Helping people build better lives The Brotherhood of St Laurence (BSL) works for the well being of low income people and those who are disadvantaged in the Australian community, and has been providing services to older people since 1946.
RESIDENTIAL CARE All our Hostels and our Aged Care Facility encourage the Residents to become involved in the decision making of where they reside, enabling them to maintain their independence and lifestyle choices. All sites aspire to provide ‘holistic care’ to all resident to support their physical, emotional and spiritual needs and are committed to the principle of continuous improvement and in the process they strive to improve the service which is offered to you and your family.
All of the Hostels promote advocacy / residents’ rights, innovation, maintain links with the community and promote independence -Sambell Lodge: is a three storey, 43-bed low-care facility situated in the inner city suburb of Clifton Hill. Sambell Lodge is a fully accredited facility, opposite the Darling Gardens, providing residents with beautiful views and the opportunity for walks in these lovely gardens. Sambell Lodge has a ‘home-like’ environment, set around a courtyard and every floor has balconies for residents’ use. Close to transport and shops.
CARE IN THE COMMUNITY Aged Care Packages: available to assist frail older people and people with disabilities who need assistance to stay at home. Find out more about the Brotherhood’s wide range of services and activities for families and older people by contacting: BROTHERHOOD OF ST LAURENCE 67 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy Victoria 3065 Telephone: (03) 9483 1318 Facsimile: (03) 9415 8132 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org web site www.bsl.org.au