Meath Care offers a range of residential care options and services at both our Kingsley and Como facilities to meet the immediate and changing needs of residents. All rooms at Meath Care boast a spacious single bedroom with an attached private en-suite bathroom. Residents are encouraged to add additional furnishings to enhance the surroundings to their personal taste and to create a home-like atmosphere.
Our dedicated staff support our residents and provide individual care and assistance through a variety of services including personal and clinical care. Individualised care needs are assessed and quality care is provided under the leadership of a professional clinical team.
Meath Care caters for ageing in place and dementia-specific secure needs, allowing residents to remain with us as they transition through the stages of ageing. Respite Care is also available for short stay periods. This service assists carers in having a break from looking after a loved one and recharging their batteries.
Convalescent care is available at our Michael Lee Centre Como, subject to eligibility through the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
The management and staff endeavour to create a caring, positive and interactive community for all older people.
Applying for Residential Care
To apply for residency at Meath Care applicants need to:
- Download and complete the Application for Admission form.
- Provide a completed and current ACAT assessment.
- Provide a completed and current Centrelink or Dept of Veterans Affairs Assets and Income Assessment.
It is recommended that applicants read the booklet “Steps to Enter an Aged Care Home” published by the Department of Health.
Please refer to accommodation pricing for further details.
Our Admissions Coordinator is happy to provide tours of the centre (by appointment only). To book an appointment please contact us.
Both centres are fully accredited for 3 years with the Australian Aged Care Quality Agency (AACQA)
Meals and Food
At Meath Care (Inc) we understand the importance of and are committed to ensuring food safety. Our Como and Kingsley centres are fully certified to HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) under the Australia New Zealand food safety standards for serving food to vulnerable people.
Meath Care (Inc) is committed to continually striving to deliver the very best services to our residents. We value your feedback as this ultimately assists us to ensure we are delivering the best level of service we can. Suggestions for improvement may be made either verbally to a staff member or via the completion of our Compliments or Complaints Forms, located at reception or below:
Forms can be returned to reception or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org