Established in 1996, St Basil’s is a not for profit organisation located in Perth, Western Australia. We have provided quality home care packages and respite for aged people for over two decades and have extended our services to offer in or out of home support to adults living with a disability. As a specialist CaLD Provider, we also cater towards individuals that come from diverse cultures. Our team is multicultural and multilingual, and where possible, we thoughtfully match support workers who can speak the same language and understand the subtleties of our client’s culture.
The driving ethos behind St Basil’s is to help reduce social isolation, loneliness and depression that can sometimes be experienced by older people or individuals living with a disability. Our genuine warmth, care and respect is welcomed and appreciated by clients, who soon tell us they feel part of the St Basil’s family. Our team is integral in supporting us to help foster positive relationships and nurture strong cultural and community engagement. We support our clients in ways that matter to them, so that they feel happy and empowered to live a more independent life.
St Basil’s operates under the auspice of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and upholds the values and philosophy of the Greek Orthodox faith. Originally set up to meet the needs of aged Greek people in Perth, St Basil’s now extends its services to support people of all cultures.
Our mission is to model the work of St Basil by treating others as ourselves; and to actively contribute to making the world a kinder, fairer place by applying our core qualities of Relationships, Family, Culture, Community and Spirituality. St Basil’s works within the values of Respect, Integrity, Empathy and Acceptance in creating a compassionate and supportive community.
The teaching of St Basil is reflected in our work as a trusted Provider of Aged Care and Disability services, thus continuing a tradition of 1600yrs.
For the past twelve months St Basil’s has been building its new Aged Care Day Centre and Administration Complex. We are now pleased to announce that construction is complete. Located adjacent to the Church of St Nektarios at 22 Dianella Drive, Dianella, the building provides a range of facilities to support elderly and disabled people to maintain their health and independence; and to extend their social connections and participate in new experiences. Due to the coronavirus pandemic we are unable to open to the public, however once the restrictions are lifted we will announce our grand opening. St Basil’s extends its thanks to everyone who has made development of this building possible, including members of St Nektarios community who have shown great patience during the construction.
We are a Registered Charity
Member of Case Manager
Society of Australia
An activity of the Greek Orthodox
Archdiocese of Australia