What is residential aged care?

The Anglican Care Aged Care Difference

Anglican Care provides residential aged care to those seniors who are not able to remain living in their own homes or with loved-ones due to their need for greater assistance with daily living. Residential Aged Care provides for the physical, social and spiritual wellbeing of resident through assistance and supervision with personal care, activity programs, individual support and programs, rehabilitation, hairdressing, a beautician, welfare, chaplaincy support and therapies.

Our residential aged care homes (previously known as nursing homes and hostels) provide a variety of care options to meet individual needs including general and dementia specific care and extra services.

Unique to Anglican Care, is the role of the Resident Liaison Officer.  Located within each of our residential aged care homes, the role of the Resident Liaison Officer is to ensure that the individual and social wellbeing needs of our residents are met according to Anglican Care’s values.  The Resident Liaison Officer also acts as a liaison for residents and relatives with due regard to the Charter of Residents Rights and Responsibilities.

To view further information on Anglican Care’s residential aged care homes click on the site’s picture below.

If you, or a loved one, require residential care please contact:

Anglican Care’s Customer Service Centre: 02 4958 0000, or

Free call: 1800 733 553, or

Email: acaccommodation@anglicancare.com.au.