In a facility with capacity of 120 beds, The Salvation Army James Barker House has been providing quality aged care for over 15 years. People who apply for one of our rooms will need to be assessed by an Aged Care Assessment Service.
We cater for all in the community, and particularly specialise in care for marginalised, and financially and socially disadvantaged men and women.
The Facility Manager leads professional, friendly & multicultural nursing and care staff, with high levels of qualifications and expertise, including an on-site Chaplain, who care for each care recipient in a friendly and dignified manner. Staff work closely as a team and with external health care providers and case managers to provide seamless and supportive care.
We aim to provide a safe, secure and as home-like a residence as possible for care recipients. It is our intention to provide a safe and harmonious environment for all care recipients and staff.
Each care recipient has a single room, spaciously set out, with ensuite facilities. We also provide palliative care and respite.
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