SOURCE: Business Review Australia

Business Review Australia

February 17, 2011 14:42 ET

CEO Mike Rungie of ACH Group Talks About Improving the Lives of the Elderly in an Interview With Business Review Australia

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - February 17, 2011) - In an interview with Business Review Australia, CEO Mike Rungie of ACH Group talks about improving the lives of the elderly.

"What older people consistently tell us is that they would like their lives to continue to be as it has in the past and continue to live well," CEO Mike Rungie says in the article. "They want us to provide services in a way that enables that, so we have a constant focus on good lives in everything we do. We train our staff, we have an expectation that if they use our services they'll continue to live well, and we consistently talk to older people about what would make a difference so that they are able to live better, rather than what services they need."

Customer focus and respect is achieved through training all of the staff to have a high regard for older people, treat them well and to maintain meaningful relationships with them.

Read the full article here.

About ACH Group
Since its inception in 1952, ACH Group's vision of catering to older people who are active, valued and contributing members of family, community and society has been perpetuated by CEO Mike Rungie at the helm.

ACH Group is a private non-profit organisation specialising in aged care in South Australia. The Company initially started raising funds for building accommodation for financially disadvantaged older people under the leadership of Sir Keith Wilson.

Today ACH Group's primary focus is to provide choices to older people to enable them to age positively in their communities and live fulfilling lives. This is achieved by a voluntary Board made up of 10 members with a commitment to ageing in South Australia and organisational accountability.

ACH Group currently employs over 1,200 specialist staff, 800 skilled volunteers and provides services to over 35,000 older people each year as well as providing services throughout metropolitan Adelaide, the Fleurieu and regional areas such as the mid Murray and Riverland.

About Business Review Australia
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