An Activity of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia

St Basil's Homes for the Aged in Victoria

Who we are

St. Basil’s Homes for the Aged in Victoria is part of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia.

St Basil’s Homes for the Aged in Victoria is a registered Australian charity established specifically for this provision of aged care. We began in 1995 in Fawkner with the original building having been subsequently extended along with the addition of independent living units.

As a registered charity, all income earned by St. Basil’s stays at St Basil’s and is used to fund the provision of services and accommodation to aged Australians in our residential aged care facilities and retirement villages.

We take great pride in delivering quality lifestyle, accommodation and clinical and nursing services to clients living with us.

Eligibility for admission to many of our government subsidise programs or facilities at St Basil’s Homes is determined by an assessment carried out by the aged care assessment team (ACAT) under the control of the Federal Government. This can be readily arranged through carers, doctors, social workers or local hospitals. Clients who are not yet eligible for subsidised support are always welcome to access fee-for-service in any of our programs.

If for some reason we are unable to accommodate your needs every effort will be made to help you find the services you require. It is our goal to ensure that every ageing member of our community can access services when they need them.

At St Basil’s we have a high regard for meeting the spiritual, social, emotional and physical needs of our residents and clients. We endeavour to provide everyone with independence, enjoyment of life, healthy socialisation and preservation of dignity while at the same time assisting each person in those areas of life where they need help.

We are an Australian registered charity whose sole purpose is the provision of aged care. As such, we aim to provide the best possible quality aged care services within a culturally appropriate environment that enhances the dignity, independence and quality of life of all people in our care.

To achieve this we value multilingual and multicultural knowledge, skills and understanding. We have developed expertise in providing aged care services that are culturally and linguistically appropriate.

Some of the many groups that for whom we provide care are:

  • Greeks
  • Non-English speakers
  • Veterans
  • Financially disadvantaged
  • People living with dementia
  • People living with mental health issues