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For nearly 70 years Bethanie has been warmly welcoming

For nearly 70 years Bethanie has been warmly welcoming older West Australians into a caring and personal environment.  We are proud of our local history, and from where we have grown with passion, and Mission-led purpose. Our trusted reputation as Western Australia’s leading not-for-profit aged care provider is built on a history of a second-to-none team and person-centered care.

As an industry leader, we’ve put in place some great tools to help you navigate the system, from accessing funding and understanding your options for care, right through to welcoming your first home care service or buying into a retirement village.

Bethanie journey

Our story

At Bethanie, we believe everyone is a valued member of society. We see ageing Australians as dynamic people who’ve led (and should continue to lead) interesting, purposeful and fulfilling lives. Because science (and life) tells us that true happiness comes from feeling valued. From being given the opportunity to meaningfully contribute, to give back, and to share with others.

For our residents and our communities, this may mean helping to raise grandchildren, expressing self creatively, contributing to community groups, continuing to enjoy lifelong passions, or simply just laughing with those they love.  No one should lose the right to meaningful experiences as they age, and the world shouldn’t be deprived of what they have to offer.

Aged Care Services

At Bethanie we provide a full range of services to support you as your needs change.  From help at home with daily living tasks, right through to residential care and many options in between.

We understand the importance of having options when making important  life decisions. At Bethanie, we offer you a complete range of aged care services across metropolitan Perth and Regional WA.  From Residential Aged Care, Retirement Villages, Home Care, Serviced Apartments and Social Centres, Bethanie has a way of supporting our older West Australians.

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