Aged Care Find welcomes Amaroo Aged Care in Berrigan, NSW 2712 residents are encouraged to personalise their rooms by bringing items from their previous home.Boutique Aged Care in the Country For comfort, convenience and security, there's Amaroo Hostel. Located within spacious grounds on Davis Street, right near the Berrigan War Memorial Hospital, Amaroo Hostel offers 30 beds, 7 of which are in our Memory Support Unit and offer the best in care. Offering the warmth of home, each room has its own ensuite and modern furniture, as well as direct access to a garden or terrace. For quiet time - or quality time with other residents, family and friends - there are three spacious lounge rooms, a activities room and sunny Library. And, just a short walk away, discover the town's bustling shopping and sporting facilities. Hostel Services Our friendly, professional staff are always on hand to help residents with their daily needs, including:Three nutritious meals, plus morning and afternoon tea Laundry and room cleaning Bathing, dressing and grooming Treating health problems Making phone calls, writing letters and reading Craft, music and social activities 24-hour emergency call systems As a guide, our weekly fee is approximately 85% of the aged pension, and will be explained upon application. Becoming An Amaroo Resident The first step towards becoming an Amaroo resident is to have your doctor arrange an assessment by the Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT). Your eligibility will then be further assessed based on your needs and will take into account:Your health Your social needs and circumstances Your current housing situation Your family and other available support We offer our 28 permanent and two respite places to those who will benefit most, rather than first come, first served. We also aim to firstly provide our services to those within the local community - residents within Berrigan and district and their immediate family. Respite Care Please click to discover more about Amaroo's Respite Care.
Amaroo Aged Care has interesting facts - Difference between aged care and retirement villages, Retirement village residents live independently, while residential aged care residents require daily assistance with personal care. Retirement villages are residential, multi-unit complexes designed for people aged 55 years or older that also offer a range of health, leisure and support services.
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