Helping Hand Lealholme at Port Pirie accommodates 104 residents, including six double rooms for couples and a 16-place purpose-built memory support unit for people living with dementia.
Features of the home include:
- Units with ensuite bathrooms
- On-site parking
- Craft shop
- Men’s Shed
- Sensory garden.
Surrounded by parks and gardens and close to the centre of town, Helping Hand Lealholme offers diverse dining experiences, an enriching Lifestyle program and is a pet friendly home.
Called ‘Lealholme’ which means ‘haven of welcome’, the care home was established in 1949 by the Port Pirie Central Methodist Mission. In 1995 Lealholme became part of the Helping Hand organisation – which delivers high quality aged care services in regional South Australia and metropolitan Adelaide. In November 2016, a $6m extension to Lealholme was officially opened.
Lealholme is described by a resident’s family as: ‘First class … set in an environment that brings nature to your doorstep for all residents to experience and enjoy.’