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About Us

About Sri Om Care

Sri Om Care is part of Sri Om Foundation and was initiated in October 2006 and was formally launched in August 2007 at Blacktown. The main concept has been derived from the principles given by Sri Om Adi Sakthiyendra Swamigal. These concepts have been adapted from the parent organisation, Sri Om Adi Sakthi Ashram which is located in the South of India and has branches in New Zealand, Fiji, Canada and in Australia (Blacktown, NSW).The concept was a manifestaion of our Swamiji’s simple philosophy – “Humanity leads Divinity, Divinity leads to Unity”. The notion conveys the message that god is there in every living being. In serving society, we are serving God. In doing so, we are all living as one.

“Humanity leads Divinity, Divinity leads to Unity”

– HH Sriom Adisakthiyendra Swamigal (Chairman)

Why Sriom?

Changing the Face of Aging

Sri Om Care brings the skills and expertise for caring for the elderly. Our staff and large volunteer base showcase a range of qualifications and are able to communicate in many of the Indian languages, besides English.

High Quality

Sri Om Care brings the skills and expertise for caring for the elderly. Our staff and large volunteer base showcase a range of qualifications and are able to communicate in many of the Indian languages, besides English.

Experience

Sri Om has been actively serving the community since 2006. A majority of our staff and volunteers have over 15 years experience in the health and community sectors.

We listen.

Your care manager will always start by listening to your needs and goals, not by making a list of tasks. Then we’ll use our expertise to help you reach your goals with a tailored plan that maximises the value of the services you receive.
Whether you need domestic help, personal care, nursing care or dementia care, we can do it all.

Here For You Always

We know that it can be overwhelming to welcome a stranger into the home. Because of that, we train our professionals not just on high-quality care but on interpersonal relationships as well.
  • Advanced age
  • Dementia or Alzheimer's disease
  • Degenerative disorders, such as MS or ALS
  • Post-surgery, including cosmetic, joint replacement, or heart surgery
  • Chronic conditions, such as diabetes, COPD, or cancer
Let us help you care for your loved one living with dementia!

Accomplishments Previous Directors

  • 10,000 meals cooked/received from volunteers
  • 140 Advocacy services provided including 109 My-aged Care related services
  • Chronic disease Self- Management Programs conducted where we had attendees
  • NSW Stepping-on Programs conducted where we had 55 attendees
  • Self Care & Disability support - 3000 Hours
  • Home Care & Social Support - 3600 Hours