Marcus Loane House - Warriewood - NSW
In keeping with Anglicare's philosophy of providing continuing care within the village community, Marcus Loane House, on the lovely grounds of Warriewood Brook, offers residents who need a little extra care a wonderful living option.
Named in honour of the first Australian-born Archbishop of Sydney, and a member of St James Anglican Church in Turramurra, Marcus Loane House is Anglicare's newest low-care and dementia specific care facility.
Divided into seven household clusters of 17 rooms, each has its own living space, outdoor area, dining room, kitchen and laundry.
Standard low care rooms and secure dementia-specific rooms are offered, all with private en suites. Assistance is available for showering, dressing, medication supervision, nursing care and personal care needs, and staff are there 24 hours a day. All laundry services and meals, including specific dietary requirements are looked after and emergency call buttons are provided in all rooms and bathrooms.
All residents have access to a library, hairdresser, cafe, community room, mobile library, physiotherapy and podiatry. A dedicated diversional therapist ensures there’s a range of activities and fun available. There’s an on-site chaplain and pastoral care workers to provide spiritual guidance and support.
Anglicare's residential aged care facilities are designed to encourage independence, while supporting those who need assistance in a particular area. Talk to us about any questions you may have.
To be eligible for accommodation, all potential residents must be assessed by the Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) and be deemed to be in need of assisted living care.
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Anglicare 1300 111 278
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