Eskleigh is a not-for-profit incorporated body providing high quality support and services to people with a disability, their families and carers within Tasmania.
We are governed by a passionate Board of Directors, strongly committed to Eskleigh’s mission, and are greatly reliant on the financial support and generosity of the Tasmanian community. Eskleigh is staffed by paid, qualified employees and volunteers.
We operate a 42 bed supported accommodation with full time, qualified nursing and support staff at Eskleigh Homein Perth, Northern Tasmania. We also offer contemporary residential homes in Longford, Kings Meadows, Montrose and Mornington, where people with a disability requiring moderate support live as part of a group home arrangement.
Both Eskleigh Home and the residential homes support and accommodate younger adults with varying levels of intellectual or physical disability, including disabilities caused by an Acquired Brain Injury.
Eskleigh also boasts a premier statewide community support network, offering in-home care and respite services, enabling people with a disability to stay in the comfort of their own home with full support and daily healthcare.
Delivering a real quality of life
Eskleigh enables hundreds of Tasmanians with a range of disabilities to enjoy a meaningful, active and fulfilling way of life.
Established in 1947, we have a long and proud history supporting people with a disability at a range of levels so that they may enjoy a quality of life not otherwise possible.
With our supported accommodation options, attendant care and respite services and community events, Eskleigh supports and encourages clients to embrace life and become active members of their community, enriching not only the lives of people with a disability but feeding back into a prosperous Tasmanian community.
Eskleigh – a new era in disability care.
To be sustainable in five years’ time with opportunities emerging for growth.
Marketing and communication
To have raised our profile as demonstrated in increased membership, participation, fundraising and partnerships.
To have a skilled and happy workforce.
To be delivering quality care to an increasing client base, with a higher percentage of satisfied clients and value added services.
Eskleigh in supporting people will:
Deliver a quality, efficient and diverse service.
Value and respect all people we support in policy and practice.
Eskleigh operates to a quality management system. This system complies with the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 and legislative and regulatory requirements relevant to the service.
All Directors and employees shall be made aware of the requirements of this quality policy. Adherence to the systems and procedures defined in the Quality Manual ADM030 is mandatory for all Directors and staff.
All Directors and staff are directly responsible for the quality of their own work and actions.
The quality system shall be systematically reviewed for continuous improvement.
Chief Executive Officer