We offer various levels of care and support, depending on the village and your needs. Our aged-care assistance ranges from Serviced Apartments, Rest Home and Hospital options.
Assisted Living options, also commonly known as Supported Living, are designed for residents who require regular support with daily tasks. To cater to individual needs, this level of support can be varied from basic assistance with meals, laundry and cleaning, right through to residential hospital level care, depending on the village.
Everyone is treated with the utmost dignity and respect. With a choice of living options at many of our villages, you can stay close to your spouse or partner if your care needs are different.
Where general assistance is required, yet balanced with a bit more personal space for creature comforts from your own home, our low maintenance serviced apartment accommodation option is the ideal choice. Serviced apartments come in either a 1 bedroom or studio layout with kitchenettes. Each one is built to high standards, ensuring optimum comfort and security. 24-hour access to emergency care is within hand, so you and your family can feel confident your safety and wellbeing are provided for
Before moving into a serviced apartment, residents will sit down with the village’s nurse manager to assess their needs and create an individual support programme that meets them now and into the future.
Care homes with rest home and hospital level care
When a higher level of continual support is needed, rest home or hospital accommodation is a better fit. Here residents can enjoy 24-hour access to care in a safe and comfortable environment, where a nurse manager and team of trained staff are dedicated to their wellbeing.
To find out if the Ministry of Health’s Residential Care Subsidy is applicable to the rest home or hospital you are considering, simply chat to the village’s Nurse Manager. For people interested in understanding more about the Residential Care subsidy, take a look at this article written by someone who has gone through the process of applying for their parent. It provides families with a good understanding about the subsidy, the process and some useful advice.
What if Assisted Living isn’t right for you?
Our assisted living options are ideal for people who need regular assistance with day-to-day living. If you are active, able and require very little in the way of daily support, then our independent living options might be best for you.