Governance of Clayton Church Homes (CCH) is overseen by the Board of Directors who ensure compliance with the Australian Government legislation including the Aged Care Act 1997 and operate in accordance with standards and outcomes.
CCH also ensure compliance with State Legislation including the Retirement Villages Act 2016 and Retirement Village Regulations 2017.
Providing the overarching leadership and strategic direction, the Board of Directors continue to grow the Vision and Mission that has underpinned Clayton Church Homes from the beginning.
The Board’s commitment to the Vision, Mission and Values of Clayton Church Homes is unquestionable and absolute, ensuring the provision and delivery of quality care through mutual respect to our ageing community at all times.
The Board comprises of seven Directors whose appointment is approved by the Board after a recommendation to their appointment has been given by the Nominations Committee and ratified by the members of Clayton Church Homes at a General Meeting.
Our Directors are professionals from diverse backgrounds who volunteer their time to be part of CCH and bring a wealth of experience, expertise and passion, both individually and collectively.