Churches of Christ Care operates residential aged care homes and offers home care services across urban, rural and remote Queensland and in Melbourne, Victoria.
As a senior, when your lifestyle changes it is comforting to know that you have choices that recognise your unique and individual needs. At Churches of Christ Care we can answer your questions about aged care services and provide you with residential and community aged care options to suit every stage of life.
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Aged Care Reviews is not a complaints system. Reviews must be fair and reasonable. Any defamatory statements reflecting a personal experience that has not yet been taken up with the respective provider will not be accepted. If you have a personal complaint to make about an aged care facility we encourage you to contact your provider directly using the details provided on their listing. Alternatively you can submit a complaint via the Government’s Aged Care Complaints Scheme.
Moving to aged care from home can be a challenge for many people because it means leaving behind some treasured belongings. But an innovative research partnership is showing that photographs can help residents’ wellbeing after they move.
We all know the basics of a healthy life: eat well, don’t drink too much alcohol, quit smoking and exercise regularly. But it has now been proven that being socially active is another key factor for good health. Loneliness and social isolation – often dismissed as minor social issues that affect a segment of the elderly population – can be responsible for a variety of health problems.
A leading not-for-profit provider of seniors care is celebrating Seniors Week across many of its Queensland locations. Churches of Christ Care is bringing the Seniors Week theme of ‘it’s on for young and old’ to life with plenty of action on offer across many of its Queensland services between 13 and 21 August.
Leading not-for-profit aged care and community services provider Churches of Christ Care is partnering with a philanthropic foundation to provide opportunities for those wishing to study and work in western Queensland.
Leading not-for-profit provider of aged care Churches of Christ Care has called on the federal government to investigate increasing the provision of community-based palliative care packages to support people’s choices around receiving care.
Moving into residential aged care can be a particularly traumatic time for couples who have been married their entire adult lives. For many, it can be the first time the have been separated in a lifetime.