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Our primary care facility Granston Lodge has been operating for more than 40 years. Granston Lodge provides residential accommodation for 16 people living with progressive neurological diseases and has six beds for planned or crisis respite, which helps keep many Queenslanders out of aged care and hospitals.


Annerley Apartments is a community-based living model with four modern townhouses catering for up to eight people living with progressive neurological diseases needing 24-hour care. Annerley Apartments encourages independence and community involvement. Each townhouse accommodates two people and operates with its own individual routine and life rhythm, thereby reducing the risk of institutional practices developing.


Recently completed as part of a joint venture with Youngcare and Queensland Government, our new Albany Creek development includes eight units for people with a progressive neurological disease needing 24-hour care and three social housing units for independent living.


Completed in early 2017, our Spectrum Apartments development at Lutwyche includes four independent living units with full disability access. These groundfloor units have been custom designed to include a large, fully accessible bathroom and private courtyard.


Due for completion in the first half of 2018, our apartments in Springfield will be the first in our Project Dignity 120 initiative. The 18 high need, independent living apartments are purpose-built to meet Livable Housing Australia - Platinum Standard - the highest standard of Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA). The apartments are designed specifically for high care needs and changing disease symptoms. 

More information about the Project Dignity 120 initiative is available on the Project Dignity 120 website