In a demonstration of ongoing commitment to servicing the Mornington Peninsula area, Sai Home and Community Care has now opened an office in Hastings.
With over 40 years of committed services to the Frankston area, we have have now expanded their footprint with an office in Hastings. The move has been driven by the new Board of Directors as a demonstration of the commitment in ensuring the continued support of the local community.
“There are so many providers that are not based in our community offering both Aged and NDIS services and supports which often mean our community don’t get the personal service that they deserve. With long call centre wait times, and a lack of understanding of the geographic area we constantly get calls from clients looking to switch to a local provider. With our new local office, we are providing a front door for face to face interactions for our clients and their families, combined with our in house consultation for care support and coordination services.” Nicole Standfield, General Manager of Sai Home and Community Care confirms.
Nicole further shares, “It’s so important for our clients to be served by an organisation that is deeply embedded within the fabric of our Mornington community, and our new office in Hastings cements our commitment to a physical presence in the area.”
With the grand opening on Friday the 29th of January, attended by The Hon Greg Hunt, Minister for Health and Aged Care, Sai Home and Community Care hope that the new Hastings presence highlights the need for local and quality community care focused on individual needs, delivered by qualified and caring local staff within this sector.
“Our commitment to growing our service footprint and building on our trusted quality framework to a broader area is demonstrated by our new office opening, and is the first of many more to come” shares founder and Board Director Upali Desilva.
For more information or a personal consultation and a tour of the office feel free to contact us on (03) 9988 1242