With over a centenary of care, John Goodlet Manor at Queen Victoria Park is the “grand dame” of Picton – and with a warm and caring heart.
Queen Victoria Park is a living community for 102 residents who require low or high level care services. Qualified nursing staff are available 24 hours a day providing a safe and secure environment. The home offers medical/rehabilitative care, restorative care and dementia care.
Through diversional therapy programs, residents participate in exercises, games, discussions and fellowship activities. Our research shows that quality of life is not only about receiving the right kind of care but is also about involvement and autonomy.
Our person-centred approach is to provide assistance that promotes and supports independence.
Your new home awaits you at John Goodlet Manor
Residents live in single or shared rooms and 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 areas of interest.
Nursing home features
- Large home (102 beds)
- Specialist services: Occupational therapy, pathology, podiatry, dietitian, speech therapy, psychology
Types of care
- Residential aged care