United Protestant Association of NSW
The United Protestant Association of NSW Limited (UPA) is a Christian care organisation, established with the commitment to care for disadvantaged children and the provision of care and accommodation for the elderly. The Association's work commenced at Grafton in 1938 by the late Thomas Agst, BEM, JP, when he took several small children into care.
From this small beginning, the association was to gain impetus which has since seen expanded services to both young and old with over 45 centres throughout New South Wales. From it's inception, UPA has touched the lives of thousands of people by providing care of the highest quality in the context of Christian love and compassion.
Services We Offer
At some point in time in our lives many of us will find that living at home becomes more and more difficult for a variety of reasons such as ill health, reduce mobility or isolation. It can be a difficult decision to make whether to stay in our own familiar surroundings and obtain services such as Home Care or whether to move into a residential care facility.
Our experienced and caring staff will assist clients and their families reach an informed decision regarding what is best for all concerned.
Quality of Service
UPA's record for providing quality care and service for the aged is consistently recognised by the Aged Care Standards Agency, all our facilities adhere to their standards with wheelchair access, emergency call systems, automatic sprinkler systems etc.
In the case of our dementia clients, our secure dementia units are designed to ensure each resident feels comfortable and secure in a home-like environment.