach initiatives and collaborative partnerships with the public and private sectors.
As the efforts of the Foundation continue to develop, we will look forward to sharing our outcomes and success stories.