About Lady of Grace

 

Lady of Grace Aged Care is owned and managed by Lady of Grace Fraternity since 1995. Lady of Grace Fraternity is an Italian, Catholic, charitable not-for-profit registered charity. Prior to 1995, our facility was known as Castle Hill Nursing Home.

We maintain a high, stable staffing ratio. We ensure that at least one Registered Nurse is on duty at all times to guide staff, perform nursing procedures and manage emergency situations. We strive to work as a team and ensure that the residents are always attended by familiar faces, so that they feel comfortable and safe. We have a great diversity of staff who speak other languages. This is a great benefit for elderly people who have migrated to Australia years ago, and may have forgotten English.

Our facility is situated on beautiful grounds, with spacious car park and disabled access. We are surrounded by beautiful gardens and provide a home like environment to our residents and ease the transition process for the new residents and their families. Our visiting hours are not set to specific times and relatives and friends are encouraged to visit during daytime or afternoon.

We adhere to our philosophy and mission statement to highly value and respect human life. We strive to provide high level of hospitality, maintain resident lifestyle and providing holistic delivery of service.

We are a high care facility with approved extra services places. We have been accredited by the Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency and have been found compliant with the 44 expected outcomes as set out in the Quality of Care Principles 1997

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History.

Lady of Grace Aged Care is owned, governed and managed by Lady of Grace Fraternity-an Italian, catholic, non-profit, registered charity.

Philosophy.

The health care personnel: doctors, pharmacists, nurses, religious, administrators and volunteers accept the call to be guardians and servants of human life.

Mission Statement.

To care for the elderly by sharing with God his love of man from conception to his natural death. To provide the highest standard of care to residents in an efficient and professional manner, whilst creating a family type environment. To make the residents the number one priority.

Our History

Lady of Grace Aged Care is owned, governed and managed by Lady of Grace Fraternity - an Italian, Catholic, non-profit, registered charity.

Lady of Grace Aged Care is owned, governed and managed by Lady of Grace Fraternity – an Italian, Catholic, non-profit, registered charity. Prior to 1995, our facility was known as Castle Hill Nursing Home.

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Our Team

We maintain a high, stable staffing ratio. We ensure that at least one Registered Nurse is on duty at all times to guide staff, perform nursing procedures and manage emergency situations. We strive to work as a team and ensure that the residents are always attended by familiar faces, so that they feel comfortable and safe. We have a great diversity of staff who speak other languages. This is a great benefit for elderly people who have migrated to Australia years ago, and may have forgotten English.

Bob Carabetta

Business Manager

Bob has spent the last 11 years managing the financial operations of the nursing home, and is committed to provide the highest standard of care to our residents.

Angelina Sui

General Manager

Angelina has extensive Aged Care Management Experiences in Australia. She is Passionate about Aged Care, and is specialising in gerontology and change management.

Alice

Lifestyle Team leader

Rune

Chef

The Board

Our board of directors are a team of compassionate committee members who are closely associated with Lady of Grace Aged Care and Lady of Grace Fraternity.

Vince Murdocca

Chairman Of The Board

Joe Nadile

Board Director

John Nati

Director of Board

Josie Howes

Director of Board

Sam Napoli

Director of Board

Domenico Olivieri

Director of Board