Uniting Westmead


The Uniting Church in Australia Property Trust (NSW)

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Uniting Westmead - 1 Caroline Street WESTMEAD NSW 2145


1 Caroline Street , WESTMEAD , 2145, NSW

Beds: 114

Category: Religious

Provider: The Uniting Church in Australia Property Trust (NSW)

Uniting Westmead
Accreditation Status: Accreditation Report
Source: Aged Care Quality Agency

Uniting Westmead

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In the heart of Western Sydney, Uniting Westmead brings together retirement living, in-home care services, assisted living options, residential aged care, an early learning centre and senior's gym. All located on one convenient campus that’s now open.


A place to call "My Home"

Uniting Westmead residential aged care is specially designed to make 114 residents feel right at home.

Uniting Westmead offers six customised households, each with private bedrooms and ensuites for 19 residents, plus plenty of shared living space, cosy sitting rooms, and a generous communal kitchen.

And with a dedicated care team for each household, you’ll have 24/7 support that’s tailored to your needs.

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What benefits will an Aged Care Placement service provide to you?

The benefits of using an aged care placement service include:

  • Guidance and support - An aged care placement service can provide expert guidance and support to help older adults and their families navigate the complex and often overwhelming process of finding and selecting appropriate long-term care options.

  • Access to information - These services often have access to a wide range of information on available care options, including details on services, amenities, and costs.

  • Advocacy - Aged care placement services can act as an advocate for older adults and their families, helping them to navigate the application and admissions process, and ensuring that their rights and preferences are respected.

  • Coordination - They can help with coordinating the transition to a new care setting, including arranging for necessary medical evaluations, transferring personal belongings, and helping with other logistics.

  • Time-saving - They can save a lot of time and effort for the older adults and their families in finding and selecting the appropriate care options.

  • Cost-effective - It can be cost-effective as some agencies may have a contract with facilities to offer discounted rates.

  • Tailored solutions - They can provide tailored solutions to the unique needs of older adults and their families.

MPIR increased to 8.36%

From 1st July 2024, the Maximum Permissible Interest Rate (MPIR) has increased to 8.36%

This small increase is due to the RBA's decision to maintain the benchmark rate for the past few months.

Some economists predict a benchmark rate cut before Christmas 2024, suggesting that the MPIR has peaked and may start to reduce.

Learn about RAD, DAP and MPIR ...

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Simple RAD to DAP Conversion

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        Lump Sum of RAD Paid : $

DAP :$20.20 pd

Interest rate (MPIR) is: 8.36%pa
(effective 1/07/2024)