Do you have loved one being cared for in an Anglican aged care facility? Have you heard of Anglican care or anglicancare?
We will be reviewing some Anglican aged facilities, and will start with the Anglican Care head office in the Hunter Valley NSW at Booragul. They seem to be responsible for the overall management of the care provided are various aged care facilities located in the Hunter Valley and Mid North Coast NSW areas. Some of these possibly include:
– Bishop Tyrrell Place, Cundletown NSW
– C A Brown Nursing Home & Hostel, Booragul NSW
– Carey Bay Village, Carey Bay NSW
– Greenmount Gardens Hostel, Mount Hutton NSW
– Jesmond Grove Hostel, Jesmond NSW
– McIntosh Hostel, Booragul NSW
– Scenic Lodge, Merewether NSW
– Storm Retirement Villages, Taree NSW
– Toronto Nursing Home, Toronto NSW
– Warnervale Gardens Hostel, Woongarrah NSW
The review that will be here relates to:
87 Toronto Road,
Phone: 02 4958 0000.
Reviewed by The Reviewer on
In my opinion, they have failed, and on a number of separate occasions, to comply with their own policies, agreements, vision, mission, values, and strategic plan. I believe that some examples include: excessive interest charges, excessive bond, a number of billing errors, conduct contrary to Australian Consumer Law, and not responding to complaints in accordance with their published complaint handling procedures.
Further negotiations etc are needed, and it is hoped that it will be possible to report here a successful outcome, with ‘christian values’.
Some key terms include:
-Anglican Care review
-similar anglican care
-meet individual needs
-anglican care offers
-central coast regions
-needs enhance lifestyle
-care service options
-individual needs enhance
-enhance lifestyle anglican
-lifestyle anglican care
-scenic lodge merewether
-warnervale gardens hostel
-anglican care scenic
-storm retirement village
-care scenic lodge
A Sonnet by George K. Johnson (1920-2007)
The night’s still chill echoed an Infant’s wail.
Near, bedded livestock stirred, shadows that pale
Lamplight cast large on roughhewn beams and wall.
A mother’s comfort murmured from a stall.
So was a Child born humbly on that night
A star hung low at Bethlehem, its light
A silent beacon wise men’s eyes would scan
That here in swaddling clothes lay God made man.
Were this but fable, would it yet be told?
Tales more heroic have long since grown old.
What then the magic of this manger birth
If not its truth of Savior’s grace on earth?
That beacon star still guides our halting way.
Hope’s gleam was born in us that Christmas day.