Find answers to our most asked Amana Living Questions
How long has Amana Living been around?
We were established in 1962 as Anglican Homes and rebranded as Amana Living in 2006. We remain an Anglican organisation, however our current name more accurately reflects our inclusive philosophy.
Do I have to be an Anglican to receive Amana Living services?
No. We are an inclusive organisation with Christian foundations. Everyone is welcome, whatever their background or beliefs.
Why would I choose Amana Living?
Amana Living is one of the largest providers of aged care services and retirement living for West Australians.
We provide a full range of aged care including affordable housing for seniors, residential aged care, home care, day clubs, and dementia services.
As a not-for-profit organisation established by the Anglican Church in 1962, our aim is to provide the highest quality services in the communities we serve.
Professionally Trained. Naturally Kind.
What does 'not-for-profit' mean?
Our not-for-profit status means that we don’t have shareholders like a private company. This enables us to reinvest more of our revenue back into Amana Living to maintain and improve the quality care and excellent services we are committed to. We also have charitable status.