Our frail 96-year-old mother was no longer able to live at home with her carers. She would not hear of going to the large old aged homes and we wanted her as near to us as possible. We were very fortunate to discover Group Homes in Vaucluse and managed, after much persuasion, to convince her to go. She loved it from day one and thanked us virtually every day for letting her stay there.Having Sonia in this wonderful home brought us all piece of mind in the knowledge that we were giving her the best possible care available. It was a life-changing event for her and for the whole family. We rate the Group Homes concept, the management and staff as world’s best practice in aged and end-of-life care. Our appreciation has no bounds.
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