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Candidate Information Pack - Housekeeper role - Garran Abbeyfield House This is the information pack for prospective applicants for the Housekeeper role at the Garran Abbeyfield House
Abbeyfield Australia Annual Report 2017 Abbeyfield Australia Annual Report 2017 (including financial reports).
House Fee Increase 20 September 2017 The Abbeyfield House fee is paid by residents of an Abbeyfield House to cover the cost of household expenses incurred in operating the house. Covered are regular expenses such as electricity, gas, water, food, wages and building maintenance costs. The house fee is based on 70% of the aged pension and energy supplement plus 100% of rent assistance, and is revised every 6 months, in line with DHS pension increases
Abbeyfield Australia Policy & Procedure Manual The Abbeyfield Australia Policy & Procedure Manual is used by and applies to Abbeyfield Australia Ltd and its affiliated Local Societies.
Chairman's Report - April 2017 The April 2017 edition of the Abbeyfield Australia Chairman's report to members, supporters and newsletter subscribers.
Candidate Information Pack - Frankston This is the information pack for prospective applicants for the Housekeeper role at the Frankston Abbeyfield House.
Complaints and Appeals Procedure Abbeyfield’s commitment is to apply this procedure fairly; to be open to complaints and appeals and use our best endeavours to reach a solution which is satisfactory to all.
Notifiable Incidents Policy Abbeyfield Australia is committed to meeting its obligation a as Registered Community Housing Provider, and all affiliated Abbeyfield local societies around the country, to inform the Registrar of Community Housing NSW of all Notifiable Incidents, as required by National Regulatory System for Community Housing (NRSCH) Law.
House fee increase - all states except Tasmania - 20 March 2017 The Abbeyfield House fee is paid by residents of an Abbeyfield House to cover the cost of household expenses incurred in operating the house. Covered are regular expenses such as electricity, gas, water, food, wages and building maintenance costs. The house fee is based on 70% of the aged pension and energy supplement plus 100% of rent assistance, and is revised every 6 months, in line with DHS pension increases.
House fee increase - Tasmania - 20 March 2017 The Abbeyfield House fee is paid by residents of an Abbeyfield House to cover the cost of household expenses incurred in operating the house. Covered are regular expenses such as electricity, gas, water, food, wages and building maintenance costs. The house fee is based on 70% of the aged pension and energy supplement plus 100% of rent assistance, and is revised every 6 months, in line with DHS pension increases.
2017 Housekeeper Conference registration form The 2017 Housekeeper conference registration form is used by current Abbeyfield housekeepers or committee members to register your/your housekeeper's attendance at this year's conference, to be held on 18 and 19 May 2017.
Candidate Info Pack - Housekeeper vacancy at the Huonville Abbeyfield House Candidate Info Pack for prospective applicants for the Housekeeper role at the beautiful Huonville Abbeyfield House. After reading the Candidate Info Pack, you are welcome to direct enquires to Mr Kent Wells on 0419 793 314 Applications close Friday 17th February 2017
Annual Report 2016 Abbeyfield Australia 2016 annual report (including audited financial statements.)
Call for Nomination for election as Director This explanatory letter explains the process to nominate for election as director. There are two types of Nomination Forms available: from this website. One is for members of Abbeyfield Australia to nominate an individual for election, and a separate form specifically for affiliated local societies to nominate or second an individual for election. Completed Nomination Forms must be received by Abbeyfield Australia by 5.00pm (Melbourne time) on Monday 24 October 2016. It is your responsibility to lodge your completed Nomination Form by the deadline.
Nomination Form (by individuals) for election 2016 This Form is used by an Abbeyfield Australia member to propose or second the nomination of an individual for election to the Abbeyfield Australia Ltd Board. A separate Form is available from the Abbeyfield Australia website for any affiliated local society wishing to propose or second the nomination of an individual for election to the Board.
Nomination Form (Local Society) for election 2016 This Form is used by an affiliated Abbeyfield local society to nominate an individual as a candidate for election to the Abbeyfield Australia Board. A separate Nomination Form is available on the Abbeyfield Australia website (public library page) for other individual Abbeyfield Australia members to nominate a candidate for election.
House fee increase - all states except Tasmania - 20 September 2016 The Abbeyfield House fee is paid by residents of an Abbeyfield House to cover the cost of household expenses incurred in operating the house. Covered are regular expenses such as electricity, gas, water, food, wages and building maintenance costs. The house fee is based on 70% of the aged pension and energy supplement plus 100% of rent assistance, and is revised every 6 months, in line with DHS pension increases.
Notifiable Incidents policy Policy statement outlining our commitment to report notifiable incidents to the Registrar of Community Housing.
House Coordinator info pack - Goulburn Abbeyfield Hse Candidate Information pack for the House Coordinator role at the Goulburn Abbeyfield House.
Code of Ethical Conduct - extract from Policy Manual This is a small extract from the Abbeyfield Australia 'Policy and Procedure Manual'. ' The unabridged 'Policy and Procedure Manual' is also available from this document library,
Code of Ethical Conduct declaration form This is the 'Code of Ethical Conduct declaration form '. It must be signed by every director, committee member, volunteer or staff member associated with every assisted independent living Abbeyfield House nationally. Details have been sent directly to every affected Abbeyfield local society.
Policy and Procedure Manual This is the unabridged Abbeyfield Australia Policy and Procedure Manual as at April 2016. An small extract of the Manual containing only the Code of Ethical Conduct is also available from this library.
Abbeyfield Australia Liaison Directors - 2016 Abbeyfield Australia Liaison Director listing for 2016. Each Abbeyfield Society is allocated an Abbeyfield Australia Director as its main point of contact with the Abbeyfield Australia Board. The Liaison Director’s role is to maintain regular personal contact with local societies using the occasional telephone call, email or attendance at meeting. It is an important aspect of the role of an Abbeyfield Australia director and reflects the significance of local societies as our key stakeholders.
Annual Report 2015 Abbeyfield Australia Ltd annual report 2015 (includes audited financial statements)
Abbeyfield Australia membership form 2015 - 2016 Application form to apply for membership of Abbeyfield Australia Ltd
Abbeyfield Australia Photography Competition Abbeyfield Australia Photo Competition - invitation to members, residents and supporters - June 2015
SCHADS Award - MA000100 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010 (Consolidated up to 27 June 2014)
Abbeyfield Australia constitution Abbeyfield Australia constitution as amended 12 April 2014.
Annual Report 2014 Abbeyfield Australia Ltd's annual report (including audited financial statements) for the year ended 30 June 2014.
Abbeyfield Australia Housekeeper Registration Form Registration form for cooks who wish to be added to the Abbeyfield Australia register of casual staff.
Register of injuries - template This Register of Injuries can be used by all Abbeyfield local societies (Houses and Hostels) to record and manage their response to work place injuries (including return to work.) All employers must maintain a register of injuries. Where an incident occurs which does not cause an injury, it too should still be noted in a separate incident register - which is reviewed periodically by the COM for trends in recurring incidents and / or 'near misses' which may have potentially caused an injury.
Fair Work Information Statement (National Employment Standards information sheet) The Fair Work Act (Cwth) requires that every new employee be given a copy of the Fair Work Information Statement. If necessary, any existing employee who has not received a FWI Statement should also be provided with a copy. Not providing a FWI Statement is a breach of the Fair Work Act and carries a penalty of up to $30,000.
AGM Minutes 2013 Minutes of the Abbeyfield Australia Ltd AGM held Saturday 23 November 2013
Annual Report 2013 Abbeyfield Australia annual report 2013
Members only section - login information This instruction sheet explains how to login to the members' only section of the Abbeyfield Australia website
AHMM Abbeyfield House Management Manual 2013
Board skills matrix A simple form to assist local societies complete a board skills self -assessment. This form is in MS word format for easy adaption to your local society.
Business plan format - sample An example of a concise business plan format for Abbeyfield local societies. This document is in MS word format for easy adaption to your local society
Abbeyfield Observer September 2013 Edition The Abbeyfield Observer is the regular newsletter produced by Abbeyfield Australia.
Information on ACAT Assessments This document provides information to individuals and Local Societies when seeking additional assistance to live independently.
Abbeyfield House – invitation for familiarization period This is a generic letter which Local Societies may use to invite a potential new resident to live in their House for a brief familiarisation period. The familiarisation period is important because it lets potential residents experience life in an Abbeyfield House prior to making a commitment to move in permanently. It also gives the other House residents and Committee of Management the opportunity to better get to know the potential resident.
Abbeyfield Observer - December 2012 edition The Abbeyfield Observer is the regualr newsletter produced by Abbeyfield Australia.
Annual Report 2012 The Abbeyfield Australia Annual Report 2012
Fair Work Handbook The Fair Work Ombudsman has published this Fair Work Handbook to assist employers better understand the Fair Work Act and their obligations under workplace laws.
Goulburn Abbeyfield House - Volunteers handbook Volunteers handbook for the Goulburn Abbeyfield House
Payslips for employees of Abbeyfield local societies Every Abbeyfield local society is obliged to provide payslips to employees within one working day of their pay day. See the attached plain English summary for details.
Generic Abbeyfield House rules This is a set of generic Abbeyfield house rules for the consideration of Residents Committees and Committees of Management. The rules reflect the individual residents right and responsibilities, but also recognises that an Abbeyfield House is a shared house in which all residents must respect each other and their house.
ADHC Abuse and Neglect Policy Abuse and Neglect Policy and procedures as amended by Ageing Disability and Home Care (ADHC), NSW Department of Human Services, September 2010
Annual Report 2011 Annual report for the year ended 30 June 2011.
Abbeyfield Observer - September 2011 Welcome to the Abbeyfield Observer for the latest news from Abbeyfield in Australia.
Annual report 2010 Abbeyfield Australia annual report 2010
Abbeyfield Observer - August 2010 edition Abbeyfield Australia newletter
Annual report 2009 Abbeyfield Australia Annual report 2009
Abbeyfield Australia gifts policy Our policy for receiving gifts.
Consent to use an image Consent for Abbeyfield Australia to use your image or photo.
Annual report 2008 Abbeyfield Australia Annual report 2009
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