Freedom Home Care

Providing Support, Creating Independence

Looking for responsive and local home care in North or North-West Tasmania?


Freedom Home Care is locally owned and operated from Launceston since 2015 and has a network of carers that extends to the North-West of the state.

Our mission is to offer a personal service unmatched by large, corporate providers. We are a nationally approved care provider that is receptive to your needs and delivers services as quickly as possible. Our sensitive and experienced team of accredited carers are on call 24/7 to keep you comfortable, both in your home and out in the community.



Are you or a loved one living with the challenge of an intellectual, physical or social disability?

We are part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) which gives funding to those under 65 for the provision of support and development of skills for a better life.

Get in touch today and we'll move swiftly to get you the home care services you need.


Is living at home becoming more difficult as you get older?

We offer a range of government funded home care services for eligible older people through the Consumer Directed Care (CDC) program.

We'll work closely with you to come up with a tailored solution that meets your needs and goals.


The Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) provides free health care services to veterans and widows.

We are an approved provider of the DVA's Community Nursing Program (CNP) which aims to improve the independence and health of its clients.

Our qualified nurses are ready to help you at home, so get in touch today.



We can provide assistance with personal hygiene, washing, showering, bathing, dressing, feeding and toileting.



Home care can include cleaning, laundry, gardening, and transport such as shopping and getting to appointments.



We're here to help you live with dignity and independence in the community and avoid social isolation. 

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“Wonderful ladies – pleasant and caring. I looked forward to their assistance and always felt stronger from their encouragement to me.” 

—  Margaret