• 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
Medi-Aid Centre Foundation Limited core activity is provision of housing accommodation for elderly persons living in Australia. Although this is applicable to persons 55 years and older, in practice this usually involves persons in their seventies and over. There is no upper age limit, and historically many have been in their eighties.

There is an emphasis on needs. The majority of residents (often called “delegates) have no funds, do not own a home and do not have access to accommodation from friends or relative or the government. Most rely solely on the old aged pension. They are often frail and may suffer from health disabilities, although majority can still care for themselves day by day. However, may also require basic domestic care, linen laundry, emergency call service and provision of meals.

A certain number of residents assist with the funding of their accommodation. However, the majority do not, and gain their housing as a direct outcome of benevolent activity.

Social interaction of residents is considered to be important, and a variety of events are carried out to achieve this. It is believed that social isolation can only breed unhappiness and depression with is resultant negative outcomes (especially ill health). A large number of these are provided on a benevolent basis.

Medi-Aid also provides other services to it target group. This involves a range of initiatives, such as provision of “special needs” vacations, provision of certain medical devices or procedures, or other specific requirements that would normally be unavailable to the elderly person.

OPERATIONS & PROPERTIES


MEDI-AID CENTRE FOUNDATON LIMITED PROPERTIES

Medi-Aid owns and operates a substantial number of Real Estate Properties.

These properties are used to assist Medi-Aid carry out its Mission. This is essentially to provide housing accommodation for elderly persons and providing medical and health benefits for men and women in Australia, with an emphasis on benevolent care for those of limited or no financial resources.

Medi-Aid properties come under the following categories:-

  • Benevolent Housing

This is on a benevolent basis for persons with no home, no funds and a serious housing problem

  • Assisted Living

This provides housing accommodation together with assistance in everyday living (meals, laundry, domestic work, and similar services)

  • Other Housing

Accommodation is provided for elderly persons, often infirm, who require a smaller area for their accommodation, but need supervision, and support, and on call emergency services, and outside work carried out by others, and are able to assist in the funding.

  • Fund Raising Properties

Medi-Aid also own properties from which it obtains rentals which are used to support its benevolent activities in other areas of accommodation.

Some of these properties are described in the page links at the right of this page.
 

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