The Vision for Glory Home, also known as ‘Living Life Care Centre’ is to provide a home in the name of Jesus Christ for those who have become homeless resulting from disadvantage caused by age, disability,
family circumstances or the environment
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Glory Home is able to care for up to 21 people with 2 carers living on site. As well as the 11 bedrooms & accommodation for visitors, there is a kitchen & meeting room used for all get togethers including meals, crafts, music, worship and meals. 18 residents (15 adults & 3 children) presently live at Glory Home. Glory Home is a God-centred holistic community, caring with respect, love, integrity & communication, thus enabling each resident to live life to their fullest potential whilst keeping families connected wherever & whenever possible.
Glory Home was started in Chiang Rai, Northern Thailand in October 2012 by Alexa Brown, an Australian nurse working in aged care, who with friends in Thailand has a heart to care for those that are in need of food & shelter in a safe Christian environment.
Alexa has been traveling to Northern Thailand since 2007 and many of her friends there are involved with the care of children, mainly from the hill tribes in crisis situations.
After noticing the need also for care of the elderly, disabled, neglected & poor, the opportunity arose to purchase a property with suitable dwellings for such a purpose.
Glory Home is now registered with the Welfare Department in Thailand as ‘Living Life Care’