TLC Aged Care - Homewood

Aged Care

Hallam Ref:PL28108

180

Beds

180

Dwellings

8 Young Rd, Hallam, 3803, VIC Directions

0498058957

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Quick Facts

Number of Dwellings

N/A

Number of Beds

180

Min. Aged Care Price

$0.00

Max. Aged Care Price

$0.00

RAD

0

DAP

0

Snapshot

Year Established

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Type of Beds

Low Care

Independence
  • Built-in emergency aid
Level of Support
  • Visiting Medical Services
  • Onsite Nursing
  • Gym, Rehab or Wellness Centre
  • 24hr Onsite Staff
  • Personal Care Internal
  • Podiatry
  • Physiotherapy
Management
  • On-site manager
  • CCTV security
Amenities
  • Pay TV
  • Cafe on-site
  • Beauty Salon
  • Community TV
  • High-speed broadband
Recreational Facilities
  • Cinema
  • Gymnasium
  • BBQ area/s
  • Library
  • Indoor heated pool
  • Residents lounge
  • Computer room
Type of Beds

Supported Living

0

Low Care

180

High Care

0

Transitional Care

0

Respite Care

0

Day Care

0

Dementia

0

Secure Dementia

0

Prestige Care

0

Ageing in Place

0

Location

TLC Aged Care - Homewood

8 Young Rd, Hallam, 3803, VIC

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About

TLC Aged Care - Homewood

Located in the south-eastern Melbourne of Hallam, Homewood is a stylish and modern home that offers a unique range of services and facilities. Homewood offers luxury accommodation, dining and relaxation options, a state-of-the-art gym and hydrotherapy pool, virtual reality cinema, and an on-site medical centre - giving you and your family peace of mind.

The design and layout of Homewood is bright and airy, providing high calibre care in a contemporary setting. A choice of outdoor areas, combined with open living spaces, gives our home an inviting and sociable atmosphere. You and your family are also welcome to enjoy the sunny courtyards, private dining room and BBQ facilities.

The range of facilities available throughout the home makes Homewood a unique place to live. Located in our reception area, our fully-equipped café is the perfect setting to enjoy a complimentary coffee with your guests. You can also entertain family and friends in the luxury surrounding of our private dining rooms. The team in our hair salon is here to make sure you are always looking your best and our state-of-the-art gym and hydrotherapy pool is a great place to work on your strength and agility.

At Homewood, we take pride in offering our residents a lifestyle that is supportive of their care requirements, whilst promoting independence and dignity. Our care team incorporates on-site general practitioners, registered nurses on duty 24-hours a day, physiotherapists, dietitians, podiatrists, personal carers and wellbeing coordinators. Together with you, our professional team will develop a care plan specifically tailored to your needs and personal preferences.

In our specially designed memory support environment, our highly trained team applies an innovative approach to meeting the needs of people living with dementia. Homewood also offers respite care as an alternative to full-time residential care.

Our Resident Liaison is available on 0498 058 957 to discuss your individual needs and to provide you with a tour of our home.

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A special thanks to our contributors

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Caroline Egan

DCM Media, agedcare101

Caroline has a wealth of experience writing within the retirement and aged care sector and is a contributing journalist for the Villages.com.au and agedcare101 blog and accompanying newsletters.

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Ian Horswill

Journalist

Ian is a journalist, writer and sub-editor for the aged care sector, working at The DCM Group. He writes for The Weekly Source, agedcare101, villages.com.au and the DCM Institute fortnightly newsletter Friday. Ian is in daily contact with CEOs of retirement living, land lease and the aged care operations and makes a new contact every week. He investigates media releases, LinkedIn and Facebook for a good source for ideas for stories.

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Lauren Broomham

Retirement and Aged Care Journalist

Lauren is a journalist for villages.com.au, agedcare101 and The Donaldson Sisters. Growing up in a big family in small town communities, she has always had a love for the written word, joining her local library at the age of six months. With over eight years' experience in writing and editing, she is a keen follower of news and current affairs with a nose for a good story.

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Jill Donaldson

Physiotherapist

Jill has been practicing as a clinical physiotherapist for 30 years. For the last 13 years she has worked solely in the Aged Care sector in more than 50 metropolitan and regional facilities. Jill has also toured care facilities in the US and Africa and is a passionate advocate for both the residents in aged care and the staff who care for them. She researches and writes for DCM Media.

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Chris Baynes

DCM Media, agedcare101

Chris has been a journalist and publisher in the retirement village and aged care sectors for 11 years. He has visited over 250 retirement villages and 50 aged care facilities both within Australia and internationally. Chris is a regular speaker at industry conferences plus is a frequent radio commentator.

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Annie Donaldson

Nurse and Carer

Annie has a long career in both nursing and the media. She has planned and co-ordinated the medical support from both international TV productions and major stadium events. In recent years she has been a primary family carer plus involved in structured carer support.