With population ageing an increased number of older people live within the community. Non- profit sector organizationsdeliver healthcare and social care services to older people on behalf of state-sector organizations. As the demand for theseservices increase, the role of IT in service delivery becomes important. Research which investigates the use of ICT in theseaged care organizations is scarce. Whilst individualistic factors such as habit, planned behavior and reasoned action areimportant to understand continuous ICT use, non-profits are greatly influenced by their external environment and theindividualistic models are limited in their ability to contextualize the external factors. Using the social actor model (Lamband Kling, 2003) this research examines the influence of contextual factors that influence the post-adoptive use of ICT forclient record keeping. We examine how funder demands, client needs, relationships with external organizations and changesin service offerings influence the ICT use in these aged care organizations.