Supportive care for people who need it


We’d like to introduce ourselves

Providing Companions

You will feel confident using our supportive companion services for yourself or for your ageing parent, friend or even your neighbour, helping you care for them.
The qualifications and comprehensive experience of the directors provides the knowledge and know how required to deliver understanding, care, nuturing support that an in-home provider must possess to service the needs and expectations from clients.

Interesting information

Carole, Julie and Ro have a shared passion for helping others and have worked together for many years. Between them they have over 100 years of nursing experience.

Having worked for small, medium and large organisations including public health, private and not for profit. With experience as advisors to the government and organisations, Carole, Julie and Ro are well known in the care industry. You can be confident that they have the necessary up to date knowledge and connection to the wide range of resources to continue to support you or your loved one stay at home.

Ro Hogan

Ro started her nursing career in regional Victoria where she also qualified as a midwife. She has held a wide range of roles over the course of her career including managing large organisations delivering exceptional aged care. Ro has studied throughout her career and has an MBA, Grad Dip and Advanced Nursing qualifications.

Always keen on outdoor pursuits, the relocation to Perth 5 years ago has enabled Ro to enjoy cycling, sailing and walking.

Carole Bain

Started working in health care in Scotland at 16 years old as an axillary nurse and has been a registered nurse for 40 years, she holds a BSc Nursing, Master Health Service Management; is a Qualified Trainer and Assessor; and is a Graduate of AICD

Carole understands Aged Care inside out and upside down underpinned by 25 years aged care experience. In 2015, Carole was awarded the Aged and Community Excellence Award i by ACSA for her significant contribution to aged and community care.

Golf tragic and devoted grandmother

Julie Arnould

Started work at 16 as a carer. She has a BSc Health Studies, a Master of Health Service Management and Diploma in Stress Management and Massage Therapy. Julie has been a Registered Nurse for 28 years and is passionate about caring for others. Extensive lived experience caring for family members with dementia

Motorcycle enthusiast and lover of dogs

Our Vision

To Enable a better quality of life for many

Our Mission

To provide tailored Care and Companion services to help busy people regain quality time with their loved ones