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Guide to aged care

Guide to Aged Care

We understand that making the decision to start looking for residential care is a difficult time for families. This step by step guide is designed to make this process easier and ensure you have all the information on hand to begin and make the transition to care as smooth as possible.

Choosing the right aged care facility

Finding quality aged care that you can form a trusting relationship with can be difficult. Hawthorn Grange offers a full range of care options, the environment is second to none and our staff genuine, qualified and caring. We can assess the level of care required in consultation with family and your trusted health care professionals.

We recommend a visit to Hawthorn Grange to determine the type of care needed. Please call us to ask us all your important questions and arrange an appointment on 03 9819 5423.

Affordability
"No BONDS"

At Hawthorn Grange we don't require any upfront bonds, no incomings and no RADs, just a reasonable monthly fee

Making your move

We encourage residents to bring important personal belongings with them to their new residence. As all residents have their own private room and ensuite, they can make themselves truly at home at Hawthorn Grange while enjoying the highest standards of care. When you are ready to make your move, we will be there to help at every step of the journey.

What People Say

Cynthia Holden

Hawthorn Grange is a beautiful facility with gorgeous staff and residents. It is such a comfort to us that Dad is being so well cared for and that he is always happy. Nothing is ever too much trouble for the staff

Cynthia Holden

Brandon Lodge

We were very impressed by the personal interest and kindness which all of the staff showed him. Also the staff responded so promptly to our requests and suggestions for his care.

Brandon Lodge

Darren Kerr

We were very impressed by the personal interest and kindness which all of the staff showed him. Also the staff responded so promptly to our requests and suggestions for his care.

D Kerr