Residential Aged Care. Live-in care where you’ll feel right at home

When it’s getting difficult to stay living at home, there’s still so much you can look forward to in our residential aged care homes.

Our homes are bright and happy places where there’s always so much going on. With a range of activities – from music and painting, to bowls and social events – you can keep doing the things you love, and make new friends along the way.

You and your family can rest easy knowing you’re in the very best care. You’ll have a helping hand from our compassionate carers, selected because they have a heart for helping older people

Find out more about everyday life in our residential aged care homes.

Getting started

We’re giving care with dignity and compassion to older Australians

Our residential aged care homes offer you safety, care and companionship when you and your family need it most.

It’s very important to us that our residents are able to live dignified, fulfilling lives and feel supported at all times.

See how you can apply for residential aged care.

LETS GET STARTED

I’m very, very, happy I’m here because it’s a nice place to live – some people come and say it’s like living in a 5-star hotel!

Keith

Ways we care - placing your needs first

We want you to enjoy life in our aged care homes, living with dignity and comfort.

And like all of our residents, we understand that you will have unique requirements and interests.

You and your family can rest assured knowing that we can give every kind of care that you need.

We find our residents’ wellbeing improves as their nourishing meals and round the clock care helps them relax and sleep well, knowing they’re in good hands.

Presbyterian Aged Care (PAC) gives compassionate live-in aged care assistance, supporting you with:

  • mobility
  • dressing and personal care
  • social activities and hobbies
  • medication
  • allied health and nursing needs
  • care for residents with dementia and associated difficulties with memory, thinking, language
  • respite stays when your carer needs some time out
  • palliative care – increasing comfort and supporting families
  • chaplaincy