In the early part of the decade Westcare underwent a major restructure into separate businesses of Westcare Accommodation Services, Westcare Foodpak (including Industrial Packaging), Westcare Print, Westcare Box and Westcare Safety.
In 2016 Westcare acquired Percival Print & Packaging Pty Ltd which specialise in the manufacture of packaging materials for Australia wide clients. This company offered many synergies for the existing Westcare operations and has been incorporated into the Westcare organisation.
During the decade the Westcare Accommodation Services were rationalised: the Glendalough Neighbourcare scheme was discontinued with the sole focus now being on the provision of services at the Florence Hummerston Village. In 2015 the village was further expanded with the conversion of the old C block (which was being used as storage) to include an additional eight new units, bringing the total to 48. In addition a new gym and recreation centre was opened for residents and the dining room facilities were substantially upgraded and modernised.
During this period Westcare has continued to donate the Dr Alan King Westcare Grants to fund medical research into chronic lung diseases. These grants support laboratory, clinical and epidemiological research into the cause, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of respiratory infections including tuberculosis.
The Long Service Awards continue to be granted to Westcare employees. In the last few years, Kim McNab has received the 45 year service award and Greg Gardiner has received the 40 year service award, and there are several behind them who are on the way to reaching these milestones. Westcare Annual Awards also continue to be awarded to recognise employees who have provided outstanding service, with the awards named after some of those who have made outstanding contributions to Westcare themselves. This includes Florence Hummerston OBE, Dr Bob Elphick CBE, Dr Alan King AM, Dr Linley Henzell CBE, Peter Wall, Alan Tough OAM, and Richard (Dick) Howell.
A major milestone has been reached with Westcare recently celebrating its 70 year anniversary. This was commemorated with a 70th cocktail celebration hosted by the President Sue Morey OAM and attended by the Governor of Western Australia, The Honourable Kerry Sanderson AC. Morning Teas are held regularly to acknowledge the appreciation of Westcare to the large number of donors who provide financial support, some of whom have been donating to the organisation for many years. A special morning tea was held at the Florence Hummerston Village to acknowledge the 70th anniversary and was attended by 180 people including Westcare Donors and Supporters, Ambassadors, Board Members and Government representatives.
Westcare now provides employment for around 140 people of which 100 are supported employees, with 60 of these located at Bassendean premises and 40 at the Nedlands office.