Gallipoli Home
A home that is right for you and your family makes all the difference. Contact us to see why Gallipoli Home is right for you!

02 9136 3000

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    11 Gelibolu Parade
    Auburn NSW 2144, Australia

    Careers at Gallipoli
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    • What is Live-in Care? 03/12/2020
      Live-in care means that a carer will live-in your loved one's home. Find out how live-in care can work for you, including information about costs, where a live-in carer can be found, and what they will need. What is live in care? Live-in care means having a fully trained carer living with you in your own […]
      Emily Inkpen
    • Private Carers: Your 4 most common questions answered 04/11/2020
      What a private carer is, what they do, the qualities you should look out for, and how you can find a trusted private carer to suit your needs. Many people prefer to look for a private carer rather than using a care agency. Private carers are generally much more affordable, more flexible and allow you […]
      Dr Jamie Wilson
    • What is Companionship Care? 30/09/2020
      A companion carer can be life changing for those who are lonely, but still want to remain in their own home. Companionship care aims to reduce or prevent loneliness in an elderly person. Companionship care provides support for those who are isolated and lonely, but still healthy and happy to remain in their own home. […]
      Emily Inkpen
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    • 4 Ways to Protect Your Respiratory System 20/02/2021
      As concerns about COVID-19 persist, respiratory health and how to protect your respiratory system should be a priority. From pneumonia to lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, there are a variety of illnesses beyond the coronavirus that can impact your health. We’ll examine the most common types of lung diseases and the steps you […]
    • How to Start the Search for a Senior Living Community 18/02/2021
      Once you’ve decided to look for a senior living community, the next step is to begin your research. You’ll want to make sure you learn everything you can in order to make an informed decision. Finding a community that will meet your needs now and in the future is vital. It is also important to […]
    • Get the Facts about Heart Disease 12/02/2021
      February is National Heart Month. Each year organizations like the National Heart Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) dedicate the month to sharing resources and tools. It’s an opportunity to help people learn more about cardiac diseases, including controllable risk factors. That’s important information for people to know because heart disease […]
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    • On Dementia: Care, Community and Creativity 24/02/2021
      Conversations of hope, joy, and better ways to care for and support individuals living with dementia and their care partners More than 5 million Americans live with Alzheimer’s disease and over 15 million family members, friends and volunteers serve as care partners, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Individuals with Alzheimer’s and other dementias do not […]
      Courtney Pulitzer
    • Black and Brown Aging Life Care Managers® Changing The World, One Client at a Time 17/02/2021
      For over 400 years, black and brown communities have experienced systemic racism and intergenerational trauma (Gibbs et al., 2020). In 2020 and 2021, we continued to experience these traumatizing events portrayed through violence, dehumanization, and oppression. The disparities among black and brown communities have been marginalized and minimized by many for so long that some […]
      Courtney Pulitzer
    • Sex, Money, & Your Parents: Conversations you never wanted to have 10/02/2021
      Annie and her two siblings have been helping their elderly parents in a growing number of ways over the past several years. Assisting with the care and upkeep of the family home, making needed grocery runs, preparing meals, attending occasional medical appointments, and in general — ensuring things are going OK.  Their mom was diagnosed […]
      Courtney Pulitzer