Royal Freemasons announced today that Respect Group Limited (Respect) will acquire its age care communities in Moe and Sale. It is expected that ownership of these two homes will be officially transferred to Respect in February 2024.
In late 2022, Royal Freemasons undertook a strategic review of its organisation and made the decision to rescale its operations. The sale of its Moe and Sale aged care communities is a result of that decision.
Respect is a not-for-profit organisation with aged care homes, retirement villages, and home care services across Victoria, New South Wales, and Tasmania.
They have 10 other aged care homes in regional Victoria, including one in Morwell.
Respect has a long track record and focus on delivering quality care services to the elderly in rural and regional areas.
Respect Managing Director and CEO, Jason Binder, said “We’re excited that Respect is being given the opportunity and privilege to care for the older people of Sale and Moe, and we look forward to demonstrating the genuine and outstanding care we provide.”
“As a community organisation we also look forward to supporting the local workforce and community at large. Respect has a strong belief in creating homes that empower older people to live with meaning and purpose, and part of that is making sure we embed our homes in the community and that there is a strong community connection, and we’re excited about working with the Sale and Moe communities to develop that connection.”
Royal Freemasons Board Chair, Craig Head, said, “While we are sad to be saying goodbye to our Moe and Sale communities, we are confident that under Respect’s ownership and management, residents will continue to receive expert care and our staff will continue to work in a supportive environment.
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