Who we are?
The Society of Saint Hilarion was founded as a cultural and religious body in 1955 which formally became incorporated in 1974. Our origins are owed to the passion of a group of migrants who settled in South Australia after migrating from the town of Caulonia (and surrounds) in southern Italy, either side of World War 2.
In 1987, the Society of Saint Hilarion entered into the aged care sector with the purchase of a nursing home at Lockleys, in Adelaide's western suburbs. Since that time we have grown to become a boutique aged care and community service provider in Adelaide, South Australia.
Today we own and operate two beautiful facilities - a charming villa style development in the suburb of Fulham, and the stunning new House of Saint Hilarion at Seaton which was completed in 2010.
We are a not for profit organisation, with an emphasis on family and community values which is underpinned by ensuring that our people enjoy quality, compassionate services in a loving and caring environment. Our focus extends to the total wellbeing of people receiving our services, incorporating their physical, mental, social and spiritual wellbeing.