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HammondCare

Contact

Name: Emma Dale

Position: Fundraising Manager

Email: foundation@hammond.com.au

Address

L2 447 Kent St

Sydney

Sydney 2000

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Our Mission / Objective

Our Mission in Action

We serve people with complex health or aged care needs, regardless of their circumstances.

Our Mission and Motivation

Our passion is improving quality of life for people in need.
The work of HammondCare is motivated by Christian principles and values expressed in the words and deeds of Jesus Christ. HammondCare believes in the value of all people as made in the image of God and as loved by God. We are therefore called to show the same love, with compassionate and respect, for people in need.

How we serve others

Listening and relating
We listen to people and seek to understand their needs.

Enabling choice
With creativity and wisdom, we enable people to choose and to engage in life through activities they enjoy, find satisfying and from which they derive dignity and self-respect.

Tailoring care
We believe that providing excellent and responsive clinical care flows from knowing and understanding the person.

Belonging
We believe that feeling safe is crucial for people’s well-being. We recognise the value of feeling in control and ‘at home’.

Partnering with family and friends
We actively encourage family and friends to be our partners in care.

Engaging with community
We encourage people to be involved in their community and we will connect with the communities in which we serve.

Equity and access
We seek to serve the disadvantaged and those unable to care for themselves.

Nurturing the whole person
Our Christian motivation means that we nurture the spiritual well-being of people, as well as meeting their physical and emotional needs.

Our Services

HammondCare specialises in aged and dementia care, palliative care, rehabilitation, older person’s mental health and younger onset dementia.

HammondCare provides these services through sub-acute hospitals, residential care and innovative community services with a particular commitment to dementia care and research as well as to people who are financially disadvantaged.

Aged and Dementia Care
HammondCare provides a comprehensive range of aged and dementia care services through HammondAtHome, Residential Aged Care services and The Dementia Centre.

Palliative Care
A comprehensive service for those diagnosed with a life threatening illness when relief from symptoms or pain management may be required.

Rehabilitation
Inpatient and outpatient programs for patients experiencing a wide range of disabilities that include those following stroke, joint replacement, lower limb amputation or fractures.

Older Person’s Mental Health
Inpatient and outpatient programs for older patients with mental health problems including dementia with severe behavioural disturbances or other mental health issues.

Younger Onset Dementia
Permanent and respite care specifically for the younger person (under 65) with dementia.

Pain Management
The Pain Clinic at Greenwich Hospital in Sydney provides treatment for people with chronic non-cancer pain and cancer survivors with chronic pain.

Pastoral Care
Our Pastoral Care services provide understanding, care and support times of need.

Carer Support
Practical and spiritual Christian care for clients and their carers. The emotional needs of families, staff and volunteers is supported through our Pastoral Care program.

Our Beneficiaries

The Elderly
Those living with Dementia
Those living with a life threatening illness
Those needs rehabilitation

Projects in Progress

Music Engagement Project

Supporting quality of life through relationships

Embedding music in everyday care

Putting knowledge into action

Supporting people with complex aged care needs

Being a catalyst for change in the aged care landscape

Our People

CEO

Dr Stephen Judd, Chief Executive

Names of Board Members

Mr John Kightley, Chairman BCom, MPhil in Economics, CA (SA), CFA Institute USA

Michael J Monaghan, Deputy Chairman BA FIA FIAA FAICD

Annette Britton, Director (MBBS, FRACP)

Glynn Evans, Director (B. Arch Dip. Building Construction, ARAIA)

Robyn Langsford, Director (BComm, Chartered Accountant)

Neil Lewis, Director

Dr Louise Parkes, Director BSc (Psychology) PhD (Psychology)

Kate Thomas, Director, BA, LLB

Dr Stephen Edwin Judd, Chief Executive BA PhD

Number of Employees

2000

Number of Volunteers

750

Registration Information

ABN

48 000 026 219

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

Make a generational change to the face of health and aged care. When you leave a Gift to HammondCare in your Will, you are leaving a Gift that will go on working for many generations to come.

The HammondCare Foundation’s Endowment Fund will manage the Gift that you leave where it will be used over and over again to fund major projects in research, education and innovations in Aged Care, Palliative Care, Dementia Care and Rehabilitation services.

Gifts made by people in their Wills have underpinned HammondCare’s extraordinary achievements over the last 80 years. Your generosity will help us improve vital services for many generations to come.

Donate Online with Visa or MasterCard or
Telephone 1300 426 666 or Email bequest@hammond.com.au

General Donations

Make a Donation
Donate Online with Visa or MasterCard
Telephone 1300 426 666 or Email donate@hammond.com.au

Your gift makes a difference
Your donation will go towards medical equipment, patient comfort, facility upgrades, bereavement support, pastoral care, innovation and to our multi-disciplined research programs and implementation of this research into our services.

In the form below you can choose to either give to the ‘area of greatest need’ at HammondCare or to a particular HammondCare service that you feel close to. You may also choose to make a regular monthly gift.

Other support

In Memory – see website
Specific Projects – see website

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Volunteering at HammondCare is a great experience for you, and a great way to make a difference for people in need. We would love you to call us FREE on 1800 793 399 or email volunteer@hammond.com.au

Become a volunteer in one of these 3 areas

Residential care homes
Visit residents in one of our care homes and help with activities, music, art, bus trips and so much more.

Health and hospitals
Visit patients or work with staff in their specialised areas to help provide meaningful engagement with patients and their visitors.

HammondAtHome
Visit a client in their own home to provide emotional support. Play games, watch a movie, have a cuppa, or go for a walk outside.

Testimonials

“Volunteering at HammondCare has saved my life. I was feeling a bit low, when a friend encouraged me to come and volunteer at HammondCare’s facility at Hammondville. Now that I am volunteering I love it, it gives me purpose, I have a new sense of direction, and you see the satisfaction in the face of the residents that you interact with.”
Male volunteer

“I have been volunteering here at HammondCare for 10 years. I absolutely love it and I would not being doing anything else, volunteering is so satisfying.”
Male volunteer

“I can only speak positively about volunteers, they are so thoughtful, always asking if they can be of any help, and many of them have a great sense of humour.”
Female resident

“I am always amazed at the generosity of people giving up of their own time freely. Volunteers really add value to the life of the residents in our facilities. Some of the volunteers I know are absolutely brilliant.”
Female staff member

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

Our Mission in Action

We serve people with complex health or aged care needs, regardless of their circumstances.

Our Mission and Motivation

Our passion is improving quality of life for people in need.
The work of HammondCare is motivated by Christian principles and values expressed in the words and deeds of Jesus Christ. HammondCare believes in the value of all people as made in the image of God and as loved by God. We are therefore called to show the same love, with compassionate and respect, for people in need.

How we serve others

Listening and relating
We listen to people and seek to understand their needs.

Enabling choice
With creativity and wisdom, we enable people to choose and to engage in life through activities they enjoy, find satisfying and from which they derive dignity and self-respect.

Tailoring care
We believe that providing excellent and responsive clinical care flows from knowing and understanding the person.

Belonging
We believe that feeling safe is crucial for people’s well-being. We recognise the value of feeling in control and ‘at home’.

Partnering with family and friends
We actively encourage family and friends to be our partners in care.

Engaging with community
We encourage people to be involved in their community and we will connect with the communities in which we serve.

Equity and access
We seek to serve the disadvantaged and those unable to care for themselves.

Nurturing the whole person
Our Christian motivation means that we nurture the spiritual well-being of people, as well as meeting their physical and emotional needs.

Our Services

HammondCare specialises in aged and dementia care, palliative care, rehabilitation, older person’s mental health and younger onset dementia.

HammondCare provides these services through sub-acute hospitals, residential care and innovative community services with a particular commitment to dementia care and research as well as to people who are financially disadvantaged.

Aged and Dementia Care
HammondCare provides a comprehensive range of aged and dementia care services through HammondAtHome, Residential Aged Care services and The Dementia Centre.

Palliative Care
A comprehensive service for those diagnosed with a life threatening illness when relief from symptoms or pain management may be required.

Rehabilitation
Inpatient and outpatient programs for patients experiencing a wide range of disabilities that include those following stroke, joint replacement, lower limb amputation or fractures.

Older Person’s Mental Health
Inpatient and outpatient programs for older patients with mental health problems including dementia with severe behavioural disturbances or other mental health issues.

Younger Onset Dementia
Permanent and respite care specifically for the younger person (under 65) with dementia.

Pain Management
The Pain Clinic at Greenwich Hospital in Sydney provides treatment for people with chronic non-cancer pain and cancer survivors with chronic pain.

Pastoral Care
Our Pastoral Care services provide understanding, care and support times of need.

Carer Support
Practical and spiritual Christian care for clients and their carers. The emotional needs of families, staff and volunteers is supported through our Pastoral Care program.

Our Beneficiaries

The Elderly
Those living with Dementia
Those living with a life threatening illness
Those needs rehabilitation

Projects in Progress

Music Engagement Project

Supporting quality of life through relationships

Embedding music in everyday care

Putting knowledge into action

Supporting people with complex aged care needs

Being a catalyst for change in the aged care landscape

Our People

CEO

Dr Stephen Judd, Chief Executive

Names of Board Members

Mr John Kightley, Chairman BCom, MPhil in Economics, CA (SA), CFA Institute USA

Michael J Monaghan, Deputy Chairman BA FIA FIAA FAICD

Annette Britton, Director (MBBS, FRACP)

Glynn Evans, Director (B. Arch Dip. Building Construction, ARAIA)

Robyn Langsford, Director (BComm, Chartered Accountant)

Neil Lewis, Director

Dr Louise Parkes, Director BSc (Psychology) PhD (Psychology)

Kate Thomas, Director, BA, LLB

Dr Stephen Edwin Judd, Chief Executive BA PhD

Number of Employees

2000

Number of Volunteers

750

Registration Information

ABN

48 000 026 219

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

Make a generational change to the face of health and aged care. When you leave a Gift to HammondCare in your Will, you are leaving a Gift that will go on working for many generations to come.

The HammondCare Foundation’s Endowment Fund will manage the Gift that you leave where it will be used over and over again to fund major projects in research, education and innovations in Aged Care, Palliative Care, Dementia Care and Rehabilitation services.

Gifts made by people in their Wills have underpinned HammondCare’s extraordinary achievements over the last 80 years. Your generosity will help us improve vital services for many generations to come.

Donate Online with Visa or MasterCard or
Telephone 1300 426 666 or Email bequest@hammond.com.au

General Donations

Make a Donation
Donate Online with Visa or MasterCard
Telephone 1300 426 666 or Email donate@hammond.com.au

Your gift makes a difference
Your donation will go towards medical equipment, patient comfort, facility upgrades, bereavement support, pastoral care, innovation and to our multi-disciplined research programs and implementation of this research into our services.

In the form below you can choose to either give to the ‘area of greatest need’ at HammondCare or to a particular HammondCare service that you feel close to. You may also choose to make a regular monthly gift.

Other support

In Memory – see website
Specific Projects – see website

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Volunteering at HammondCare is a great experience for you, and a great way to make a difference for people in need. We would love you to call us FREE on 1800 793 399 or email volunteer@hammond.com.au

Become a volunteer in one of these 3 areas

Residential care homes
Visit residents in one of our care homes and help with activities, music, art, bus trips and so much more.

Health and hospitals
Visit patients or work with staff in their specialised areas to help provide meaningful engagement with patients and their visitors.

HammondAtHome
Visit a client in their own home to provide emotional support. Play games, watch a movie, have a cuppa, or go for a walk outside.

Testimonials

“Volunteering at HammondCare has saved my life. I was feeling a bit low, when a friend encouraged me to come and volunteer at HammondCare’s facility at Hammondville. Now that I am volunteering I love it, it gives me purpose, I have a new sense of direction, and you see the satisfaction in the face of the residents that you interact with.”
Male volunteer

“I have been volunteering here at HammondCare for 10 years. I absolutely love it and I would not being doing anything else, volunteering is so satisfying.”
Male volunteer

“I can only speak positively about volunteers, they are so thoughtful, always asking if they can be of any help, and many of them have a great sense of humour.”
Female resident

“I am always amazed at the generosity of people giving up of their own time freely. Volunteers really add value to the life of the residents in our facilities. Some of the volunteers I know are absolutely brilliant.”
Female staff member

Our Annual Reports

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