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When it comes to your lifestyle, the options should be as individual as you are.
Seeking additional support and care for a family member or friend can be daunting, challenging and, at times, overwhelming.
The first thing you need to know is that you are not alone... there are a range of support options available.
For some, retirement means putting your feet up and relaxing, or pottering around the garden. For others, it's the chance to spend more time with friends and family or volunteering. Whatever it means to you, our retirment villages offer the independence and security you need to live the life you desire.
As you grown older, day to day tasks can become difficult to manage alone, meaning stayng in your own home is no longer an option. When this time comes, residential aged care services can provide the care you need within a supported accommodation setting.
For those in need... as one of the largest not-for-profit community housing providers in Queensland, we provide a range of rental housing options for seniors who are experiencing financial difficulty, have been discriminated against in the private housing market, or homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Growing older often means managing day-to-day activities can become increasingly difficult, and stayinig in your own home is now longer a viable option. When this time comes, knowing where to start can be daunting.
Our clients share their stories and explain their experience with Churches of Christ Care Seniors and Supported Living services.
Get to know some of our team members, hear their stories and find out what they love about Churches of Christ Care.
Our positive wellbeing model of care is designed to enhance quality of life for older people and promote health and wellbeing. All resident and community clients, including those living with dementia, are viewed as individuals with the right to enjoy the best possible quality of life.
Get answers to common questions like: What’s ACAT? How do I get an assessment? What do I need to do?