Q: Can we have our own room?
A: All rooms are single with attached ensuites.
Q: Are there any activities?
A: Residents and families have access to a monthly newsletter listing activities for the month. They include bingo, games, newsreading, craft, outings, community visitors including church services weekly in our chapel.
Q: What services are provided?
A: Daily visit by Medical Practioner (Monday-Friday) Hairdressing, podiatry, physiotherapy, activities, Dietitian, Church services.
Q: Can we still use our own doctor?
A: Yes you may.
Q: What are the visiting hours?
A: Unrestricted. Please respect other residents if visiting after hours.
Q: What can we bring with us?
A: Best to view the room first and then decide in relation to furniture. Any personal items such as photos, bedspread etc can be brought in on admission.
Q: Can we have pets?
A: At the discretion of the Facility Manager.
Q: How long is your waiting list?
A: Particular attention is paid to urgent placements from the local community.
Q: What happens with Medication?
A: As per GPs directions and dispensed by appropriately trained clinical staff.
Q: Do you have accommodation for couples?
A: Yes we have twin share rooms that are accessed by a lockable door. Both must have valid ACAT assessment.
www.myagedcare.gov.au – My Aged Care website provides information on all aged care services.
www.accreditation.org.au The Aged Care Quality Agency is the independent body responsible for managing the accreditation and ongoing supervision of Commonwealth-funded aged care homes. This website is designed to help residents, potential residents and their families to understand accreditation.
www.seniors.gov.au Provides you with a single point of access to Government and non-Government information and services for older Australians.
www.hpw.qld.gov.au - This Department of Housing and Public Works website provides all information regarding housing assistance. An application package for Independent Living Units may be downloaded from this site.