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Why choose Annecto?

Annecto 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.

Aged care support

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.

Disability support

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.

Latest from Annecto

Five women sit in a line on the small ledge at the Annecto Mornington location. They have various mobility devices withthem including a cane and a walker. They are focused on a woman who's standing on the left talking to them.

Three new locations in the South East Melbourne region

We would love your presence and participation at the launch of our three new locations in the South East Melbourne region.

Our new spaces are designed to be a welcoming, safe and inclusive environment, where it will be easier than ever for you to find the right local aged care and disability support services to help you live the life you want. 

Our June 2022 calendar is filled with sessions to introduce the local community to the range of disability and aged care services that we can provide.

Front door recycling

Front door recycling (FDR) is a clothing collection initiative offering real life work experience to adults with a disability in Ballarat.

FDR provides collection services for pre-loved clothing and textiles. We provide a complete solution to recycling, taking care of everything from collection through to distribution. Each household receives a FDR recycling bag and a collection calendar outlining FDR’s fortnightly collection dates for the year.

You can get involved, or organise to donate your preloved clothing, by contacting us.

Three people, two men and one woman, are wearing fluro vets over their jumpers and masks of different colours. The men walk in front of her, carrying a large back full of clothes between them. She folows after. They are exiting a grey house to the street, a big white house on the left of them.
A woman with brown hair in a green turtle neck and purple jacket sits with her hands on her crossed legs. She is smiling at the camera. There is a couch with colourful pillows behind her and a pull up banner that says "Speakers bank - Ordinary people" in blue and white behind her. The rest of the banner we cannot read as it is behind the couch.

Speakers Bank

Do you have an event coming up and need an inspirational speaker?

The Speakers Bank is comprised of public speakers with personal experience of disability and ageing who talk to groups about barriers to inclusion and experiences relating to work, social, and recreational pursuits.

All Speakers Bank speakers are trained in public speaking and are eager to share with the community the story of their lives, their experiences and their challenges.

You’ll be surprised by the things you’ll learn from a Speakers Bank speaker.

Call us today to find out more on 1800 266 328

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