CCH believes that mutual respect between all stakeholders supports its daily decision making and service provision.
CCH aims to provide quality services so that the elderly are able to continue the lifestyle they choose within a supported environment.
CCH recognises that people living in supported accommodation have the same human, legal and service rights and responsibilities as other Australians, including the need to live in harmony with other people and to respect their rights.
Decision-Making and Accountability
Decisions made by CCH are consistent with its Vision and Mission Statements, always keeping in mind the rights of the individual, the laws of Australia and the desire to continually improve the quality of services provided.
CCH will provide services within its means and to the highest possible standard. It will always maintain the rights of the individual and the requirements of government agencies (including legislative and regulatory requirements) at the forefront of its decision making processes and future development.
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