Our New Name
Our new name, LiveBetter, reflects our approach to helping the people of Central Queensland live better lives, with services that suit them. We are now better able to serve you with improved technology, quality and client safeguarding systems.
To find out how we are now helping more people in more places live better lives, click on the button below.
Call us today 1800 580 580
LiveBetter - providing community services that focus on you.
We are a registered NDIS and Aged Care Provider, delivering Aged, Carer, Child & Family, Clinical, Disability and Mental Health services across regional New South Wales and Queensland.
home & community care
Giving those who are frail, older or living with dementia the opportunity to stay at home and remain independent for as long as possible.
LiveBetter Community Services is a dynamic human services agency which focuses its efforts on supporting people with disabilities, aged people, people with mental illness and children in the child protection system. We also provide a range of clinical services across regional Queensland as part of a number of funded health programs which focus on increasing access to primary health care and wellbeing activities for rural and remote communities.
We work with communities to develop strategies that are relevant within those communities. We provide practical support and value for money. This support can be provided in your home or in the community. We also have some group activities and centre based activities.
Our aim is to provide individuals, families and communities in Australia with the resources and support they need to build on their existing capabilities and realise their potential.
Who We Are
Who We Assist
LiveBetter provides individualised assistance to support independent living within the community.
Who can receive help from LiveBetter?
Mature members of the community who need assistance to maintain their independent lifestyle;
People faced with physical or intellectual challenges that require support to live independently;
People who need respite from supporting the people they care for with physical or intellectual challenges;
Those with challenges related to mental illness who are seeking opportunities to regain or develop life skills; and
Children or young people who are in the care of Child Safety Services