Earlier this month the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission (the Commission) visited St Basil’s Kogarah in an unannounced visit to assess the quality of care and services provided by St Basil’s.
Over the course of three (3) days, the Commission assessed St Basil’s Kogarah, as they do all aged care homes based on the eight (8) aged care standards with a total of 42 requirements within the standards, explains Spiro Stavis Chief Executive Officer of St Basil’s NSW/ACT.
“The Commission has now provided St Basil’s with a report of their findings and I am very pleased that St Basil’s Kogarah has been successful in achieving each of the 42 requirements needed under the eight (8) aged care standards.”
“I consider this to be a great achievement by the staff at Kogarah led by General Manager Jiang Chen and Care Manager Anjana Shrestha.”
St Basil’s exists to care for ageing Australian in need, including Greek Australians, helping them to live a life of spirituality, meaning and joy whilst receiving a high quality of personalised care in a well-run home.
“This outstanding result demonstrates that this is indeed the type of care being provided by Basil’s that aligns with each of the 42 expectations under the eight (8) aged care standards outlined below:
|1. Consumer dignity and choice
2. Ongoing assessment and planning with consumers
3. Personal care and clinical care
4. Services and supports for daily living
|5. Organisation’s service environment
6. Feedback and complaints
7. Human resources
8. Organisational governance
“I want to thank residents for entrusting St Basil’s with their care and support., and to their families and representatives I am grateful for their support and close knit planning that helps us deliver the best care to their love one,” adds Mr Stavis.
To learn more about St Basil’s Kogarah visit https://stbasils.org.au/residential-care/kogarah-aged-care/ or call us on 02 9784 3200.