Guided by dedicated senior management, the Homestyle difference is delivered by a team of exceptional people throughout our organisation and homes.

Homestyle prides itself on the employment of exceptional people with exemplary skills, experience and knowledge in areas including:

  • Nursing care and personal care services
  • Diversional and activity-based therapy
  • Support services including catering, cleaning and laundry
  • Allied health services including podiatry and physiotherapy
  • Facilities maintenance
  • Administration
  • Continuous Improvement/Accreditation
  • Veterans liaison

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Senior management team

Brian has been involved with Homestyle Aged Care Services since the company purchased its first facility in 1988, serving as a Director and later Chairman of the Board of Directors. Between January 2005 and January 2014 Brian held the position of CEO, after gaining extensive management experience in a diversified family business. Brian is a member of the Board of Management of Rural Northwest Health and has also served on the Board of the Victorian Arts Council for a period of eight years and as Chairman for six years.

Veterans liaison

Veteran Liaison Officer (VLO)

As part of our Continuous Improvement policy, a Veterans Liaison Officer (VLO) role has been established. Homestyle is the first private Aged Care Provider in Victoria to establish this role for its residents.

The position of Veteran Liaison Officer is part of the Community Program for Homestyle Aged Care Services, and it facilitates links between Homestyle homes, the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA), the DVA clients, their families and carers.

Our aim is to ensure the best possible outcomes for veteran residents and their carers.

The role includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Ensure that DVA clients their families and carers (including professional carers) are aware of the support provided by the group’s VLO. Act as a single point of contact for DVA clients, their families and carers, Ex-Service Organisations and DVA with particular regard to resolution of concerns/problems.
  • Provide pre-admission support for new residents, their families and carers.
  • Assist in the streamlining of discharge and placement in other facilities as appropriate.
  • Refer residents, their families and carers to appropriate services/resources.
  • In conjunction with Ex-Service Organisations, coordinate DVA client visiting and information services, and establish/maintain communication and linkages between the facility and the Veteran Community.
  • Coordinate general health and lifestyle education and counselling. This will include the identification/development and implementation of health promotion programs relevant to the Veteran Community.
  • Ensure the Veteran Community is made aware of the range of services, programs and activities available at the facility.

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