At Hall & Prior, we believe that quality care with choices in accommodation, lifestyle and health should be accessible for everyone, which is why only Clarence Estate in Albany charges an accommodation bond. All our other homes do not.
The fees and basic benefit that will apply to you are set by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing. Fees will be determined by your care needs, your income and assets, the service you choose and whether you have special circumstances. When you meet with your local Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) member, they can guide you through the process of asset assessments, which are done by Centrelink or the Department of Veteran Affairs.
We will provide you with a full outline of fees up front and are happy to discuss costs with you. The Director of Nursing at each of our homes can provide you with more information on fees.
The next step is to apply for the home of your choice.