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Getting in-home aged and disability care is a great way to help you continue to live at home, safely and independently.

We’re ‘here to help’.  Maitland Community Care Services (MCCS) has been a valued provider of services for people over 65 or those living with disability and those who care for them, for over 30 years. 

We are a not for profit government funded service, which means all our resources go into service delivery and quality improvement. We are a registered charity and are accredited against the Home Care Standards.

In mid 2018 we merged with another like minded organisation - Adssi In-home Support, under the umbrella of ADSSI Limited.  The ADSSI Limited Year in Review 2018-2019 is our first publication following the merge. You can find out more about the organisation here -  2019_ADSSI Limited_AnnualReport_Web

MCCS takes pride in delivering quality client focused services to enable people to remain living at home independently and connected to their community.

Services are provided by a screened, police checked, dedicated and qualified team of volunteers and paid staff. All staff and volunteers have attended training on dementia awareness, LGBTIQ+ in aged care, Aboriginal awareness and disability awareness.

Subisidised support is provided through My Aged Care (for people over 65) and the NDIS (for anyone living with disability, under 65).

MCCS can help people who have been approved for the following programs:

  • Commonwealth Home Support Program
  • Home Care Packages - Level 1 - 4
  • Community Transport
  • Meals on Wheels
  • National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

Check your eligibility with My Aged Care (MAC) by calling them on 1800 200 422. You can then choose MCCS to provide this additional support. 

The NDIS can be contacted on 1800 800 110

We look forward to supporting you and providing the services you need to continue living at home and in your community.


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We are committed to reconciliation through our Reconciliation Action Plan. Artwork (above at right): Mundoe-Nurra, by Kevin Duncan.

We affirm the right to equality, respect and fairness for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) clients, staff and volunteers.