“We’re not here to change the person with dementia, we have to change.”
That is the sentiment of Fronditha Care Personal Care Worker Leah Paul, who cares for people with dementia every day.
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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Having a regular event to go to every week does a lot for someone’s mental health. Especially for the elderly who feel isolated.
A new national bilingual radio project will help the diverse communities of Australia understand the aged care sector and issues surrounding ageing and geriatric health.
Clinical neuropsychologist Matthew Staios will be able to further his research into dementia diagnosis in the Greek Australian community after being awarded the Anna Matthews OAM Scholarship by Fronditha Care.
Fronditha Care has successfully completed an accreditation and a spot visit in the same week, impressing auditors with its consistent performance.
Fronditha Care will be able to sponsor 60 Greek speakers over three years to help fill bilingual staffing demands in aged care.
Volunteers who have worked tirelessly to ensure Greek elders never feel alone or feel like they have no one to talk to have been recognised for their service.
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