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We are pleased to advise that the restrictions on visits to aged care in Southern Tasmania will be lifted after 6pm Friday 22 October. After this time, aged care visit limitations will revert to restrictions in place prior to the lockdown being announced. In Tasmania, visits to residential aged care facilities are permitted for people […]
Following on from the Premier’s announcement today (18th October), visitor restrictions remain in place for Southern Tasmania until at least 6pm Friday 22 October 2021. This means that no visitations will be permitted at our St Ann’s & Wellington Views homes until further notice. Individuals travelling from Southern Tasmania will not be able to enter […]
Due to the snap 3 day lockdown from 6pm Friday 15th October 2021 in Southern Tasmania, no visitations will be allowed at both St Ann’s & Wellington Views homes until further notice. The only permitted visitors to aged care facilities in Southern Tasmania are if: A person is a resident The person is employed or […]
New South Wales state legislation has recently changed in relation to visitor restrictions to aged care homes, from 11 October 2021 residents are permitted to have two visitors per day provided: they are aged 12 years and over and have received a second dose of a COVID vaccination at least 14 days prior to their visit […]
Due to the escalating Coronavirus risk in Tasmania from 12.01am Friday 6 August 2021, anyone who enters a residential aged care facility – including staff – must wear a mask while they remain on the premises. This requirement does not apply to residents in the aged care facility. Visitors to residential aged care facilities will […]
Following the announcement of the Victorian lockdown at midnight yesterday (15 July) there are also changes to the rules regarding visiting aged care homes in the state. No visitors are permitted at care facilities, unless an exception applies. Exceptions apply in limited circumstances. You may only visit a care facility for the following excepted reasons: […]
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
We welcome you to visit us at one of our homes to experience everything we can offer your loved one. This is a great opportunity to interact with our friendly staff and residents to find out more about what life at Respect is like.
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