Allity Pty Ltd
as at October 2021
Do you have an elderly loved one who needs respite care, convalescent care or permanent placement at Keperra Sanctuary Hostel or another aged care facility in the KEPERRA area ?
Preferably with an accommodation payment (RAD / DAP), and any additional service fees, within your budget ?
We have been placing residents into residential aged care since 2002, and have detailed knowledge and experience to help you with this important decision about Keperra Sanctuary Hostel.
Don't be too hasty and make easy mistakes. Access our knowledge and experience prior to making a decision which will have a major impact on your elderly loved one.
The home provides all levels of permanent and respite care with the choice of single or couples rooms. All air-conditioned apartments are spaciously appointed with ensuites and kitchenettes. Private patios surround the building enabling residents to enjoy fresh air at their leisure.
At Keperra Sanctuary, they adopt a holistic and personalised approach to caring for the residents. Encouraging family and friends to be involved in activities is an important part of the lifestyle philosophy in making every day the best it can be for the residents.
In choosing Keperra Sanctuary as your new home, it is an active community that understands the importance of companionship, values and encourages independence while ensuring support is on hand at all times.
998 Samford Road , KEPERRA , 4054, QLD
Category: Private Incorporated Body
Provider: Allity Pty Ltd
Keperra Sanctuary Hostel
Accreditation Status: Accreditation Report
Source: Aged Care Quality Agency
The Maximum Permissible Interest Rate (MPIR) will be reducing to 4.01% pa from 1st October 2021
The Commonwealth government was warned in March 2020 it needed a system to track Covid vaccinations in the aged care workforce. but multiple approaches from an established provider were ignored. pic.twitter.com/JxUg3YQcSS— nursinghomesaust (@nursinghomesau1) June 15, 2021
We support mandatory vaccination of aged care workers. The panel of chief health officers, the AHPPC, is currently reviewing the need for a mandatory requirement for aged care workers to be vaccinated. pic.twitter.com/r22qxScVcq— nursinghomesaust (@nursinghomesau1) June 15, 2021