“Seriously, can I just say thank you to yourself and the team. The family are truly grateful for the way mum and dad were inducted, treated and exited. The team should be proud of the organization and the value it adds. It is not an easy road but, the team made the journey a far easier one. The human face and care you provided was fantastic. I am sure that mum will appreciate it more and more how much the team did for her service wise and emotionally wise. In the future should we require aged care services I would not hesitate to return to Trinity Manor. So this is not maybe ‘goodbye’ but rather a ‘see you later.’”
Since 1978, our family has been caring for the elders in our community. Today, Trinity Care is owned and operated by the second generation of the same family members. Through the years, we have stood behind the idea that elders are treasures of our community, and we have made sure that every elder who lives in a Trinity service feels exactly that.
In 2008, a beautiful new building was constructed at the site of Westbury Private Nursing Home in Deepdene, and we changed the name of the facility to Trinity Manor. The following year, we were all set for expansion. We featured two new “streets” (Eden and Royal) on top of the existing ones (Garden Court and Victoria).
These additions allowed our capacity to grow from 60 to 83, and more elders joined our wonderful family. Also, it served as our opportunity to designate Garden Court as a secure environment for elders with dementia-specific needs. In November 2015, we purchased Burwood Hill Aged Care Home and renamed/aligned it with our community.
Upgrading the IT systems throughout the home is a priority given our constantly evolving technology-centered world. Plans for physical expansion to care for more elders and provide more jobs in the community are also in the works.
In February 2017, another new addition to the Trinity Care family started at Elder Street and eventually became our Greensborough location. Today, we have three dedicated locations, and our community keeps on growing—an indication of a bright, promising future.