For St Andrews Independent Living Residents - Retirement Living Residents The following information was obtained from the Department of Health What can I do to protect myself at home? Even if you are feeling well, it is important to take steps to prevent the spread of...
Dear Family Members, Relatives and Close Friends I am writing to keep you informed about the decisions St Andrews management are implementing during the pandemic. In particular the rationale for not going into lockdown, why the dementia units only are in lockdown and...
I would like to let you know about the strategies St Andrews Management will be implementing this week, specifically the partial lockdown of parts of the facility.
Why St. Andrews can provide you with quality aged care
Our mission is to provide a flexible approach to aged care and support in order to respond to the unique needs of every individual. St Andrews offers a caring and respectful environment surrounded by sub-tropical gardens in the heart of beautiful Ballina. Your needs are all catered for by our enthusiastic team.
St Andrews Residential Care was originally established in 1983. Since then, our facilities and services have expanded to keep pace with the needs of our community. Whether you are seeking independent living, residential care, dementia care, palliative care, community care or respite care, our team is by your side to assist you.
St Andrews is fully accredited. St Andrews has more than 200 staff, including nurses, care staff, community health, general services, maintenance, leisure and lifestyle, administration and volunteers – and all together with the aim to provide an environment of excellence of care.
St. Andrews also runs the Northern Rivers Aboriginal Aged Respite Service which provides a range of programs and activities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 50 and over, including community outings.
Our board of management meets regularly to oversee the processes and conditions within our organisation. As a team, we want you to feel safe and happy in the homely atmosphere of St Andrews.
Click here to download the March Newsletter now. Highlights include:
- Introducing the Deputy Chairman of the Board, Brian Bevan
- Novel Coronavirus Warning
- Northern Rivers Aboriginal Aged Respite Service
- Charter of Aged Care Rights
What People Are Saying
“We want to extend our heartfelt thank you to all the staff including kitchen, leisure and lifestyle team, care team, physiotherapists, volunteers… the list goes on, and there are far too many to name individually. We, as her family found on visiting that everyone was warm and friendly and very welcoming.”
“The Family wishes to sincerely thank everyone for their love and support during this time. In particular, they’d like to give a special thank you to the staff at St Andrews Nursing Home for the care, compassion and love shown to our mother over the last three years.”
“Good on you’s St Andrews, my dad was there and he went out like a king! The girls were so good to him. He was always smiling which was something new for him. Thank you you’re heroes.”