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Residential Aged Care – Introduction to the Entry Procedure

Posted by on Jul 9, 2013 in Aged care nursing homes, aged care Sydney, residential aged care, residential care, Web Blog | 0 comments

Residential Aged Care is the proper term for facilities which are commonly referred to as nursing homes.  Residential aged care facilities provide 24 hour care by trained nursing staff for frail elderly people who can no longer live independently in their own homes. Residential Gardens is one of Australia’s largest and most experienced providers of residential aged care. Our teams of highly trained staff and dedicated volunteers are passionate about providing the highest quality care possible. All of our residential care facilities provide 24 hour nursing care, individual care plans...

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Age Care – Types of care and Services

Posted by on May 15, 2013 in agecare, aged care Sydney, Web Blog | 0 comments

There are two primary levels of care within any age care facilities – Low Care and High Care. In addition to these two levels of age care, Residential Gardens offers a range of services catering to individual needs such as Dementia Care, Palliative Care, Community Care and Respite Care. A dedicated team of highly skilled professionals are earmarked to manage the differing combinations of these levels of care. Age care homes provide varying levels of support ranging from daily tasks and personal care to 24-hour nursing care. Residential aged care can be offered as either permanent or...

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Mellowed by Age, Zestful like the Young

Posted by on Apr 8, 2013 in agecare, aged care Sydney, residential aged care, Web Blog | 0 comments

Rarely can it be easy to move a loved family member into aged care Sydney. Having to take that decision can be painful and scary – for the elderly and for the young. Moving into aged care Sydney can be difficult to get used to for an elderly person. As you grow older, your ability to adapt quickly to your environment becomes increasingly difficult. Hence, adjusting to life in retirement villages NSW, can take a fair amount of time and effort. Besides, getting used to a new environment with strangers will be challenging. For the younger folk, the decision can be equally daunting. In many...

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