We offer aged care services in Ipswich, at home or centre-based, that are safe, reliable and meet your individual needs.
Your local, West Moreton, aged care provider offers:
- aged care accommodation: short-term respite care
- stay at home aged care services
- help with grocery shopping and healthy meal prepping
- participation in local Ipswich clubs and social outings
- secure dementia care
- emergency care
- and many more bespoke services tailored to your, or your loved one’s individual care needs.
Whether you wish to preserve your, or your loved one’s mental and physical health while they age, or to care for your ageing parents, our Ipswich Multi Service Centre in West Moreton provides a host of services and different levels of care tailored to meet your needs.
Try our aged care services fee-free until Nov 30!
Try our aged care services, fee-free!
Available now up until Nov 30, 2022.
Centre-based respite & social support
Accessed hourly or daily, our respite services provide social interaction for our clients, and a wellearned break for their carers. Our clients participate in social and meaningful activities, small group outings, community functions and local clubs, all tailored to meeting the interests of each individual.
We also offer our clients assistance with shopping and medication management.
Home care package
With an ACAT assessment, a package can be tailored to an individual’s specific needs. Services include:
- Clinical nursing
- Personal support
- Domestic assistance
- Medication prompts
- Meal preparation
- Social support
- General maintenance
In-home respite & personal care
We can provide a companion in the comfort of a client’s own home for a short period of time while the carer takes a well-earned break. Personal hygiene, dressing or meal preparation can also be provided by one of our highly qualified staff.
For those who qualify for services under the Commonwealth Home Support Program or Community Care Services Queensland, we can
provide basic home maintenance, ensuring a safe home environment. This may include garden care, rubbish removal and minor home repairs and maintenance.
Funded allied health services, such as at home occupational therapy, physiotherapy, podiatry and speech therapy are available to residents in the local area and aim to maintain, or restore wellness and independence.
Overnight & emergency respite
Families may access respite for up to a week. All meals and activities are provided through our Centre, and can be arranged at relatively short notice.
Carers seeking employment, volunteering or working while caring for a loved one of any age with a formal or probable diagnosis of dementia and/or neurodegenerative condition are eligible for support from Queensland Health.
We are able to provide in home support to help your loved one get ready for respite, transport to and from respite and provide person centred respite care both in centre and community setting.
Services available 6am to 8pm- Monday to Sunday. No referral required.
Carer education & support
We run Carer Support Group Meetings, offering carers a valuable way to obtain information and receive support from staff, guest speakers and other carers. We also provide library services, education and information sessions, telephone support groups and a 24-hour Dementia Help Line –1800 639 331.
We accept referrals from family or friends, medical practitioners, nurses and any other members of the community. Alzheimer’s Queensland can support you through the process to obtain a My Aged Care referral.
- Centre based care: $25 per day
- Overnight respite: $50 per night
- In-home care: $10 per hour
- Home maintenance: $20 per hour
- Allied health: $20 co-payment
Access to our services will not be determined by an inability to meet the nominated fees. Financial hardship can be discussed with our Centre’s Community Services Manager, and will be kept confidential.
Supported by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.
Visit the Department of Social Services website for more information. Although funding for this centre has been provided by the Australian Government, the material contained therein does not necessarily represent the views or policies of the Australian Government.