Care Options

Take the time to consider all options and ensure that you are confident in the decision you make

As we grow older, we may find that we need more help with day-to-day tasks because of an illness, a disability, an emergency, because of loneliness or for a variety of other reasons and sometimes the best way to receive help and support can be by living in an Aged Care Home, receiving assistance by way of a Home Care Package, attending a Day Club or moving into a Retirement Village. The Aged Care System in Australia aims to make sure that all older people receive support and quality care when they need it. Below are links to information about the services and care UPA of New South Wales can provide:

 

Choosing A Care Home

The care home that you select must treat you or your loved one with kindness, caring and respect.

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Day Clubs

Our Day Clubs provide wonderful opportunities for the elderly to develop and maintain social contact.

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Dementia Specific Care

UPA develop a care and support plan that enhances the residents quality of life.

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Fees & Charges

The Commonwealth Government of Australia regulates the fees payable by a resident in an aged care facility.

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FAQs

Click here to read a list of common questions to consider when seeking an aged care home.

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Home Care Services

You can choose the services and support you need to remain independent and in your own home.

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Residential Care

UPA offer various Residential Care options, depending on the needs of the individual.

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Residential Respite

Having a break from the caring role can help relieve stress and allow both the carer and loved one to recharge.

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Retirement Villages

UPA’s Retirement Villages offer a wide range of accommodation options, services and facilities.

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Serviced Apartments

Many UPA Villages offer serviced apartment accommodation within their safe and secure villages.

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