Continued independence and quality of life are at the heart of Coastlink’s aged care supports.

Our holistic approach to aged care helps you live with greater autonomy by addressing your physical, social and emotional needs.

View our Aged Care Pricing Guide for more information.

Individual and Home-Based Supports

Our professional carers can help you safely stay in the comfort of your home longer with supports including:


Appointments such as doctors, dentists, hairdressers or health

Personal care including showering, dressing and grooming

General housekeeping

Preparing light meals and snacks

Centre and Community Group-Based Supports

Need a friend?

Our warm and inviting Friendship Centres are the perfect place to meet new people, enjoy a meal and have a good laugh.

You’ll find our Centres at Green Point Community Centre and our Woy Woy Activity Hub.

Friends enjoy activities and events on the Central Coast and in Newcastle and Sydney including:

Group-based centre activities

Theme days

Theatre and art gallery outings

Club visits


Concerts and live shows

What is CHSP?

The Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) helps older Australians maintain their independence longer by funding Aged Care services to keep them well, safe, connected and self-sufficient.

Elderly man with a walking stick being assisted by friends

If you’re over 65 years of age (50 years for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people) or over 50 years and on a low income, homeless or are at risk of being homeless; and still living at home, the CHSP can help you with everyday tasks and support to enhance your health and wellbeing.

Whatever independence looks like for you, Coastlink and the CHSP are here to help you achieve it.

As a registered provider, Coastlink is funded to provide its wide range of aged care services through the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP).

A My Aged Care referral to the program is essential.