A new Wollongong startup developing innovative ways to help people age in their own homes is growing steadily and expanding its territory.

Since starting in July 2017 allcare has employed 22 people and introduced new practices to its rapidly increasing client base.

Founded by UOW commerce graduate Christopher Murphy and Deanne Maunsell allcare is located at the iAccelerate building where it graduated last year. It also has a satellite office in Nowra.

The in-home aged care service provider received institutional investment from Artesian Capital Ventures to help it get started.

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Original article written by Greg Ellis and published by The Illawarra Mercury .

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