FAQs

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  • What is aged care?

    Aged care is the daily living and nursing care services for older Australians who either need help at home or can no longer operate independently. These services include both home care and residential care services. Respect provides the latter in the form of nursing homes, or aged care homes.

  • How are aged care homes managed?

    Aged care homes are owned and run by people who are approved by the Australian Government to care for you. The aged care system in Australia works to ensure that older people can receive support and quality care when they need it.

  • What kind of aged care provider is Respect?

    Respect is a not for profit organisation that operates as a charity. This means our prices and costs remain as affordable as possible and all of our resources are reinvested back into the services we provide.

  • Is there 24/7 care?

    Our team of staff are available any time of day to offer residents the care they require as well as respond immediately to any emergency. We work hard to ensure peace of mind every single day.

  • Are pets allowed?
  • Can I keep my current doctor?
  • Can visitors stay with me?

    We encourage family and friends to visit anytime, as a Respect home is your home. It is important for residents to maintain regular contact with loved ones. Staff are on hand to assist any resident who have difficulty with oral or written communication. Car parking is available, while the front area is reserved for pick-up or drop-off and emergency vehicles.

  • Do you provide dementia care?
  • Still have questions?