PACE Care are pleased to announce that Vietnam Veterans Keith Payne VC Hostel is the first new organisation to take up membership with the Group, further expanding the diverse range of services on offer.
Vietnam Veterans Keith Payne VC Hostel is a fully accredited not for profit aged care facility located at Norah Head. Nestled in lush bushland, the Vietnam Veterans Keith Payne VC Hostel provides for 76 residents and promotes an excellent quality of life. The PACE team are delighted to welcome them as a member of the group.
“PACE has already generated considerable interest in the aged care sector. We have been approached by a number of organisations to date who are very interested in our model and our plans for the future,” said Shane Neaves a Director of PACE Care and CEO of Peninsula Villages.
“While the PACE group currently offer independent living, respite care and residential aged care, we are planning to enhance services offered by entering into the community care sector in the very near future. PACE will eventually provide a full range of aged care services for people looking to move into a residential facility or receive care services in their own home,” he added.
With the Central Coast boasting a prominent ageing population, the aged care industry is becoming increasingly competitive but instead of working against one another, PACE is offering the opportunity for organisations to work together for the betterment of all.
“By sharing resources and redefining best practices, ageing community members will have access to a holistic, diverse and community-focused service provider,” added Shane.
For more information on Vietnam Veterans Keith Payne VC Hostel visit www.vietvets.com.au