Geegeelup Aged Care Facility is a proud West Australian, not-for-profit, permanent residential aged care facility. We offer an unwavering commitment to provide the community with the best in residential aged care services.

Being an Australian Government approved, residential aged care facility, you can feel secure in the knowledge that the Australian Government regulates Geegeelup Aged Care Facility standards and level of care

Geegeelup Aged Care Facility is an accredited facility.

The facility has 16 single rooms with private ensuites. A large dining, communal sitting and lounge area, adjacent to a large, well equipped kitchen. From this, there is a large outdoor sitting area surrounded by gardens. There is a laundry; a treatment room; and a smaller communal sunroom used by visiting health and well being professionals, for activities and booked family gatherings.

Care recipients are encouraged to continue their independence and to enjoy visits from family and friends in our relaxed atmosphere. Geegeelup Aged Care Facility management and staff are proud of our beautiful environment and the high standard of care provided to our Care recipients.

ACTIVITIES & THERAPY PROGRAMS

Occupational Therapy and social activities are co-ordinated by the Manager/Occupational Therapist and occur daily.

These activities are based on care recipients’ preferences and cover a wide variety of interest/leisure pursuits & complimentary therapies.

Monthly events programs and weekly planners are available on the pin-up-board or for care recipients who wish to have them.

Therapy programs include occupational and physiotherapy based group/individual programs designed to optimise functional abilities, as assessed by the Occupational Therapist and Physiotherapist.

COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES

The facility will also assist care recipients in accessing complementary therapies – Holistic therapies which are used in conjunction with, or in place of, orthodox medicine (e.g. Therapeutic Touch, Aromatherapy, Acupuncture, Hydrotherapy, Reflexology, etc) as requested by the care recipient, in consultation with their Doctor (where appropriate). Information can be provided on such services and assistance with arranging appointments is available as required.