During the COVID-19 health pandemic, Carers SA is fully committed to supporting South Australian carers (click here to learn more). If you need assistance during this time, please call us on 1800 422 737


Are You a Carer?

Are you helping a family member or a friend in their day-to-day life?

Do they have a disability, a drug or alcohol-related problem, are experiencing a mental illness, have a long term medical condition or are they frail and aged? Carers SA is here to support you.

Do you regularly do their shopping, housework or help them take their medication, or get to hospital appointments? If this sounds like you, you are one of more than 2.7 million carers in Australia. Carers SA is here to support you.

To find out what Carers SA can offer you, register with us today.


Who are you caring for?

  • Someone Elderly

    Our population is ageing rapidly, and many people look after older or frail family members or friends.

  • Someone With Dementia

    Caring for a person living with dementia can be stressful and lonely at times.

  • Someone With A Disability

    The needs of people living with a disability are diverse, and every situation is different.

  • Someone With An Alcohol Or Drug Related Problem

    Caring for someone with an alcohol or drug addiction can be difficult to deal with on your own.

  • Someone With Ongoing Ill-Health

    Caring for someone with an ongoing illness such as dementia or cancer can be challenging and emotionally draining.

  • Someone With A Terminal Illness

    Looking after a person who is dying can be stressful and distressing, and you may need help and support.

  • Someone With A Mental Health Condition

    Mental health conditions vary, and supporting a person with a mental health condition can be overwhelming and confusing.

Are you under 25 and looking after a Family Member or Friend?

Do you regularly help out and support a person who requires ongoing care?

At Carers SA, we believe all children and young people have the right to enjoy life and reach their potential. We can support you to balance your caring role with study, work, and social life.

We’re here for you…

Carer Support Planning

Speak with one of our team members about your caring role so we can together determine the services that may be of best benefit to you.

Peer Support

Our peer groups give you the opportunity to share experiences, focus on different topics aimed at connecting, supporting and empowering you in your everyday life.


Free, short-term counselling services can help you if you are experiencing difficulties with anxiety, stress, depression, grief and loss and low mood.


Work one on one with a team member to identify a personal goal you want to achieve to create positive change in your life.

Carer Directed Support

Carer needs are varied and individual and so arethe supports we can offer including one off practical support that might be used for items and services such as cleaning services, planned respite, cooking and more.