The Creek Centre is perfectly situated on the Western aspect of our Cherry Street grounds. The Creek Centre has been purpose built to facilitate complete social and community inclusion for people living with dementia. There are a range of rooms throughout The Creek Centre, which includes dining and sitting rooms and a large family and comfort room.
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Each spacious room provides accommodation for up to two people, and boasts quality furniture and fittings, including an electronic adjustable bed with pressure-relieving mattress, bedside table, fitted wardrobe with built-in storage above. High quality soft furnishings include curtains and bedding, and a lounge-style chair, and your private en suite includes toilet, shower, vanity and grab rails. There’s even room for your favourite chair if you prefer.
• Room size 15 m2
• Private en suite bathroom with emergency call system
• Electronic adjustable bed with pressure-relieving mattress
• High Quality furnishings with ample storage
• Ceiling and bedside lighting
• 24/7 Nurse Call System
• Individually controlled heating
• Ducted air-conditioning and ceiling fan
• Television connection
• Landline telephone connection capability
• Wi-Fi internet access
The shared lounge area includes comfortable seating, television and DVD, soft furnishings, artwork and provides access to a secure garden area.
The Creek Centre is a suitable care environment for you if you require somewhat extensive assistance, or are fully dependent, for:
• Transferring on and off your bed
• Management of food and fluids
• Assistance for all aspects of activities of daily living
Residents can choose to pay for their accommodation by a refundable deposit, a daily payment, or a combination of both.
A refundable deposit is paid as a lump sum amount. A daily payment accrues daily and is paid monthly. A daily payment drawn from a refundable deposit will accrue daily and be drawn monthly from the deposit. A combination payment includes both a partial lump sum and daily payments.
To establish the fees you may be asked to pay, your income and assets will be taken into account. You may be asked to pay one or more of the following fees:
A Basic Daily Fee
This covers living costs such as meals, power and laundry. For some people this is the only fee they are required to pay.
A Means Tested Care Fee
This is an additional contribution towards the cost of care that some people may be required to pay. The Department of Human Services will work out if you are required to pay this fee based on an assessment of your income and assets, and will advise you of the amount.
An Accommodation Payment
This is for your accommodation in the home. Some people will have their accommodation costs met in full or part by the Australian Government, while others will need to pay the accommodation price agreed with the aged care home.
The maximum accommodation payment at McLean Care CWA House is $300,000.
The interest rate used is the maximum permissible interest rate (MPIR) current at date of entry. The interest rate is 5.7% per annum.
The maximum accommodation payment can be paid as:
• A Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD) of $300,000.
• A Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP) of $46.85.
• A combination of a RAD and a DAP, for example:
• A 50 % RAD (deposit) of $150,000 plus a 50% DAP of $23.43.
• A RAD with a draw down, for example:
• A RAD of $150,000 with a monthly draw down of a $23.43 DAP with draw down amounts charged at a percentage of 5.70%p.a.
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> Accredited high standard of care
> Award winning, professional, trained staff
> All staff hold current police checks
> Non-profit organisation with no religious affiliation
> Experienced rural and regional provider
> Provide innovative, technological care solutions
At McLean Care®, the most important thing is that you are at the centre of your own care, and that you make the choices about your day-to-day living and experiences. We’re so sure you will enjoy your life with us, and all the freedoms that come with that, because we are always looking for ways to make your day - from the many social outings available, and leisure, lifestyle and wellness activities, to fun activities in the home and garden, community visitors and entertainers.
If you love being busy and involved, we’ve got so many things for you to experience. If you appreciate a bit of peace and quiet from time-to-time, then we’ve got some beautiful, tranquil spaces for you to enjoy.
Partaking in and sharing a meal is one of the most fundamental and significant influences on our everyday enjoyment of life. In the busy environment of the McLean Care® kitchen, we ensure that our staff have ready access to best practice nutrition information for all the special diet needs of our residents.
The McLean Care® hospitality team focuses on the key areas of menu planning for a balanced diet and optimal nutrition that is enjoyable, catering to individual needs, understanding swallowing difficulties and modified food textures, the dining environment and social engagement, and resident independence, oral health, and food and nutrition for those living with dementia.
Our mission is to make a meaningful and profound difference in your life every day. At our homes, we offer a comprehensive range of flexible, supported and monitored programmes, therapies, services and activities.
We will work closely with you to create health, wellness and social opportunities that can be tailored to your unique gifts, interests, and healthy living goals. However you would like us to support you, we will be guided by your aspirations and abilities to create and deliver a plan that is completely unique and individual to you, focused on your reablement and independence.
We’re here to help you every step of the way. From working out the right type of care you'll need, to guiding you through the aged care application process and working out what you can afford and what you can expect. Let’s get you started – give us a call – we’re great listeners!
Finding the right care and services is a step-by-step process. Choosing the right care can seem complicated and difficult to know where to start. That’s why we’ve put together some practical advice to guide you through the aged care process so that you can start receiving the help you need sooner.
No-one likes to think of themselves as getting ‘old’, but honestly, the sooner you start thinking about your time beyond retirement, the more choices you’ll realise you have, and the more prepared you’ll feel. It’s all about planning ahead, and making decisions about how you want to live your life so you can stay in control of your future. So, there's no time like the present