Royal Freemasons Ltd
as at December 2021
Do you have an elderly loved one who needs respite care, convalescent care or permanent placement at Elizabeth Gardens Burwood or another aged care facility in the BURWOOD 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 Elizabeth Gardens Burwood.
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 bustling Burwood shopping strip intersecting Toorak and Burwood Roads is nearby with the property bordering Warrigal Road. This provides the convenience of shopping and easy public transport connections, including the tramline to the city. Elizabeth Gardens is an Ageing in Place residence, with 38 private low care bedrooms, each with en-suite and sitting area. It also has 12 single high care bedrooms with en-suite and 9 high care twin rooms with shared facilities.
Every resident has a specially tailored care plan taking into consideration a wide range of medical, clinical and lifestyle requirements. The residence offers a calm, friendly atmosphere. Its excellent location also provides easy access to nearby Gardiners Creek Trail and parklands car parking, only five minutes by car from Elizabeth Gardens. Elizabeth Gardens delivers the commitment to care, excellence and choice that has earned the Royal Freemasons an enviable reputation for providing modern, comfortable accommodation with a wide range of professional services and resources available on-site.
All low care residents at Elizabeth Gardens are accommodated in single, private rooms, with en-suite and sitting areas. Twin and single high care rooms are available. All rooms have a garden view and are furnished with fully adjustable electric beds, wardrobes, bedside tables and overbed tables. Residents are encouraged to bring items of sentimental value, artwork, TV, chair or a favourite piece of furniture to help them feel comfortable in their new home.
Other services and amenities offered by Elizabeth Gardens include:
SHARED ROOM - 2 BED. Heritage room with shared ensuite. The Heritage rooms are shared, fully furnished rooms that include a recliner chair, central heating and cooling and an outward opening window for fresh air and a flat screen TV. Each resident has a wardrobe and the spacious bathroom has functional fittings and individual cupboard for resident toiletries. Room size 20.1 sqm.
SINGLE ROOM Classic room with shared ensuite. The Classic rooms are standard, fully furnished, single rooms that include a recliner chair, hydronic heating, split system air-conditioning and an outward opening window for fresh air. Each room has a double wardrobe with slide out drawers inside. The room size is 15.4 sqm.
SINGLE ROOM Regent room with private ensuite. The Regent rooms are large, fully furnished, single rooms with a private or shared ensuite. Rooms include a recliner chair, hydronic heating, split system air-conditioning and an outward opening window for fresh air. A double wardrobe with slide out drawers is also provided and the spacious bathroom has functional fittings and a cupboard for resident toiletries. Room size is 18.2 sqm.
2 Elizabeth Street , BURWOOD , 3125, VIC
Provider: Royal Freemasons Ltd
Elizabeth Gardens Burwood
Accreditation Status: Accreditation Report
Source: Aged Care Quality Agency
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