The Neighbour Aid program is designed to assist frail aged people, people with Dementia and their Carers in our local community. Jubilee Community Services Neighbour Aid program aims to promote positive ageing that relates to the independence, participation, care, self-fulfillment and dignity of our Ageing community. Neighbour Aid is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services and Aged, Disability and Home Care (ADHC). Our Services are only available to people over the age of 65  who reside in the St George region , people on a disability pension  and their Carers, or Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders over the age of 50.   Our staff can provide information on other services available to assist you with meeting your needs. A referral can also be made to other appropriate services.

To access our Neighbour Aid program, you must first register with MAC (My Aged Care) who can be contacted on www.myagedcare.gov.au or 1800 200 422.  They will either do a phone or in person assessment and then you can request to be referred to Jubilee Community Services.

When accessing our Aged Care Services, generally clients will be asked to make  a Client Contribution and the policy on this can be downloaded here:    Client Contribution Policy

For more info on Neighbour Aid  neighbour-aid-brochure-dl-bi-fold


For the latest program and events associated with Neighbour Aid please email us.



Jubilee  Community Services Neighbour Aid program provides an extensive range of Social support services including:

  • Regular Bus Outings – alternating Wednesdays and Fridays.  Shopping Bus every Thursday.
  • Friendship Luncheons – 2nd and 4th Monday of each month.
  • Ladies High Tea
  • Home Visiting
  • Accompanied or List Shopping


Our  Dementia support workers will provide Neighbour Aid type services for people living with Dementia and their Carers. Services include:

  • Weekly Dementia Specific Outings on a Monday
  • Accompanied Shopping


Jubilee Community Services Inc (JCS) offers social support for people with mental health issues through our Drop in Social Group who meet every Thursday afternoon at our Mortdale Community Centre, 2b – 2c Boundary Road, Mortdale between 12.00pm – 2.00pm. This group relies on the funding and support of ADHC, our local councils, government, organisations and the generosity of the community.  We also offer an Arts Program – for more information, see the MHAD Tab on the home page.


We offer a free support and advocacy for any concern or complaint you may have.

Please contact our Information and Referral service on 9579 6322 for further information or email communityworker@jubileecs.org.au