TEMPLESTOWE LOWER VIC
Mercy Aged and Community Care Ltd
as at December 2021
Do you have an elderly loved one who needs respite care, convalescent care or permanent placement at Mercy Place Templestowe or another aged care facility in the TEMPLESTOWE LOWER 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 Mercy Place Templestowe.
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.
Mercy Place Templestowe is a relaxed, suburban home with a truly country feel. Set among lush gardens with abundant fruit trees, raised vegetable gardens and inviting courtyards, the home is a sanctuary for residents, friends and family. Maintaining meaningful relationships and building new ones is an important aspect of the model of care, and you’ll enjoy welcoming your community home for conversations by the fire or a BBQ under the gazebo.
The residents value the connection with nature, with the produce from the gardens featuring in the delicious meals, all of which are freshly cooked on site. Mercy Place Templestowe offer a range of activities and the opportunity to try your hand at something new, or simply relax in the cosy lounge or community rooms.
16 Herlihys Road , TEMPLESTOWE LOWER , 3107, VIC
Provider: Mercy Aged and Community Care Ltd
Mercy Place Templestowe
Accreditation Status: Accreditation Report
Source: Aged Care Quality Agency
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