Villa Maria Catholic Homes Limited
as at November 2021
Do you have an elderly loved one who needs respite care, convalescent care or permanent placement at Villa Maria Catholic Homes Corpus Christi Aged Care Residence or another aged care facility in the CLAYTON 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 Villa Maria Catholic Homes Corpus Christi Aged Care Residence.
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.
RAD $350,000 - $550,000
Ageing in place, Dementia High Care (Integrated), Dementia Support, Secure Dementia, Permanent, Respite, Motor Neurone Disease (MND), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Peg feeds, Peri Dialysis, Power wheelchair.
Support for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Support for people who are financially or socially disadvantaged.
Support for ATSI cultural needs.
In response to the COVID 19 pandemic, VMCH maintains daily reviews on visiting restrictions to all Residential Aged Care Facilities.
New Admissions and families wishing to take a tour of the residence may do so by appointment, at the discretion of the Facility Manager.
All VMCH Residences cater for NDIS eligible clients.
80 Clayton Road , CLAYTON , 3168, VIC
Provider: Villa Maria Catholic Homes Limited
Villa Maria Catholic Homes Corpus Christi Aged Care Residence
Accreditation Status: Accreditation Report
Source: Aged Care Quality Agency
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