Resthaven Western Community Services

Part of Resthaven Incorporated

Resthaven Western Community Services offer in-home support services, exercise and social groups for older people in the western suburbs. Carer respite is provided, one to one in the person’s home, and through small groups at Regency Cottage.

Resthaven offers a wide range of flexible services so that you are able to live independently at home.

Support is delivered in your home by trained Resthaven home support workers, or at the Resthaven Western Community Services site.

You may choose to receive support with household tasks, home maintenance, shopping, social activities, keeping healthy, personal care and nursing care.

To help you stay living at home longer, Resthaven’s Home Care Packages provide in-home assistance and support.

Services are delivered using a Consumer Directed Care (CDC) approach, giving you choice and flexibility in the way you receive your services.

Resthaven’s trained staff deliver services in a way that supports and respects your choices, independence, and privacy, providing peace of mind.

Other services offered at Resthaven Western Community Services include:

  • Private home care services
  • Home Care Packages
  • Home Support Services
  • Nursing
  • Rehabilitation and therapy
  • Respite
  • Social engagement

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Poppy Power! 200 Knitted Poppies and Counting

on Monday, October 12, 2020

The Resthaven Western Community Services social group is putting their formidable knitting skills into action, creating more than 200 knitted poppies to distribute to friends on Remembrance Day – and they’re still going! 

‘Tree of Hope’ at Resthaven Western Community Services

on Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Clients of Resthaven Western Community Services at 96 Woodville Road, Woodville, have created a ‘Tree of Hope’ during their Wednesday Social Group, depicting positive images to remember in these challenging times.

Resthaven Social Group Brings Kevin Back to Health

on Monday, February 24, 2020

Two years ago, Mr Kevin Rawlins almost died. "My wife had passed away in 2016, I was all alone," he says. "Then I had a massive heart attack, and ended up in the hospital for four months."

"I could barely move, let alone walk," he says. "I didn’t want to face another day."

‘Friendship Scarves’ Keep out the Cold

on Friday, August 23, 2019

Resthaven Western Community Services Regency Cottage guests are keeping out the cold by knitting colourful ‘friendship scarves’ together during their respite stays.

Harmony Day Out West

on Wednesday, May 1, 2019

The team at Resthaven Western Community Services fully embraced Harmony Day in March, enjoying a day of celebrations. 

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