The Cook Care Group is an Australian, family owned and operated group of aged care facilities established in 1987 and developed by Francis and Christine Cook.
The Cook Care Group is always looking to drive positive change in the aged care industry. Cook Care was the first aged care facility in Australia to build an Extra Service dementia wing, Lorna William, at Winston House in Croydon NSW. Staff training and support, play areas for visiting children, BBQ facilities and areas for residents to garden or care for pets are some of the innovations that the Cook Care Group have introduced to promote the health and lifestyle of their residents, families and staff.
Quality care, comfortable, safe surroundings, friendly, professional staff are hallmarks of each Cook Care facility. The Cook Care Group currently owns and manages ten aged care facilities in NSW and Queensland with a total of 731 beds including five extra service facilities. All Cook Care facilities continue to achieve accreditation with the Aged Care Standards Agency and are recognised in the community as offering high quality accommodation and care standards.
The Cook Care Vision is "Excellence without Compromise".