Windsor Aged Care Services joined AQ in late 2012. This 61-bed home offers “Ageing in Place” across its two traditionally-designed buildings, called ‘Palmer’ and ‘Thorne’.
Windsor offers a range of accommodation options, comprising single or shared bedrooms with ensuites. Windsor’s open plan heightens residents physical and visual access, thereby optimising their daily living experience, promoting independence and mirroring home life.
Both Thorne and Palmer cottages have sun-protected outdoor entertainment areas for eating, relaxing or connecting with the outdoors. Furthermore, our purpose-designed raised garden beds, chicken coup and butterfly house allow our residents families, particularly their grandchildren, to enjoy spending time with them in the gardens.
At Windsor, all meals are freshly prepared on site every day, creating an environment reminiscent of home life.
Our unique lifestyle program at Windsor offers our residents a range of group and individual activities, including cooking, music programs, art appreciation, art classes, and flexibility and fitness sessions. Wellness and enablement at Windsor is also reinforced through resident access to a range of specialists, including a geriatrician, physiotherapist, speech pathologist, occupational therapist and podiatrist.
All Windsor residents benefit from our staff’s knowledge, skills and expertise in dementia care. Our staff undergo regular training in dementia care to hone their skills, and continue to provide our residents with optimal care aligned with our underlying philosophy based on valuing the individual choices made by our residents.
Furthermore, as a nursing home caring for those living with dementia, Windsor has 24-hour registered nurse on site to support the complex care and medical needs of residents requiring a higher level of care.
Windsor shared rooms:
maximum refundable accommodation deposit (RAD) of $320,000 or maximum daily payments (DAP) of $35.16, or combination of both, for example:
RAD of $160,000 and DAP $17.58
Windsor single rooms:
maximum refundable accommodation deposit (RAD) of $350,000 or (DAP) $38.45, or a combination of both, for example:
(RAD) $175,000 and (DAP) $19.23
Please note an assessment from the Aged Care Assessment Team is required as well as an Assets and Income assessment by the Department of Human Services. For further information regarding these assessments, please contact My Aged Care on 1800 200 422 or visit www.myagedcare.gov.au.
Figures based on MPIR as at 4.01% from 01/04/2021