Bill McKenzie Gardens is a living community for 137 seniors who are provided with residential care or nursing home services.
There is around-the-clock influence of registered nurses and care assistants. Bill McKenzie Gardens is designed for people who need medical/rehabilitative care, restorative care, dementia care as well as those living with mental health issues.
The type and amount of care a person receives is dependent on what is needed to maintain his or her lifestyle and includes assistance with basic activities of daily living (eating, bathing and grooming, toilet help, dressing, transport, etc.) in which a resident may require help or supervision. Skilled Care is provided for those who need medical or nursing care or rehabilitative services for the rehabilitation of injured, disabled or sick persons. Specialist dementia care accommodation gives residents the best quality life in a safe and supportive environment.
Our Lifestyle Activities include gentle exercise, art therapy, music, craft, movies and more as well as church services and a regular ‘happy hour’. A village bus also takes residents for regular social outings to local places of interest.
Your new home awaits you at Bill McKenzie Gardens.
Accommodation comprises a bed/sitting room with private ensuite, heating and emergency call button. The home features share community rooms for planned daily activities, socials and dining. Meals are prepared based on individual dietary needs. The living spaces include wide halls, lounges, reminiscence centres and nurse care areas.
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Nursing home features
- Large home (137 beds)
- Specialist services: Occupational therapy, pathology, physiotherapist, podiatry, dental, hearing, dietitian, speech therapy, psychologist services available
Types of care
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