Victoria Park Hostel – Kalgoorlie
About Victoria Park Hostel
Victoria Park Hostel caters for 29 residents in a heritage style; purpose built building which features bright and cheerful rooms. It comprises of two houses providing 24 hours care to all residents.
Victoria Park Hostel provides temporary respite accommodation, from one day to a number of weeks, providing peace of mind for carers.
Caring for someone with dementia can be challenging. At our residential care home, the dementia support services provide residents living with dementia regular visits from our Dementia Specialist team who assess, review and provide individual dementia support. They work closely with family members and staff to develop a dementia care plan, tailored to their individual needs, to ensure the resident is comfortable, safe and happy in their surroundings.
Our care services
- Onsite nursing care by qualified nurses and ongoing staff assistance 24 hours a day
- Medication management
- Active lifestyle programs for social activities, hobbies and companionship
- personal care and support with all activities of daily living
- Tailored Care Plans for individual needs
- Palliative & end of life care
- Pastoral and spiritual care
- Access to Allied Health services e.g. podiatry, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech therapy
We also provide a comprehensive range of services tailored to each of our residents’ individual needs including:
- Falls management
- Pain management
- Continence management
Beneficial design features
Victoria Park was purpose built for care with wide hallways and spacious rooms. All bedrooms, bathrooms and communal areas include emergency call bells and assist rails throughout.
Victoria Park Nursing Home has a library and hairdressing salon for residents to enjoy, along with a unique onsite chapel which features a striking stained glass mural. The peaceful onsite chapel provides a place for quiet reflection, or residents can attend the regular mass services.
The adjoining lounge areas are comfortable so residents and their visitors can feel at home. The windows in the lounge rooms provide an abundance of natural light as well as views of the beautifully landscaped gardens.
The residents can participate in numerous activities in the activity room such as massages and yoga and have access to a library, card table, gym and piano.
Our residential care home has an onsite chef who understands the importance of nutritious and balanced meals for our residents’ wellbeing.
The outdoor garden area is well maintained with raised garden beds so residents can participate in gardening activities. Victoria Park Nursing Home also has a large courtyard covered with sail shades with a water feature that was built earlier this year. It has its own BBQ area, so our residents and their families can enjoy the great outdoors all year round. Residents are also permitted to have small pets visit them in our home.
Confused about how to access Aged Care?
Navigating the aged-care system can be challenging and frustrating. Phone calls, filling out forms, meeting different people and more.
At a time when things really need to be simple, they can get complicated.
That’s why we have friendly care advisors who are able to provide you with more information and can visit you at home or in the hospital.
Call 1300 669 189 today to book your appointment.
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Residential Aged Care Fees
When entering aged care, the Centrelink assessment of your assets and income determines what you may need to pay towards the cost of the accommodation and services. You may be asked to pay a basic daily fee, a means tested fee and an amount for your accommodation. The basic daily fee is to cover living expenses such as meals, power and laundry. The means tested care fee contributes to the cost of your care and you may also be asked to pay an accommodation contribution to either fully or partially cover the cost of your accommodation.
Paying for residential aged care can seem complex and we are here to help you navigate the options available to you based on your situation.
Payment Options Defined
Residents have a choice on how they wish to pay for their accommodation. Residents are required to complete a Centrelink assessment which determines eligibility for Government financial assistance for their accommodation.
Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD), which is an upfront amount paid by a resident for entry into residential care, or
- Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP), which is a daily payment amount, or
- A combination of RAD and DAP, which is where a resident makes an upfront payment of a portion of the RAD and the remainder is paid as a DAP. For illustrative purposes, this has been shown in the table below as 50% RAD and 50% DAP.
The table below shows the RAD and DAP costs as well as the figures of a 50% RAD and 50% DAP.
Please note these figures relate to accommodation costs only.
There are a number of options or combinations in which to pay for accommodation at Victoria Park Hostel. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.