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Find an aged care home

Enter your suburb to find Blue Care Aged Care Home services near you.

Our welcoming purpose-built residences make you feel right at home. Find your local Blue Care aged care home and contact us to book a tour.

Blue Care’s aged care homes difference

Blue Care is an industry leader in aged care services, delivering high quality and compassionate care and support.

We support our multidisciplinary and experienced team members to be the best they can be, which is simple given the commitment and motivation they already have to go above and beyond to provide exceptional care.

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Quick answers for Aged Care Homes

  • Can I personalise my room?

    Of course, it’s your room. Personalising your room is important. The only consideration we need to make is that your room is as safe as possible for you and our team members.

    We want you to make your room your own. We encourage you to bring personal items -photographs, bedspreads, ornaments and vases. We can hang photographs or pictures and make alterations to your room that are important to you, like painting the walls, if you would like.

  • What meals are provided?

    We provide all meals as well as morning and afternoon tea and supper. These meals include fresh fruit and fruit juice.

    Our care team will discuss your dietary requirements and personal preferences when you arrive, and when they change. A choice of nutritious home-style meals is offered each day.

    Menus are reviewed regularly in consultation with residents and a dietician to ensure they reflect our residents’ tastes.

    Your family and friends are welcome to join you for a meal at any time. We just need to let the kitchen know ahead of time and there may be a small fee to cover the cost. You can also make a tea or coffee whenever you like in your Blue Care home.

  • Who will be in my support team?

    Your support team may include registered nurses as well as enrolled nurses, assistant nurses, personal carers, diversional therapists and activity officers, allied health professionals (e.g. speech pathologists, occupational therapists), chaplains and volunteers. We’ll always involve you in the assessment and ongoing planning of the care and support you need.

    If you’re finding things challenging, trained members of your support team can provide emotional support through this time. A member of the team is always available if emergency assistance is required.

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