Bringing a community’s
vision to fruition
Moving into residential aged care can be a daunting and stressful time for an older person and their loved ones. At MACS, we encourage our residents to see a move to residential care as another stage of their journey and hopefully to gain some of their independence back, rather than losing it.
Our residential facilities cater for all levels of care, from independent living units through to palliative care and dementia specific care. We provide tools and resources that empower our residents to have choices and live as independently as possible, while surrounded by a friendly, welcoming and supportive community. Our residential aged care offerings are:
Each house offers an exciting social and lifestyle program. As well as fun activities such as movie afternoons, craft, gardening and cards, and in-house music concerts. Residents are encouraged to participate in organised activities that look after the body, care for the mind and nurture the spirit.
https://www.macs.org.au/flowing-ageing-grace-made-easy/. There is also a walking track, a playground for children, bird aviaries and a green-house to visit and explore.
MACS Geelong has an on-site multi-faith chapel, beautiful gardens and communal living areas and a piazza where residents, their families and friends can go to mingle, sip coffee, enjoy alfresco dining, shop and have their hair cut. The tiered Italian marble fountain is the centrepiece of the piazza, which is surrounded by paved walkways and beautiful gardens.
Residential care is Commonwealth subsidised (based on an income assessment) and places are available to those declared eligible by the Commonwealth Aged Care Assessment Service. You can find out more about the assessment and eligibility process here https://www.myagedcare.gov.au/eligibility-and-assessment/acat-assessments or telephone My Aged Care on 1800 200 422 Monday to Friday 8am–8pm and Saturday 10am-2pm.
For more information about the best Residential Care Geelong has to offer, please phone 03 5279 6800 or use the ‘get in touch’ form at right to contact the Chief Executive Officer.