Not-for-profit organisation Living Care has recently rebranded and is now known as Fresh Hope Care. The Christian organisation, which is celebrating its 80th birthday this year, offers home care, retirement living and residential services across New South Wales.
The results of the 2014 Aged Care Approvals Round (ACAR) were announced Thursday 4th December 2014 with a total of 17,489 new aged care places allocated across the nation.
The official “turning of the sod” by Albury Mayor Kevin Mack on 25 March 2014 marked the commencement of the building project at Borella House.
A Forestville Retirement Village resident recently celebrated her 100th birthday. Manly Daily captured the centurion celebration – read the article here.
Having recently celebrated 75 years of caring for older Australians in NSW, Living Care is proud to celebrate another milestone with the commencement of an extensive redevelopment project at the organisation’s aged care facilities in Western Sydney.
It is with great pleasure that Living Care announces that in the 2012/13 Aged Care Approvals Round (ACAR) Living Care was awarded a total of 22 residential places and 90 home care places. This is the best result yet for Living Care from a single ACAR.
One of Batemans Bay’s recently established residential care facilities, The Glen is about to enter a new era.
The Glen in Catalina has been acquired by Living Care, an organisation that has been providing retirement living and aged care services for nearly 75 years.