Part of Bolton Clarke Group
Acacia Living Group is part of Bolton Clarke Group, Australia's largest independent not-for-profit aged care provider of home care, retirement living and residential aged care.
After joining forces with other experienced providers, the Bolton Clarke group of companies includes Acacia Living Group, Allity and McKenzie Aged Care.
Meeting the needs of Western Australians for more than 50 years
We are a charitable organisation operating in Perth and regional Western Australia providing:
- Residential aged care
- Respite facilities
- Retirement villages
- Home care services
Acacia Living Group was previously known as RSL Care WA – a reflection of our heritage stretching back to the establishment of WA’s War Veterans’ Home in Mount Lawley.
The decision to change the name to Acacia Living Group was made to reflect our commitment to serve Western Australians from all walks of life. In November 2021, Acacia Living became part of the Bolton Clarke Group.
We are embracing a period of enormous change in the retirement and aged care sector. We recognise that the new generation of “Baby Boomer” retirees have expectations of high quality facilities and more flexible care options.
Whether you want to stay in your own home and have services delivered to your doorstep or enjoy the benefits of retirement living in a secure and supportive village, Acacia Living Group has options for you.
Also, for those who reach a point in life’s journey where they need more intense day-to-day care, we provide residential facilities staffed by highly trained and dedicated nursing and care teams.
The Bolton Clarke Board of Directors use their experience to help build world class services and support more independent, fuller lives for thousands of people, both here in Australia and globally. Our skills-based Board provides a foundation to support our sustainable future growth with joint management, executive risk and audit, and clinical governance committees and a portfolio decision group to ensure our governance processes are best in class.
The Board is committed to ensuring the care and services provided to consumers meet the Aged Care Quality Standards which took effect on 1 July 2019.