Perched high on a tract of land on the Tamavua Ridge in Suva, Fiji, the Chanel Home of Compassion – Fiji is a
30-bed, not-for-profit charitable organization that provides for sick, frail elderly, severely disabled and disadvantaged people from multiple ethnic and religious backgrounds. Our residents have multiple disabilities and require a high level of care not available in the other rest homes in Fiji.
Six residents have been with us since childhood and are now in their 60s – 70s. The Sisters of Compassion, a Catholic religious order has been serving the needs of the disabled and disadvantaged elderly in Fiji since 1952. Our local Sisters of Compassion manage the Home and continue to work actively towards improving the conditions of our residents.
Our work includes:
- Long term residential care for the sick and frail elderly, including private residents
- Day care and respite care for seniors and disabled to relieve caregivers and family
- Palliative care for the terminally ill
- Chaplaincy ministry to CWM and Oceania Hospitals