We’ll take care of you for life.
When you reach the stage of life when your care needs become more important and you may need easy access to 24-hour support, Warrina Homes is here for you.
We provide a safe and comfortable environment consistent with residents’ care needs.
Warrina is still your home, so not only do you enjoy the privacy of your own room, you also have the option to personalise this space.
When you feel like getting out or meeting others, take advantage of our numerous meeting areas, from lounges and dining areas inside, to tranquil outdoor settings.
All our facilities are fully accredited and are subject to regular audits, ensuring that the living environment is safe for all.
Conveniently located call bells and sensor mats to alert carers to unexpected movement are just two of the features in our residential care service.
And in keeping with our Christian ethos, you will always find our quality of care to be warm, friendly and professional.
Residential Care – Frequently Asked Questions
What do I need to do before I can enter a residential care facility?
Before you can enter a residential care facility, you will need to be assessed by a Commonwealth Government Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) to determine the level of your initial care needs. Your doctor can arrange to refer you to an ACAT team for this assessment.
What are the costs involved in living in a residential care facility?
All residents pay a basic daily care fee which is regulated by the Commonwealth Government. Depending upon your financial circumstances, the Government may also determine that you should pay an additional income-tested fee/means-tested fee. You may also be required to pay a fully refundable Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD).
Am I guaranteed care as my care needs change?
We are fully accredited as an “ageing-in-place” provider. This means that we are able to provide the appropriate level of care for whatever your care requirements are at any time.
Can I bring with me a favourite chair or other such items?
We say “yes” wherever possible. The only constraints are space and safety.