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Care respite – Temporary Residential Care

Residential respite care may be used on a planned or emergency basis and can be used for up to 63 days in a financial year. You need an Aged Care Assessment Team or Service (ACAT/ACAS) assessment to access Residential Respite. This type of care respite may be suitable if:

  • Your family or carer is going on holidays
  • You have had an accident or an illness which means you need more intensive care for a short-period while you recover
  • Your family or carer needs a break or some short-term support.

Residential Gardens is the only Spanish specific residential aged care facility in Australia and has been providing immaculate care and support since 1993. We have built our reputation as a provider of quality aged care and retirement services. We pride ourselves on the high standards we offer in the accommodation facilities and as such run a relentless improvement program where we are constantly looking at ways to not only upgrade our facilities but also how we can incorporate environmental sustainable design principles.

Residential Respite Care provides care as a live-in care arrangement in a Residential Aged Care Facility when you need a temporary break. Residential Gardens offers Respite services for High, Low and Dementia care. Respite care can be provided in low level or high level aged care, depending on your requirements. The decision to move into full-time residential care or residential respite care is a significant one. It is important to choose an aged care home that meets your care needs and preferences. Residential Gardens encourages the highest standards of quality of life, independence, care and dignity.