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Our values

Established in 1968 under the auspices and support of the Clayton Congregational Church, the fundamental Christian values and ethical principles continue to shine through and govern the activities and decisions of Clayton Church Homes today.

As a not-for-profit provider, the comfort and welfare of our residents is at the heart of everything we do. We will always remain true to the purpose for which we were established with any revenue generated directed to benefit our residents.

Our organisational values were developed by our staff in 2016 and endorsed by the Board of Directors to be formally recognised as part of the Vision, Mission and Guiding Principles of Clayton Church Homes.

Our values are:

  • Respect
  • Communication
  • Team work
  • Trust & Honesty
  • Positive Attitude

The values of our organisation are reflected in the qualities and traits of the staff we employ.

“I like the friendships with others, and the care I receive from staff. I feel happy and content and that makes my family happy.”


“I can travel without worrying about a thing and everyone gets along. It’s the best move I’ve ever made.”


“I am delighted to be here and am always busy with new found friends and activities.”


“We love living near like-minded people. We treat each other as friends and valued neighbours.”

Don and Margaret

“CCH staff show us respect, tolerance, care and friendship.”


“It’s very liberating to know that maintenance is taken care of.”


“I love my apartment. It’s light, airy and very contemporary.”


“I live in a Retirement Living unit and enjoy my garden, especially at the back where I have some raised beds where I grow lettuce, spinach, rocket and herbs that I pick for my meals everyday.”


“I love the Cafeteria where we can enjoy a good cappuccino while chatting with other residents. We meet every Friday for Happy Hour when we share news over a drink, have a few jokes and celebrate birthdays”


“I feel respected, safe, cared for and listened to.”


“The staff are very caring. I feel loved and I feel the warmth of everyone I come across.”


“I enjoy the village atmosphere, we are a close-knit community.”