Adria Village is known as one of Canberra’s best aged care facilities and it is located in the south side suburb of Stirling. Established in 1994, the Village has accommodated many elderly people from Canberra and the surrounding districts that require low to high care and respite to long term accommodation. The Village is a 24 hour facility that runs on a very high professional level of care. This is evident as our staff show extreme dedication by making the lives of our residents feel safe, comfortable and enjoyable.
Adria Village provides accommodation for 40 permanent residents and another two beds for respite care. Twelve permanent places are located in a Special Care ward and all rooms have bathroom facilities. The Village has very high cleaning standards and provides laundry services for our residents. Our kitchen staff provides a variety of breakfasts, lunches and dinners, as well as morning and afternoon tea. As part of our care practice we accommodate residents’ dietary needs.
Adria Village also manages 36 established independent living self-care units. Our philosophy is to provide the highest quality of care to the aged care person of any nationality and any age over 65, giving them assistance to live with dignity & as independently as possible. We pride ourselves in practicing respect and security, as well as providing a sense of grace and integrity to our residents on a daily basis. Our staff encourage our residents with individuality and communication.
Residents are invited to take part in a variety of activities on a cultural, social and religious basis within the Village atmosphere. On a weekly basis, many of the residents enjoy going on excursions around Canberra to places such as the zoo, art gallery, lookouts, museums and on shopping trips. Many also enjoy the in-house activities such as arts and crafts, bingo, birthday celebrations, mobile library, playing board games and doing puzzles.
While there is a Registered Nurse on duty at all times, other medical representatives such as ambulance, resident doctors, Podiatrist and Physiotherapist are on call. Adria Village an in-house Hairdresser that comes on weekly basis to provide cuts, colours and styles. The Village has a chapel where residents of any religion have the right to worship.
We at Adria Village care for the elderly so ring or drop in and feel free to talk to any of our compassionate and friendly staff.
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Set amongst landscaped grounds, Adria Village is a warm and welcoming community of people from all around the world. We pride ourselves on cultural diversity and celebration, and offer a wide range of activities to cater for all interests. Adria Village fosters individuality and independence, providing support and assistance to enable residents to live in a comfortable, secure environment.
Adria Village is located in the Canberra suburb of Stirling and offers residential care for 42 residents, incorporating 2 respite rooms, and a Special Care wing. The Village also contains 36 independent living villas. All villas have 2 bedrooms, a courtyard and a garden, and residents enjoy a peaceful and welcoming community lifestyle.
Our aim is to provide a caring, safe, home-like atmosphere, reflecting your rights to dignity, respect, privacy, safety and the best quality of life. Contact us today to arrange a personal tour.
The central location of Adria Village, in Weston Creek, is ideal for residents. The major shopping centres of Cooleman Court and Westfield Woden are only minutes away. ACTION buses regularly pass in front of the village with services to Town Centres.
Live independently with the peace-of-mind of having 24-hour access to help via the LifeGuard call system and On-Call Nurse.
Residing in a smaller residence will mean there is less work in and around the house, this will give you more time to concentrate on your other interests. Help with day to day maintenance is also available. These features make living in a retirement village worthwhile.
Adria Village was established by the Croatian community of Canberra and Queanbeyan. Official opening in 1994, it was the result of years of voluntary work undertaken by members of the local community, both in the administration and building of the Village.
Please contact our friendly staff to arrange a personal tour.