For Family of Prospective Residents

Care for someone you love

Decisions about caring for someone who needs more help than you can give them are always complex and difficult. You want to do the best for your family member, but you may not even know what the best is!

Very often the best decision are made in stages over time. The first step is to gather information and there is a wealth of information available through the internet at sites like My Aged Care, or by visiting nursing homes in an area convenient to you.

Click here to visit the My Aged Care website for more information

Involve your loved one in the discussion from the beginning, and listen to their reaction. Suggesting a period of respite care may well answer a lot of questions for everyone concerned, spoken and unspoken. The greatest comfort is knowing that there is skilled, sensitive, kindly expert care available to help you and your loved one.

What our Residents and Family Say

Beautiful environment and design, it’s hard to believe you’re in a nursing home. The flexibility of visiting hours is a big help and pet friendly environment means we can bring our dog to visit. 24/7 care means we can rest at ease knowing mum receives medical attention when needed. Staff genuinely care and have a rapport with the residents. They listen and cater to the resident’s needs.- Teresa Belesinni - Daughter of resident