ANFE Community Care was established in Adelaide in 1961 as Associazione Nazionale Famiglie degli Emigrati Incorporated by Antonio Giordano AM, an author and journalist, who sought to support
newly-arriving migrants through community-based services.
More than 60 years on, our vision is to provide aged and disability community services with a model of care which focuses on building the capacity of clients, encouraging and facilitating regular activity to improve or maintain their independence.
ANFE Community Care
is a registered NDIS provider.
Social Support Group
A Social Support Group for people from aculturally and linguistically
One-to-One Social Support
Transport service designed to assist people, allowing clients to attend activities, shops and appointments.
Disability Support Program
Encourages the independence and social and economic participation of people with disability.
Supporting and maintaining relationships between carers and clients by offering high quality respite service which allows carers to take a break.
Active Ageing Exercise
Promoting health and well-being by providing strength training programs run by accredited fitness trainers.
Out & About
Monthly Activities on exciting trips to various sites all across all metro areas. Transportation to sites along with guided qualified staff.
Important support for frail older people and their carers. Provide opportunities for care recipients to undertake activities meaningful for them to enjoy.
Community Visitors Scheme
A volunteer-driven scheme funded by the Australian Federal Government. Enrich's the quality of life in aged care homes.
Ageing Well Initiative
Supporting older persons, empowering them and supporting their capacity for ageing well.
Combines a trusted name to an essential service for those wishing to remain living at home for as long as possible.