For the third year running, Anglicare Southern Queensland has been named as Australia’s Most Trusted Brand in Aged Care and Retirement Villages in the annual Reader’s Digest survey.
Now in their 22nd year, Reader’s Digest asks consumers their opinions on what brands of products and services are important to them across many different sectors.
Trust and positive sentiment are at the heart of any good brand and especially for aged care integral to how providers differentiate themselves. The below video by Anglicare SQ captures this.
With over 150 years’ experience, Anglicare Southern Queensland is one of the state’s most experienced and trusted in-home, retirement, and aged care providers and has over 3000 staff, supported by more than 600 volunteers.
Anglicare Southern Queensland Executive Director Karen Crouch said the recognition was well-deserved and thanked everyone who has played a part in supporting our residents and clients over the past 12 months.
“For a provider of essential health care services to older Queenslanders, the power of trust cannot be understated,” Ms Crouch said.
“We are with people in some of their most difficult and vulnerable moments. Our residents, clients and their families rely on us every day to provide them with the best possible care and support.
“I am really proud that we have again received this recognition from Australian consumers.
“Our residential and community aged care staff do an amazing job, and they are backed up by a dedicated team of support services from across the organisation.
“Thank you for your commitment and dedication to your work and congratulations to everyone on this significant achievement.”
UnitingCare and Australian Unity received highly commended in the Aged Care and Retiremement Villages category.
You can see the full list of results on the Trusted Brands website.