Twilight Aged Care

1 Ferdinand Street
Hunters Hill New South Wales, 2110


Twilight Aged Care has operated for over 100-years, in the northern suburbs of Sydney, as a not-for-profit, community based aged care provider, caring for the elderly and frail. Since humble beginnings in 1915, when a group of influential women responded to a need for better provision of care for elderly women, Twilight Aged Care have grown into a nimble, professional organisation providing high quality care to both men and women across four homes: Glengarry, Horton House, Glades Bay Gardens and Hunters Hill Village.

Twilight Aged Care is different from the average aged care provider in that it maintains small, home-like environments. This is a feature Twilight carefully cultivate in each of their homes and since 2014 Twilight have undertaken major redevelopment and enhancements to their homes to ensure they provide the latest in safety, security and comfort for residents. Twilight Aged Care's homes are able to provide person centred care, including Dementia Specific programs and Palliative Care .

Today Twilight Aged Care offers accommodate over 160 residents across four residential aged care homes and also retirement living units to enable an integrated model of care.  

 

 

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Twilight Aged Care Makes Winter Knitting Donation to Women’s Shelter

on Friday, July 19, 2019

Eleven blankets, eight pairs of socks, five large teddies, three small teddies, three patch-work bedspreads, two scarves, two beanies, and one pair of gloves. These were just some of the items donated by Twilight Aged Care to the Hornsby Ku Ring-Gai Women’s Shelter last month.

Twilight Aged Care: Always Welcoming New Volunteers

on Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Twilight Aged Care is on the lookout for volunteers! They have launched a new, personalised Volunteer Program, which benefits both volunteers and residents as we aim to pair those with similar interests who share common beliefs, values and attitudes.

Minister Launches Story of one of Australia’s Oldest Not-for-profit Aged Care Providers

on Monday, August 14, 2017

The Hon Ken Wyatt AM, MP Minister for Aged Care officially launched an important new book about one of Australia’s oldest continuously operating not-for-profit aged care providers, Twilight Aged Care in Sydney last week. 

The Many Benefits of Art Therapy for Seniors

on Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Never underestimate the power of creativity. As we grow out of childhood and become adults, going out into the wide world to do serious things like earning a living and paying the bills, it’s easy to lose that connection with the things we loved as children. Painting, sculpture, music, poetry, plays… they seem to fall off the agenda so easily. Whether this is good and healthy is another matter.

Twilight Aged Care Book Launch

on Thursday, July 20, 2017

The Board and Management of Twilight Aged Care cordially invite you to the official book launch of An Australian Story: Twilight House 1915-2015.

Twilight Aged Care - Horton House Attracts Huge Numbers to Open Day

on Thursday, March 30, 2017

A huge number of visitors enjoyed a day of celebration including entertainment, guided tours and the latest aged care advice and information at Twilight Aged Care’s newly rebuilt Horton House opening event last weekend.

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