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Are You Looking for the Best Residential Aged Care Facility in Sydney?

Posted by on Nov 27, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Thinking of entering an aged care facility is not easy. It can be even worse if you have to take the decision of sending someone you love in a residential aged care home. Unfortunately, this is an unpleasant reality in contemporary times. Not all people in a household can forego their responsibilities to look after the elderly members in their families. This would soon lead to a monetary crisis. Similarly, in some cases, it might be possible to manage with in-home care services. But, this might not always be a feasible alternative. In such circumstances, an aged care facility often remains...

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Are You Looking for the Best Residential Aged Care Facility in Sydney?

Posted by on Sep 25, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Thinking of entering an aged care facility is not easy. It can be even worse if you have to take the decision of sending someone you love in a residential aged care home. Unfortunately, this is an unpleasant reality in contemporary times. Not all people in a household can forego their responsibilities to look after the elderly members in their families. This would soon lead to a monetary crisis. Similarly, in some cases, it might be possible to manage with in-home care services. But, this might not always be a feasible alternative. In such circumstances, an aged care facility often remains...

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Residential aged care facility – Levels of Care

Posted by on Jul 17, 2013 in agecare, Aged care nursing homes, aged care Sydney | 0 comments

Residential Gardens has a number of care options based on an individual’s needs including Low Care, High Care, Specialist Support (including dementia), Palliative and Respite Care. Leisure and recreational activities are designed to celebrate the human spirit and increase feelings of productivity and purpose. We also provide stimulating exercise programs. There are two levels of residential aged care facility – low level and high level, formerly known as hostels and nursing homes, respectively. These require an Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) assessment and approval for entry. Low...

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