• Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
  • Medi-Aid Centre Foundation
Sub Committees
Standing Sub-committees appointed by the Committee are given the responsibility of carrying out specific initiatives. These sub-committees meet regularly, and report back to the Committee who either ratifies or rejects or modifies the recommendations. The Sub-committees at present are the Management Sub Committee and the Assisted Housing Sub-Committee. Members of these sub-committees are the Chairperson, the Secretary, the Administrator and another committee person.

THE MANAGEMENT SUB-COMMITTEE

This sub-committee meets weekly, follows an agenda which is minuted. The items in the agenda include the weekly cash flow and NAB balances, occupancy of all units, vacancy factor of all units, maintenance of properties and management reports (which are tabled monthly), correspondence which may include general requests by residents or other matters.

THE ASSISTED HOUSING SUB-COMMITTEE
This sub-committee also reports weekly. All applications for accommodation are directed to this sub-committee. Inquiry comes from a variety of sources, being word of mouth, by residents and delegates, from media exposure, from advertising usually in newspapers, sometimes radio, and other diverse avenues. Newspaper media exposure on the Gold Coast is often considerable.
Applications for the assisted housing sub-committee (charity units) are given priority. These applicants are invariably in a desperate situation, have no funds, no financial reserves, are often abandoned by family, and have no recourse to ready accommodation from government or other agencies or have been on waiting lists for years. Each applicant is considered, and recommendations made, which also depends on the availability of accommodation. In addition, applications of all kind are considered by this sub-committee. Residents requiring low level care assistance and respite are also given urgent attention. The recommendation of the sub-committee is then available for consideration by the Committee.

DOCUMENTATION OF APPLICANTS FOR ASSISTANCE
Medi -Aid Centre Foundation has developed a series of documents which are required to be completed whenever an Application For Assistance is made by a Member of the Public. The strategy is that the position of the applicant is made clear to the Sub committee which will consider such application.
 



HOME COOKED MEALS ARE BEST

Specially when done by a proper chef and you are not in the kitchen. Thats why many seniors move to Vimiera Retirement Village in the Sydney suburb of Eastwood. Also, your linen maybe provided and laundered, domestic chores carried out, lawns, gardening and outside maintenance ate attended to. 24/7 on site management and security are all part of the scene.

Easy On Your Finances

Operated by Mediaid Centre Foundation , a non-profit PBI and Charity, Medi Aid provides housing across all socio-economic levels. Medi Aids Vimiera Retirement Village is resident funded (similar to church and community organisations, although much easier on your pocket.)

Located on public bus transport, near Macquarie Centre (and the new Epping and Chatswood railway link). It is near churches, banks, RTA, doctors and medical centres and pharmacies. It has its own lovely park, Dr Dr James Wright. says.

Also, visit our other web sites. These are:
Docwright.com.au
Vimieravillage.com,au
Mediaid.org.au