Once you have assessed your loved one's eligibility for residential aged care, there are a number of factors to consider when choosing a home.
The best way to decide which home is right for you is to take a
tour, remembering that the most important thing to look for is that
residents are happy and cared for. This is a great opportunity to
ask the manager of the home any questions you may have and to take
a look around. What matters even more than the facilities is the
quality of care and the interactions between staff and
Some of the other factors to take into consideration include:
Regular visits from friends and family can be the single most
important part of maintaining quality of life for residents in aged
care. To enable regular visits, finding a home in a convenient
location is vital. View our range of locations.
Accreditation is the arrangement established by the Australian
Government to verify that residential aged care homes provide
quality care and services for residents. All of our homes have been
awarded the full three-year accreditation in recognition of our
very high standards, meeting all 44 of their expected
We know that what matters most to you and your loved one is a
high quality of care. All of our experienced staff are
compassionate and respectful, with the wellbeing and dignity of our
residents being the most important thing to us. In all of our homes
we have great
people providing great care.
Meals are an important factor to consider as eating provides a great amount of pleasure that is integral to quality of life. This is why we ensure the highest standards of food and service at all of our homes. Read more.
Fees are determined by the care needs of your loved one, income
and assets and whether they have special circumstances. We will
provide you with a full outline of fees up front so that you know
exactly what your costs will be. Read more.
To take a tour of one of Hall & Prior's homes, please contact us on (08) 9321 1388 or online.