For the third year in a row, Anglicare Southern Queensland, has been named Most Trusted Brand in Aged Care and Retirement Villages in the annual Reader’s Digest survey.
Reader’s Digest has been running the survey for 22 years, approaching ordinary consumers to ask their opinions on what brands of products and services are important to them.
A ‘Trusted Brand’ enjoys international appeal, yet at the same time upholds a strong local connection. It has individual relevance for all its consumers, just about anywhere and in any culture.
Having been established more than 150 years ago, Anglicare Southern Queensland is one of the state’s most experienced and trusted in-home, retirement and aged care providers and employees more than 3000 dedicated and experienced staff, supported by more than 600 generous volunteers.
“Anglicare Southern Queensland has a proud history of caring and a proven reputation for delivering an exceptional standard of service to senior members of the community and their families,” a statement from the company read.
“It is focused on recognising each person in its care as an individual, with their own unique story and diverse needs.
“Be it in the cities, regional areas, on the coast, or cattle stations, Anglicare Southern Queensland is by the side of Queenslanders who want to remain in their own homes as they age. It offers a range of services designed to help older Queenslanders live independently, including nursing, meal preparation, home maintenance and modifications, and social support.
“Where extra help and community is required, Anglicare Southern Queensland has eight thriving aged care homes and four vibrant retirement villages located in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Toowoomba, Hervey Bay and Bundaberg.”
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