You’ll find Bethanie Joondanna to be a very well planned and integrated retirement complex. It is situated in a very attractive garden setting, making the lifestyle pleasant, welcoming and inspiring.
There are two kinds of living facilities at Joondanna Village. We offer accommodation in self care units, and we operate two houses here.
Bethanie Joondanna’s location adds to its unique lifestyle. Located in Perth’s northern corridor, it’s just a short walk from the Dog Swamp and Flinders Square Shopping Centres. This makes for very convenient and easy living, in touch with local community facilities.
The garden setting creates plenty of opportunity for residents to enjoy fresh air, outdoor strolls, and the benefits of an attractive environment. Socialising and meeting friends this way comes naturally.
Together with quality accommodation, residents have access to community and health care facilities here. This gives the peace of mind for a comfortable and secure retirement lifestyle.
There are two facilities on the Joondanna Village site: Edinboro House and Osborne House. Bethanie Joondanna cater especially for residents who require support on a daily basis. It’s good to know that assistance is available 24 hours a day here.
Edinboro House offers 24 single rooms, each with bed, wardrobe, ensuite bathroom and kitchenette. Osborne House offers these same amenities for 35 people. Here we cater for couples as well. In each building there is a respite room which is available on a limited basis for families or carers.
Residents are well supported in their living with a range of services provided. These include personal daily care by experienced staff, along with medication requirements and any necessary health treatments. All room cleaning and laundry is taken care of too.
Bethanie and UWA Teaching Nursing Home Projects
Bethanie is pleased to be working in collaboration with the University of Western Australia on a very valuable project.
Bethanie has provided an unoccupied space in the Joondanna Nursing Home. This has been refurbished to create a clinical learning environment, which will help in the education and training of health professional students, including medicine and nursing students.
The project is being led by UWA’s Nursing at the School of Population Health (within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences). Other project partners include Central Institute of Technology and West Coast Institute of Training. The project is supported by the Aged Care Association Australia WA.
To learn more, visit the University of Western Australia’s website.
Did you know
Bethanie Joondanna also offers a retirement village. For details, click here.
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Aged Care Category: Aged Care Homes