Registered as an association in 1961, the original 32 bed aged care hostel was opened in 1969 and was built on land donated by Jack and Maud Ray, farmers from Karlgarin.

From this rich history and humble beginnings, Capecare has served the local community for over 50 years.

Today, Capecare includes:

* Ray Village (55 independent living units and 118 residential care beds for those ranging from low to high care needs located in Busselton)

* Strelley Adult Day Centre (located onsite at Ray Village, Busselton)

* Armstrong Park (proposed independent living apartments and residential facility in Dunsborough)

Key features:

* Locally managed not for profit entity

* Unique and uplifting beachfront environment

* Peace of mind of the Capecare ‘one link’ entry to aged care

* Access to Home Support & Care, Strelley Adult Day Centre, Independent Living and Residential Care

* A sense of connectedness between residents, staff and local community

* Professional and caring team of over 220 staff and 115 volunteers

* Empowering over 600 clients annually

WA NDIS clusters:
1: Accommodation
2: Daily living
3: Communication
4: Wellbeing
5: Having a break
6: Episodic coordination and planning of support
7: Behaviour support and specialist care
8: Therapy and specialist support
Meet the team:

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