Living at Argyle Court
Nestled in the bayside suburb of Chelsea just moments from Bicentennial Park is our 45-bed, award winning, ageing-in-place home, Argyle Court. Argyle Court is a friendly, homely establishment where residents, staff and visitors mingle, form friendships and enjoy close ties with the local community. We have private, secure outdoor areas where residents can sit and relax, play put-put golf, garden, watch children play in the new play area or talk a walk on the exercise path that winds around the building.
Argyle Court features Home2Home, Lifeview's small house model of care. Home2Home is a relationship-based model, where multi-skilled staff (housemates), work with the same group of residents, all the time. Home2Home enables staff to spend more meaningful time within their household, creating better continuity of care and building on already established relationships. Home2Home also enables residents to remain as independent as they wish, rise when they like, eat meals a time that suits them and part-take in activities of their choosing.
All Lifeview homes are Rainbow Tick accredited and pet friendly.
Rooms are light and spacious, and residents are encouraged to add personal touches with mementos, photos or furnishings. Argyle Court’s rooms feature an ensuite bathroom, built in wardrobes with a lockable cupboard, flat screen tv with Foxtel, ceiling fan and hydronic heating. There is a Registered Nurse on call around the clock, a fun loving and approachable manager, dedicated team of housemates and an energetic social support team to enable resident needs.
Argyle Court has an informal, intimate atmosphere where families are very involved with day-to-day life. We promote interaction, friendship and laughter whilst providing a comfortable lifestyle. Respite stays are welcome.
Live life to the fullest
Argyle Court has a friendly, homely vibe with plenty of activities on offer through Lifeview’s Horizon Happenings program. Residents enjoy daily activities such as golf, bowls, billiards, darts, bocce, ten pin bowling, skittles, bingo, card games, art classes, Tai Chi and yoga to name a few. There are also enthusiastic knitting and quilting groups, walking groups and regular outings to local shopping centres via our Lifeview Bus. Keeping up community connections and discovering new possibilities is a big focus at Lifeview.
The Monthly Horizon Happenings calendar provides a variety of special events and entertainment so there is something happening for everyone. Themed events like a Masquerade Ball, Valentine's Day, and IDAHOT Day are specially celebrated at Argyle Court. Any reason to have a party, get dressed up, decorate and have fun, we’re living it.
Our people are your people
Every staff member at Lifeview is carefully selected, not just to make sure they’re suitably qualified for the role, but to also ensure they’re the right cultural fit in meeting our L.I.F.E. Principles. Lifeview staff attend regular conferences and seminars to keep abreast of industry developments, and advances in aged care. They’re committed to making sure residents live life to the fullest and all it has to offer through a high standard of care and personal service. That’s the Lifeview difference.
Your dining experience
The menu changes seasonally based on information gathered from the resident food committees and through surveys. Our Chefs create tasty, freshly prepared meals each day and cater for special dietary requirements, and personal preferences. Each day starts with a continental breakfast buffet served over a two-hour period, so residents can rise at their leisure.
Services including physiotherapy, dental, podiatry, hairdressing, beauty, dietetics, a choice of doctors and ministers of religion - all visit residents in the comfort of their home. Newspapers and magazines are also delivered daily to the home.
Lifeview Argyle Court is Rainbow Tick accredited, therefore LGBTIQ friendly for residents, staff, volunteers and families.
Nursing home features
Types of care
Additional details: Specialty Memory Support Program featuring The Virtual Forest and A Better Visit app for those living with dementia; Rainbow Tick accredited; award winning Art Therapy Program; Resident Food Appreciation Program