Lisa grew up in Tian Jin in Northern China, the youngest of four children. Her parents worked very hard every day to provide for the hungry mouths to feed and educate. Whilst they went out to work her maternal grandparents moved in to help care and nurture her and her siblings. Tragically her grandparents passed away while Lisa was very young. This had a massive impact on her life as she always longed for more time with her grandparents. Her siblings would talk and reminisce about them and the many quirks they had. Lisa missed that connection of having grandparents around. She always longed to feel that relationship again, well now Lisa has 30 adopted grandparents and makes the most of it by making sure they are happy, healthy and living the best lives they possibly can.
Lisa moved to Australia to start a new life and raise a family. She has two beautiful children, a son and a daughter, who are both studying hard and perhaps one day will carry on in the family business.
Aged care facilities are highly regulated by the government, and standards must be met that considers the resident’s social, physical, medical, emotional and environmental needs. When you’re looking for an Aged Care Home with a big heart then Caulfield Manor is for you!
The reason for this is because the aged care facility is the sole provider for all of ones needs. The resident is reliant and dependant on what the facility has to offer. The government advocate that consumers must have choice and that their needs are met in fact there is a Charter of Residents Rights and Responsibilities, which we proudly display on our wall and acts as our guiding principles.
It is our responsibility to advocate for our residents and we measure success in the happiness of our residents who live here. The joy they and their family and friends have in knowing that one is well looked after, safe and content, making the most of the circumstances that have lead them here into care.
Choosing and moving into aged care accommodation can be filled with emotion. We have yet to meet a person who has made plans in their younger years preparing to move into a residential aged care facility. It is a change in one’s circumstances that makes the decision necessary to make the move into the next phase of life.
You will be greeted with sensitivity, empathy and consideration. We can explore together the possibility of Caulfield Manor being your next new home.
What you can expect to find