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Due to the escalating Coronavirus risk in Victoria, as from midnight 27th May all Respect homes in Victoria will be in precautionary lockdown. This lockdown will last for at least the next 7 days, and will be reviewed on Thursday 3rd June. This means that there will be no visitations allowed, except on compassionate grounds […]
Due to the escalating Coronavirus risk in Victoria, as from 6pm tonight (Tuesday 25th May) there will be a number of enhanced visitor restrictions for all Respect homes in Victoria. These enhanced restrictions include: End of life care visits Two visitors at a time Do not have to be from the same household. No time limits. […]
A binding agreement was signed on the 12th April to transfer the ownership of Lithgow Aged Care, in New South Wales, to Respect. It is anticipated that the sale of business and assets will be completed on the 16th April 2021, at which stage Respect would take over operation of the facility and secure the […]
We are proud to advise that Ulverstone’s Eliza Purton home was selected as one of the first homes in Tasmania to offer residents the COVID-19 vaccine. Eliza Purton resident Shirley Corbett (pictured) was the first Tasmanian to receive the vaccine on Monday morning. Respect Chief Operating Officer Brett Menzies was excited about the opportunity for […]
Due to the improving COVID-19 situation the Department of Health & Human Services Victoria has updated its restrictions on aged care homes within Victoria. Please be advised of the following changes in regards to visitation in Victoria: Visitors: One household may visit a resident once per day. Exceptions continue to apply. Restrictions that currently remain […]
Due to the escalating Coronavirus risk in Victoria, as from midnight tonight (12th February), and for the next 5 days (until midnight 17th February), all Victorian homes will re-enter lockdown. This means that there will be no visitations allowed, except on compassionate grounds. Loved ones can be contacted by telephone and video chat facilities if […]
From the very moment that Mum went to stay at St Ann’s I can only think of positive things to say. The staff are fantastic and genuinely care about the residents and their well-being. We are really glad that we chose St Ann’s and have seen Mum go from strength to strength due to the high level of care. With the new renovations it’s more like a holiday resort than a nursing home.
John, family member St Ann’s
Here it’s lovely because there’s always someone here, the carers are lovely, they all seem to genuinely like their job and like people. They’re always so kind, they always speak nicely to residents, there’s no bullying or a bad temper or anything like that with them. And they’ll do anything for you, I mean even the catering staff – they always make me a cup of tea exactly how I like it; you know little things like that that’s really nice.
Jackie, resident at Wellington Views
No “home” would ever be like home, but Tyler Village is doing a very good job at helping it feel like one. It is homelike, the staff are friendly and they provide very good care.
Arthur, resident at Tyler Village
We have two very good cooks and the dining room staff are also very good. I feel very fortunate to have a facility such as this available.
Mavis, resident at Alcheringa
I fully appreciate all the care that I receive at all times and the fact that the staff are prepared to chat to us. The staff are brilliant, I am treated with respect. It’s top class.
Doris, resident at Coates
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