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Fronditha Care

16 Anzed Crt, Mulgrave, Victoria, 3170

Fronditha Care is a charitable not-for-profit community organisation that provides ethno-specific residential and community aged care services to the elderly.

With a rich tradition of love and care, Fronditha Care has been providing aged care services for elders and their families in Australia since 1977. Our Bounty of Care ethos drives us to go beyond physical and health needs to embrace a culturally rich environment that inspires celebration, fosters belonging and enhances wellbeing.

With exceptional residential facilities and community services, we provide choices and tailored care plans to empower elders to live the way they want, and enjoy what they love.

Our Community Services division provides home care packages and programs that cater to the individual needs of the elderly to support their independence and encourage active ageing.

Fronditha Care provides Home Care Packages to clients in Metropolitan Melbourne and also operates five residential aged care homes in Victoria and New South Wales.

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Fronditha Care Receives $50,000 Towards Its Community Garden

on Tuesday, October 11, 2022

The Victorian Association of Argos Orestikon and District (Orestias) has generously donated $50,000 to Fronditha Care. The significant contribution was made under the auspices of a recent Fronditha Care fundraising campaign which raised over $82,000 for the design and construction of a community garden for the enjoyment of elderly participating in Fronditha Care Social Support Groups.

Fronditha Care Officially Opens its State-of-the-Art Facility in St Albans

on Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Fronditha Care is excited to announce that it has opened its new 90 bed residential facility in St Albans, with more than 60 residents already enjoying their new rooms and luxurious surrounds.

Fronditha Care Leads Vaccination of Residents, Workforce and Volunteers

on Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Fronditha Care is the first residential aged care provider of its size to vaccinate the majority of its 456 residents, 700 staff, contractors and volunteers against COVID-19.

Significant Course Correction for Fronditha Care As It Paves the Way Forward

on Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Since taking the reins just over three weeks ago, Fronditha Care's new CEO Faye Spiteri Tsolakis, has made vital inroads in recalibrating the organisation, with a focus on ensuring sustainability and an eye to future growth. In collaboration with the Board of Directors and Executive team, she is progressing a longer-term strategy for framing the way forward to turnaround the business and realign operational plans to sustain success into the future.

Fronditha Care Says Thank You to its Brave Staff

on Thursday, August 6, 2020

Fronditha Care is thanking its brave superhero workforce as it celebrates Aged Care Employee Day on Friday 7 August, 2020. 

Fronditha Care to Name Dementia Wing After Generous Migrant Couple

on Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Fronditha Care will name its new memory support unit in St Albans after a generous Greek Australian couple who pledged $850,000 in their will. 

At Fronditha Care, the COVID19 Pandemic Has Taught Resilience

on Friday, June 19, 2020

COVID19 has left us all with mental whiplash.  The speed with which the pandemic hit caused many to feel confusion and panic. Over the pandemic period, Fronditha Care’s consultant psychologist Phillip Lambou has witnessed organisations flounder and others rise to the occasion.

The Silver Lining of Living in a Nursing Home During COVID19: Lifestyle Activities Haven’t Stopped

on Friday, June 5, 2020

Our seniors living in residential aged care homes haven’t been short of entertainment nor struggled to find something to do over this COVID19 pandemic period. It’s a strange silver lining.

Home Care During COVID19

on Friday, May 29, 2020

The knocks on the door haven’t stopped. Brighton East couple, 89-year-old Ilias and his wife Eleni, 93, worried the panic of COVID19 might mean they’d be forgotten and their home services would be cut. But, the regular knocks at the door have kept them stable and alleviated that stress.

Happy International Nurses Day from Fronditha Care

on Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Fronditha Care would like to thank our nursing heroes on this International Nurses Day. This year International Nurses Day comes with special significance. COVID19 has rightfully shone a light to the important work of nurses across the healthcare system.

Heartwarming Display of Generosity Amid Virus Panic

on Friday, March 27, 2020

The local Greek Australian community has dug deep despite the current uncertain climate to make sure our elderly don’t get left behind. Fronditha Care’s biennial Radiothon went ahead on Saturday and Sunday 21-22 March at the aged care provider’s Mulgrave offices, raising $105,360 over the two days. 

Tut Takes Top Prize at HESTA Aged Care Awards

on Friday, November 15, 2019

Fronditha Care’s Khoryom ‘Tut’ Nyoun will donate his $10,000 prize money from the HESTA Aged Care awards to help his South Sudanese community pay for schooling to enter the aged care industry. 

New CEO Begins Work at Fronditha Care

on Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Fronditha Care’s new CEO, Michael Malakonas, has officially assumed duties as head of the not-for-profit aged care organisation on October 16.  

Fronditha Care Battles For Top Gong at National Aged Care Awards

on Monday, October 7, 2019

Fronditha Care is hoping to take out two national aged care awards after being acknowledged for its unique model of culturally appropriate care. 

Hundreds Attend Dementia Forum in Greek

on Thursday, September 26, 2019

It was standing room only as the Greek community of Melbourne’s south-east marked World Alzheimer’s Day by attending a special Greek educational event on dementia. 

The Puzzle of Dementia: What it is and How it Affects Us

on Wednesday, September 11, 2019

You are invited to join Fronditha Care for a public education event on Dementia with a panel of experts.

Fronditha Care is the Stand-out Winner at the 2019 ACSA Aged Care Awards in Victoria

on Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Fronditha Care was the stand-out winner at ACSA’s Victorian Aged Care Awards 2019 on Friday 9 August. The organisation won two of four awards at this year’s industry event putting Fronditha Care at the forefront for innovation in service and individual contribution in aged care in Victoria. 

Fronditha Care Appoints New CEO

on Thursday, August 8, 2019

Fronditha Care is pleased to announce that Mr Michael Malakonas has been appointed to lead the organisation as its new CEO. Michael was chosen in a competitive selection process from a strong field of candidates.

A Special Blessing for New Fronditha Care Bus

on Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Fronditha Care’s new 15-seater bus for the residents of the St Albans residential aged care facility has been officially blessed and unveiled to the community.

Fronditha Care Says Farewell to an Inspiring and Compassionate Leader

on Friday, July 26, 2019

Mr George Lekakis has made an outstanding contribution to the Australian community, championing and advancing the cause of multicultural affairs and has been duly recognised for his distinguished service and sector leadership spanning 30 years.

Handmade Hellenic High Tea Makes an Impact for Greek Elderly

on Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Handmade spanakopita, meatballs, Cypriot koupes, quiches, semolina cakes and cupcakes were piled high for guests at Fronditha Care’s Templestowe Fundraising Auxiliary Group High Tea.

A stitch above the rest – Fronditha Care laundry worker receives highest accolade at Staff Awards

on Thursday, June 13, 2019

A dedicated laundry worker, who regularly stays at least an hour after her shift to sit and chat with the elderly residents and mend their clothes, has taken out the Outstanding Contribution Award this year at Fronditha Care’s annual Staff Awards.

Fronditha Care Volunteers Honoured for Their Selfless Service

on Thursday, May 30, 2019

Marking National Volunteer Week, more than 150 Fronditha Care volunteers were honoured for making a difference to the lives of the elderly in Australia. 

$65,000 Raised for Dementia Care at Fronditha Care Gala Dinner

on Monday, May 27, 2019

The community has dug deep to support Greek seniors diagnosed with severe dementia at Fronditha Care’s Biennial Gala Dinner, with more than $65,000 raised. 

Challenges Facing Elderly Greeks

on Wednesday, January 16, 2019

The elderly in the Greek community of Melbourne and wider Victoria face an increasing number of challenges when faced with the reality of their growing needs as they age. Despite the attempts of consecutive governments and industry peak bodies to address these needs through the development and adaptation of aged care policy, older adults from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds face unique challenges and are accordingly identified as belonging to groups in our society with special needs.

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