Residential aged care is available for seniors who no longer can live independently at home and need 24 hour supervised care and services.
We recognise that caring for older people can vary from person to person what might begin with occasional care at home may lead to a need for respite or permanent residential care.
If you are caring for someone at home and in need of a little respite, you can also depend on Elderbloom to provide temporary care knowing your loved one is in safe hands.
Two of our centres offer dementia support where people living with this challenging condition can receive specialist care in a safe environment
Whatever needs you or a loved one might have, we are here to help your s get the most out of life in our nurturing and friendly communities. At the heart of Elderbloom is a philosophy of tailoring care and support tailored to to your interests, needs and wishes.
Most importantly, our emphasis is on your quality of life rather than just providing basic care needs.
At a Elderbloom we partner with you in providing safe, person-centred care and services to support your quality of life and wellbeing.
Days involve community activities, entertainment and other events to ensure enjoyment of life in ways that are within your capabilities and that help to keep active both mentally and physically.
We also collaborate with various community groups, schools and universities, such as Curtin and Murdoch University Nursing Schools to provide opportunities for visiting groups and trainee health workers.