OPEN HOURS      MONDAY TO FRIDAY  9am   to  4pm

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German-speaking Aged Services supports clients and their carers living independent lives meaningful to them.

  • Holistic: We see a person in their complexity (social, physical, spiritual, psychological aspects)
  • Community: our clients are more than a number- they are individuals and part of our community
  • Positive Ageing: we work together drawing on our clients’ and their community’s strengths and resources.


Phone: 08 8340 3889


529 Port Road,
West Croydon SA 5008



Welcome to German Speaking Aged Services Association Inc.

Our organisation was originally established in 2003 as the Welfare Centre for German-speaking Seniors by the SA German Association Inc. to support older members of the German-speaking community in Metropolitan Adelaide.

German-speaking Aged Services Inc. is a  charity registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for -profits Commission (ACNC). All our efforts are aimed to support our community. Donations and bequests are welcome to support our cause.

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GSASA currently provides community services to seniors of 65 years or older and their carers living in Metropolitan Adelaide, priority is for persons of German-speaking background.



We are proud of our dedicated volunteers who are an integral part of our team. Volunteering with us means you spend some of your time supporting older persons either by transporting them to one of our senior groups or visiting them at home.



My Aged Care: as of July 1st 2015 the My Aged Care helpline and website are the port of call for information and referrals for aged care services, both community and residential.

CHSP: the beginning of July 2015 has also seen the roll-out of the new Commonwealth Home Support Programme which replaces previous HACC, NRCP, ACHA and Day Therapy programs.



The German Speaking Aged Services Association are a proud affliate to a large number of reputable organisations.



“I enjoy seeing the people I have seen before, I am somebody here. It’s good to catch up once a week.”

Willi, 89


“I love coming here. It gets me out of the house. I meet people. I love singing, I love playing games.”

Marianne, 75


“I live in a residential facility but still want to go out. Here I am happy. The food is nice. I come here every fortnight.”

Lieselotte, 91