Annecto provides aged care and disability support services that supports not only the individual, but the community as a whole. Whatever your story, we want to work together to help you achieve your best life.
As an experienced aged care provider, our focus is on you. We offer individualised aged care services that help address your needs and achieve your goals.
Whether you’re looking for more connections with your community, or to live comfortably in your own home, we’ll work alongside you to achieve what’s important to you.
At Annecto, the people we support are unique individuals, each having their own stories and life experiences. However, a common characteristic they all share is a fiercely independent need to do things on their own, and to not burden their families or others with their changing needs.
A not-for-profit event, Ability Fest is Australia’s first all-accessible music festival and a leader for inclusive events, using the power of music and the arts to destigmatise disabilities.
The Dylan Alcott Foundation partnered with Untitled Group to organise the event, and once again delivered a great day of inclusivity and accessibility for individuals of all abilities.
While most people were sharing proofs of love on Valentine’s Day, our Annecto staff was working towards developing new relationships with locals from the Ballarat region.
“We want to be truly part of the community in which we operate. So that people can come to us, walk in and find out how to navigate the NDIS or the aged care system,” Cheryl De Zilwa, CEO of Annecto said during the event.
Joan is 98 years old. She lives in the Grampians region. In the very same house that she and her late husband Graham bought 60 years ago. Recently, Snowy the dog found his way to her, and the two of them have been living happily together since.
Joan’s younger son got in touch with Annecto to support his mum to keep living independently in her home.