The Village was established in the 1970's by the newly united Methodist and Congregational Churches. Originally known as the "Central Yorke Peninsula Retirement Village" the facility was built in 1977 on the site of the original Congregational Church Manse and a vacant paddock. Eldercare undertook an extensive rebuilding of The Village in 1990, extending and adding another 15 rooms in 2003.
The facility is centrally located on the Yorke Peninsula at Maitland, and adjacent to a doctor’s surgery and the local hospital, with which we share strong relationships.
Other medical services are provided by visiting Podiatrists, Speech Pathologists, Audiologists, Optometrists and Massage Therapists.
The Village features single rooms with their own air conditioning and en suites. The facility is surrounded by established gardens, and features two secure courtyards in our Memory Support Unit. There is also a newly-built gazebo and barbeque area for residents and their families to enjoy. A dedicated horticultural therapist conducts group, as well as one-on-one lifestyle activities in the gardens.
Church services are held weekly in the chapel area, and the local Uniting Church maintains strong links with the facility. Our chaplain for the region provides emotional and spiritual support for residents and their families.
Our large central ‘hub’ is used for concerts & lifestyle events, and there is an onsite hairdressing salon and village shop operating once a week. The computer/internet kiosk is available for residents to use daily, and The Village has its own library of large print books.
We provide a wide range of leisure activities, to meet the individual needs and interests of our diverse resident group and our lifestyle program runs every day of the week.
To complement our high quality service, we provide an Additional Services package that includes a variety of features for your added care and comfort. For more information about our Additional Services packages and pricing visit the Eldercare website or contact our Residential Admissions team on 1300 925 414 or email@example.com.
Community and Social Networks
The Village has an established and dedicated volunteer team from across the close-knit community of Yorke Peninsula. The annual Village Fair and Open Day has become something of a local tradition, raising funds to support our lifestyle programs.
Local schools students interact on an individual basis with residents and share conversation and activities.
Located adjacent to The Village are retirement units, surrounded by gardens and lawns.
Nursing home features
- Medium home (60 beds)
- Specialist services: Visiting allied health professionals, including a physiotherapist, podiatrist, speech pathologist and dietitian
Types of care
The Village features single rooms with their own air conditioning and ensuites.
The facility is surrounded by established gardens and features two secure courtyards in our Memory Support Unit. There is also a newly-built gazebo and barbeque area for residents and their families to enjoy. The Village has landscaped gardens consisting of rose gardens, raised gardens beds for resident use and outdoor seating. A dedicated horticultural therapist conducts group and one-on-one lifestyle activities in the gardens.
Meals are cooked on-site daily by a chef. A continental breakfast is provided Monday - Saturday with a cooked breakfast offered on Sundays. There is a choice of two courses for lunch and three courses for evening meal.