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Margaret Hubery House - Rossmoyne

Description

Margaret Hubery House is located at 36 Fifth Avenue, Shelley, WA, 6148.

Nestled within the peaceful, riverside neighbourhood of Rossmoyne, Margaret Hubery House provides accommodation and support to 65 residents. Our home is located only 500m from the Canning River and is conveniently situated near Rossmoyne Village which contains an IGA supermarket, chemist, post office, bank and café. Visitors have the convenience of onsite parking and a  local bus stop just metres from the front entrance.

This facility was opened in 2001 and is named after Margaret Hubery, who was Chairman of the Southern Cross Care (WA) Inc. Board from 1997 to 1999.  The house supports residents with high care needs and also provides short-term respite accommodation, which can be an important step in a smooth transition of a care recipient into permanent residency.

 

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Room A

Rooms 

Our well maintained single rooms are approximately 14m2 in size and feature a private ensuite. They have been designed to create a warm and homelike environment and include bedside tables, built in wardrobes and shelves. For the comfort of our residents, the bathrooms include a 3-in-1 ducted heat/light/exhaust ceiling fixture and individually-controlled reverse cycle air conditioning throughout. Nearly all the rooms feature views of the landscaped gardens or courtyards and are within close proximity to the communal areas, gardens and the nurses’ station. 

Size 

14m2

Common Areas 

There are a range of common areas which residents can access throughout Margaret Hubery House. These offer spaces to take part in activities and socialise, or simply just relax and enjoy quiet time with family and friends. Common spaces include a dining room, spacious lounge room, comfortable indoor and outdoor sitting areas and kitchen facilities. There is also a peaceful chapel which provides a place for quiet reflection, or residents can attend the regular mass services. , our home also features a sensory garden which has been designed to stimulate the senses of those living with dementia.  

Design Features 

Our home encompasses design features that are of particular benefit to residents with dementia and/or mobility challenges.  This includes wide hallways, movement sensor lighting within residents’ rooms and emergency call bells located throughout communal areas.    

Included Additional Services 

Our dedicated staff support our residents 24 hours a day through a variety of services including personal care, medication management and hotel services.  We also receive specialist support from allied health professionals.

We encourage residents to continue to use their current General Practitioner (GP) to receive ongoing quality care.  However, if your usual GP is unable to continue to provide care at Margaret Hubery House, then staff will assist you to locate another GP who regularly visits.

At Margaret Hubery House, we offer a range of daily activities such as entertainment, social activities and outings.  We also offer aromatherapy, massage, music therapy and support through our Pastoral Care Team at no extra cost.

Room B

Rooms 

Our well maintained, spacious double rooms provide approximately 10 m2 of personal space for each resident and have a shared ensuite.  They have been designed to create a warm and homelike environment and include bedside tables, built in wardrobes and shelves. For the comfort of our residents, the bathrooms include a 3-in-1 ducted heat/light/exhaust ceiling fixture and individually-controlled reverse cycle air conditioning throughout. Nearly all the rooms feature views of the landscaped gardens or courtyards and are within close proximity to the communal areas, gardens and the nurses’ station. 

Size 

10m2

Common Areas 

There are a range of common areas which residents can access throughout Margaret Hubery House. These offer spaces to take part in activities and socialise, or simply just relax and enjoy quiet time with family and friends. Common spaces include a dining room, spacious lounge room, comfortable indoor and outdoor sitting areas and kitchen facilities. There is also a peaceful chapel which provides a place for quiet reflection, or residents can attend the regular mass services. , our home also features a sensory garden which has been designed to stimulate the senses of those living with dementia.  

Design Features 

Our home encompasses design features that are of particular benefit to residents with dementia and/or mobility challenges.  This includes wide hallways, movement sensor lighting within residents’ rooms and emergency call bells located throughout communal areas.    

Included Additional Services 

Our dedicated staff support our residents 24 hours a day through a variety of services including personal care, medication management and hotel services.  We also receive specialist support from allied health professionals.

We encourage residents to continue to use their current General Practitioner (GP) to receive ongoing quality care.  However, if your usual GP is unable to continue to provide care at Margaret Hubery House, then staff will assist you to locate another GP who regularly visits.

At Margaret Hubery House, we offer a range of daily activities such as entertainment, social activities and outings.  We also offer aromatherapy, massage, music therapy and support through our Pastoral Care Team at no extra cost.

Pricing

Residential Aged Care Fees

When entering aged care, the Centrelink assessment of your assets and income determines what you may need to pay towards the cost of the accommodation and services. You may be asked to pay a basic daily fee, a means tested fee and an amount for your accommodation. The basic daily fee is to cover living expenses such as meals, power and laundry. The means tested care fee contributes to the cost of your care and you may also be asked to pay an accommodation contribution to either fully or partially cover the cost of your accommodation.

Paying for residential aged care can seem complex and we are here to help you navigate the options available to you based on your situation.

Accommodation Payment Options 

Residents have a choice on how they wish to pay for their accommodation. Residents are required to complete a Centrelink assessment which determines eligibility for Government financial assistance for their accommodation. 

  • Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD), which is an upfront amount paid by a resident for entry into residential care, or
  • Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP), which is a daily payment amount, or
  • A combination of RAD and DAP, which is where a resident makes an upfront payment of a portion of the RAD and the remainder is paid as a DAP. For illustrative purposes, this has been shown in the table below as 50% RAD and 50% DAP.


The table below shows the RAD and DAP costs as well as the figures of a 50% RAD and 50% DAP.

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Please note these figures relate to accommodation costs only.

There are a number of options or combinations in which to pay for accommodation at Margaret Hubery House. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Contact us

Phone: 1300 669 189

Emergency Number: 0439 515 835

Fax: 9282 9999

E-mail: info@scrosswa.org.au

 

 

Location 36 Fifth Avenue, Shelley, WA, 6148.