When you need help on hand

Moving into residential aged care can be a good option for people who are no longer able to live at home without care and assistance.

In residential aged care, there are always staff on duty to help with daily activities or health care. Different levels of personal and nursing care are often available. The support provided by residential aged care can be accessed during a short-term respite stay or a long-term living arrangement.

Residential aged care is sometimes referred to as a nursing home or aged care facility.

In residential aged care, you can expect:

  • Nursing and support staff on duty, 24/7
  • Private or shared rooms
  • Meals, daily cleaning and laundry services
  • Social gatherings and activities
  • Assistance with personal care
  • Complex care and services

In Australia, government subsidies help give everyone an opportunity to find a place within an aged care facility.

 

Find the right place for your unique needs

Our team makes it easy for you to find the right residential aged care facility, even when you’re under pressure to make a fast decision.

We take the time to understand your situation and learn about what’s important to you. We consider what’s available in your local area and help you shortlist the best options. We’ll explain the advantages of each, then organise a time for you to view the facilities to make an informed decision.

Step-by-step to peace of mind

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Shortlist of options

Visits and viewings

 

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