MACASA’s Community Services

Assisting the elderly and frail Maltese and wider community clients to remain in their own homes. MACASA is a volunteer-based service that provides in-home support services to the elderly, younger people with a disability and their carers.

Hot, culturally appropriate, meals are delivered fresh each day from Monday to Friday in certain areas at lunchtime. For many people who would like meals but live outside our delivery areas we have developed a Frozen Meals Program. This program is also available Monday to Friday and any number of meals can be picked up from our facility either on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis.

Brochure – MACASA Meals Service

Hot Meal Delivery Area Map

MACASA has a 4 week rotational 3 course menu with a soup or an entree, choice of 2 mains and a dessert. Most meals are served with 2 to 3 seasonal vegetables. Download a copy of our current Winter menu – Winter Menu 2021

Many clients also collect frozen meals each month when they attend our Monthly Activities Group. The Monthly Activities Program aims to address social isolation and encourage community participation. Download a copy of our current Winter Frozen’s Menu order form – Winter 2021 – Frozen Order Form

Social Support Individual and Group

The Monthly Activities Program aims to address social isolation and encourage community participation. This program aims to help many families and especially those who live alone to get out and enjoy some company within the community on a regular basis. At these sessions, following a three course lunch we play bingo and have guest speakers. Musical and comedy entertainment has also been provided that has proved very popular and enjoyable.

MACASA also provides services that include domestic assistance, language assistance, transport to medical appointments or social activities, social visiting, social activities to alleviate isolation and assistance with shopping.

Full-day & Mini Bus Trips

We run regular Bus Trips to local South Australian tourist attractions for our clients. Each trip includes a three-course lunch plus morning and/or afternoon tea. Favourite destinations include Victor Harbor, the Adelaide Hills and the Barossa Valley.

For our elderly clients who don’t have access to transport, we run shorter Mini Day Trips where we collect clients directly from their homes, take them for a lunch-based outing (like a cruise on the Port River or a movie day) and then drop them back at their homes.

For more information about our support services for the elderly, frail and younger people with a disability and their families,  please contact the office on: Phone: (08) 8241 0266.

Domestic Assistance – Services Now Available

Are you finding it harder to perform daily tasks?  MACASA can assist with Domestic Assistance on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis.  Our Domestic Assistance cleaners can assist with general cleaning tasks such as cleaning the bathroom, mopping, vacuuming, washing etc.

View our Domestic Assistance Brochure here – Brochure – MACASA Domestic Assistance Service

Your Rights

MACASA values the rights and privacy of all our clients. Feedback from our clients about the service that they receive is valued and welcomed to assist MACASA to provide the best possible service to our clients. Please see our Your Rights brochure to see your rights and responsibilities here – Brochure – MACASA Your Rights.

If you have a complaint about the service you have received you are able to contact the Aged Care Complaints Commissioner on 1800 550 552 or visit or download their brochure here – Do you have a concern (English) or Do you have a concern (Maltese). To view this brochure in another language Click Here.

My Aged Care

All new ageing clients will need to contact My Aged Care to be assessed and obtain a referral to MACASA.  My Aged Care can be contacted by phone on 1800 200 422 or you can go to  For MACASA services you will need to search for Maltese Meals & Community Services.