Thank you to our confirmed Sponsors and Exhibitors, who will be showcasing their services and products at the Expo.
We are the Tasmanian Branch of the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF), the largest national union in Australia. We are the leading voice and advocate of health issues. With over 275,000 members nationwide and 8,000 in Tasmania alone, our strength and collective bargaining power allows us to actively promote and protect the interests of nurses, midwives and care workers, as well as the wider community.
The Finney Funerals’ difference.
Finney Funeral Services has been providing Tasmanian families with high-quality funeral care and advice on arranging funerals for over a century. With our philosophy of trust, care and support at the centre of everything we do, we offer assistance at the time of impending death, up to, and during the funeral.
integratedliving offers customised health services and in home support that enable people to live a full and independent life. We provide vital services for older people, those living with a disability, and their carers across rural, regional and remote areas of Australia.
Perhaps you think we are a firm of lawyers. We prefer to think of ourselves as Advocates for Change. Our team has a genuine desire to help people make meaningful change in their lives, and that’s precisely what we do for individuals, businesses and the Tasmanian community.
Senior Helpers Tasmania is a family-owned business with family values – to improve the quality of life for our clients and staff. Each day we celebrate life and appreciate opportunities to provide support to Tasmanians needing care and respite.
AFDA is widely recognised as the authoritative voice on all funeral matters. Our key objective is to optimise the funeral experience and ensure quality delivery of service by enhancing and promoting professional funeral standards.
Australian Hearing provides world leading research and hearing services for the wellbeing of all Australians. We are the nation’s largest provider of Government funded hearing services to eligible people including children under 26, pensioners, veterans, adults with complex communication needs and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people over 50.
Our team works with patients, their support networks and our community to ensure quality care at the end of their lives. Calvary Health Care’s Melwood Palliative Care Unit is dedicated to providing holistic and ongoing palliative care to patients, their caregivers and families.
We recognise and acknowledge all of those in our community who are involved in Palliative Care.
On display will be wigs from our free wig library, brochures for our other programs, contact details for Support Co-Ordinators and E-Bulletins.
We get it. Just when life should be full of possibilities, cancer crashes into a young person’s world and shatters everything. CanTeen is the game changer.
CBS assists older people, people with disability, and unpaid carers to remain living independently at home.
Living the life they choose, in the place they love.
Community Care TASMANIA is an award- winning local not-for-profit home care provider. We know our community, and we offer personalised services that put your care first.
DonateLife coordinates organ and tissue donation in Tasmania and provides education to raise community and clinical awareness.
Visit our knowledgeable Donation Specialist Nurses at the DonateLife booth to discuss any questions you might have about donation.
Register as an organ and tissue donor during your visit, it takes less than 2 minutes to register you decision that could one day save lives.
Independent Living Centre Tasmania (ILC Tas) is an information and advisory service about assistive equipment and technologies. Equipify is a division of ILC Tas, registered with the NDIS.
J. A. Dunn Funeral Directors have been proudly helping Tasmanian families since 1883. With dedicated and experience staff, we are able to assist families with at-need and pre-paid funerals as well as plaques an memorialisation.
Just Cats Tasmania is a not for profit Cat Shelter who care for the less fortunate felines.
We take in all sorts of cats for different reasons and look after them until they are ready to be rehomed, we also offer adoptions, boarding and bequest programs including Benji’s Legacy where your cat can be cared for by Just Cats forever.
Li-Ve Tasmania – providing genuine person-centred support to people living with disability in Tasmania for over 65 years.
Following our guiding principles of love service and sustainability we are forging the way in Tasmania for affordable, environmental, family led pre and post death care
At MCT, we are focused on delivering high quality, customised services to meet the current and future needs of older Tasmanians. We have been providing residential aged care, community home care support services and retirement living across Tasmania for more than 60 years.
Southern Cross Care (Tas) Inc. is a wholly Tasmanian aged care provider with over 40 years’ experience, offering home care, residential care, independent living and respite care.
Tasmanian Perpetual Trustees was established in 1887 to be an impartial Executor and Trustee for Tasmanians. With over 130 years’ experience in Wills and Estate Planning, have confidence knowing your estate will be managed professionally.
The District Nurses is one of Tasmania’s oldest and best-loved community organisations committed to care. We provide support to help people to continue living safely and well in their own homes and community.
A lasting reputation in health education and research with local, national and global impact, we aspire to meet healthcare needs of ageing populations, reduce disease burden, deliver affordable healthcare and improve consumer engagement.
Reduce your risk of a stroke: find out how and have a heart screening test with the ‘What’s your beat’ UTAS research team
The ‘Y’ welcomes everyone to join us for a wide range of recreational and sporting activities for all ages. You’ll find a happy and relaxed atmosphere at our centre, you can get to know others and make new friends whilst taking part in a varied programs to suit your interests and improve your wellbeing.