Palms Retirement Village

Experienced aged care providers

Your security and wellbeing are our priority.

Each unit has a call system providing a fast emergency response from either the Rest Home or Hospital 24/7 . Wireless pendants can be provided on request.

This is a security gated and video monitored facility.
Full “wrap around “services including meals, medications and housekeeping are available if required on a permanent or casual basis.

A nurturing, caring and homely village where residents can be as involved in the community activities as they wish.
Priority access to the Rest Home and Hospital should a continuum of care become necessary.

Inspection is welcomed. We would be delighted to show you around our facility and answer any questions you may have.
Any inspection will be absolutely obligation free

After several falls, which required hospital stay, I was encouraged by my daughter and decided to sell my unit and apply for full care at the Palms Rest Home. Like most people of my age, I found it difficult to ‘give up’ my home and belongings. I wondered how I would adjust to economical living. I am pleased to say after eighteen months at the rest home I am so glad I came here,(so is my daughter!)The staff carers, cleaners, and cooks are all so helpful and cheerful! Donna (our entertainment organiser) helps to keep us stimulated and as active as we can be. Verna is our gardener and a very talented ‘Mrs Fix It.’ She can ‘turn her hand’ to anything! If a ligh bulb goes out, it is replaced in ‘no time.’ What a help for our ‘poor old joints.’ She is a whizz with walkers too. We are also fortunate to have our washing collected everyday, washed ironed and back in our room on the same day. Just don’t forget to mark your name on it! Palms is a home, not a hotel. It is where we can feel at home. Mrs Rees (Jane) makes cakes, muffins etc with us on a Monday morning upstairs where we all drink from fine china cups! Yes! These kind of things ‘lift the spirit’ and we all appreciate the effort that she makes. Thank you Jane and God Bless you – from all ‘the residents.’

Pat Whittley