To be eligible for care at our mixed care facilities you will need to be assessed by the Aged Care Assessment Service. A referral from your general practitioner will facilitate this or you can contact the Aged Care Assessment Service direct on (03) 5823 6000.
On admission to any of the residential aged care facilities at Shepparton Villages you will receive a Care & Accommodation Guide. This is a detailed booklet providing relevant information specific to that facility. Enquiries regarding our residential aged care facilities can be made through our Admissions Coordinator.
Tarcoola Village Residential Care Facilities include Acacia House, a 60 bed high care residential service, and Hakea Lodge, a 57 bed Ageing in Place residential aged care service.
This is a 60 bed nursing facility catering for people with high care needs. Accommodation at Acacia House consists of single rooms with en-suites, and a number of twin share rooms with en-suites. In addition to three main meals, morning, afternoon tea and supper are provided to residents in the dining room or their private room when appropriate.
Our qualified nurses and caring support staff provide complex nursing care and services.
Services such as hairdressing, podiatry, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, aromatherapy and diversional therapy may be provided if required. Some costs are met by the organisation, depending on the assessed level of care.
Maculata Place is a 120 bed, two storey state-of-the-art home providing residential care for the elderly of Shepparton and the Goulburn Valley. A 20 bed high care home, Bertram House, is part of Maculata Place.
Set on land adjoining Tarcoola, Maculata Place has been built to complement Shepparton Villages’ new model of care that is centred around resident choice.
The plaza areas are complete with hairdressing salon, gym, and doctors consulting suites, while the dining rooms have been designed as cafes and home style kitchens for resident and family use. Corridors have been named as streets that lead to resident homes – their rooms – each with a letter box, and doorbell for privacy.
The magnificent gardens and outdoor areas, and four internal courtyards provide plenty of choice for resident activities and outdoor living.
This is a 57-bed 'Ageing in Place' facility. Accommodation at Hakea Lodge consists of single rooms with ensuite bathrooms. Meals are served in a central dining room. In addition to three main meals, morning, afternoon tea and supper are provided. Spacious and homely lounge areas are available for use by all residents.
We provide personal care and services to residents to the level of basic nursing care. More complex nursing services are provided in our high care nursing home.
Rodney Park Village’s three residential care facilities are currently undergoing a $18.2million redevelopment. On completion of this redevelopment in 2020, the new facility will house 100 beds under the one roof, and be known as Mooroopna Place.
Residents of Grevillea Lodge have been permanently relocated to Maculata Place at Tarcoola, while the Waratah Lodge and Boronia House residents are temporarily living at Hakea Lodge, Tarcoola in Shepparton.
For all inquiries about residential care at Rodney Park, contact Helen Mathieson on (03) 58 320 800.
Kialla Gardens Village Residential Care Facilities include Banksia Lodge, a 65 bed Ageing in Place residential aged care service.
Banksia Lodge is a 65 bed Residential Aged Care Facility providing “Ageing in Place” accommodation for 62 residents and also two residents receiving respite care. The building has been designed to meet the ongoing care needs of residents who require low or high care. It is designed to enable residents to maximise their independence and reflects the cornerstone of everyday practice namely dignity, respect, privacy and choice.
Accommodation at Banksia Lodge consists of single rooms with en-suites, providing total comfort in delightfully tasteful surroundings and includes four themed garden courtyards providing a tranquil outdoor space for our residents to relax and enjoy the company of other residents and family members.
In addition to three main meals, morning, afternoon tea and supper are provided to residents in the dining rooms.