Curtin Heritage Living enter home care sector with acquisition of SHINE Community Services

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Not For Profit West Australian residential aged care and independent living operator Curtin Heritage Living has entered into a Heads of Agreement to acquire Not For Profit home care provider SHINE Community Services.

SHINE Community Services was created in 2014 from TAPSS Community Care and in 2018 SHINE was awarded approved provider of Home Care Packages. Like Curtin Heritage Living, it is based in Cottesloe, 14km south-west of Perth’s CBD.

Curtin Heritage Living was founded in 1979 to provide aged care for residents in Perth’s western suburbs Cottesloe, Mosman Park, Claremont and Peppermint Grove.

“Our two organisations are people focused – valuing the right of older people to choose a manner of care that works for them and their families. We see the acquisition of SHINE Community Services and a combining of their skills and experience with ours, as a natural extension of our core business and our vision to deliver more services into our local community,” said Curtin Heritage Living Managing Director David Cox (pictured above).

SHINE Community Services CEO Ralph Gore added its service offering to the community will be able to grow in the deal.

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