Amana Living is one of the largest providers of aged care services and retirement living for West Australians.
We provide a full range of aged care including affordable housing for seniors, residential aged care, home care, day clubs, and dementia services.
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As a not-for-profit organisation established by the Anglican Church in 1962, our aim is to provide the highest quality services in the communities we serve.
We are the only major Aged Care provider in WA with its own Registered Training Organisation (RTO), Amana Living Training Institute.
We carefully select staff for their natural kindness.
Professionally trained. Naturally kind.
In 1962, two dedicated Anglicans, Archdeacon Frederick Guest and Mr Jack Davies, explored the idea of an Anglican aged care organisation.
They found the idea to be sound and submitted a plan to the Most Reverend Robert Moline. The Archbishop agreed, and Anglican Homes was born.
Anglican Homes was a great success, with nursing homes and villages (what we now call care centres and housing) popping up all over Perth.
Then, in 2006, a change was made to ensure that everyone felt welcome. Anglican Homes became Amana Living – an inclusive organisation with Anglican roots.
It was important to keep Anglicanism central to what we do because it isn’t part of our name now, and so we defined our Anglican Essence.
To be your provider of choice.
To excel in providing Christian care, accommodation and services to older Western Australians.
Compassion — We respond to people's needs with care and empathy.
Justice — We treat each person fairly and honestly.
Hope — We are optimistic in the face of every challenge.
Inclusiveness — We welcome people from all walks of life.
At Amana Living, we strive to enrich the mind, body and spirit of those we care for by:
- Adopting a person centred approach which incorporates Amana Living’s 3Rs;
- Generating a sense of passion and energy about people living their life to the full;
- Supporting residents/clients, their families and representatives to exercise informed choice about the care services they receive and be inclusive of those parties they wish to include;
- Creating opportunities for people to stay connected with past friendships and to develop new ones;
- Providing support to maintain relationships (including intimate);
- Appropriately supporting residents/clients with diverse needs;
- Supporting our residents’/clients’ diverse needs through the provision of care and services that are responsive, culturally safe and encourages personal identity and inclusiveness;
- Providing safe and effective services and support for daily living that meets the emotional, spiritual and psychological wellbeing of our residents and clients;
- Providing effective personal and clinical care that is best practice, tailored to the needs of individual residents and clients and optimising health and holistic wellbeing;
- Creating opportunities to improve and restore physical abilities and mental agility so that people can keep fit, active, involved and independent wherever possible;
- Treating our residents, clients and representatives with dignity and respect while maintaining their privacy;
- Encouraging feedback to improve our care and services;
- Supporting people to explore and develop their spirituality.