Bupa Aged Care Glenvale is a modern residential aged care home built in 2012 on two hectares of land, set in a quiet suburb just 5kms west of the Toowoomba town centre.
Outdoors, Bupa Aged Care Glenvale features beautiful landscaped courtyards and gardens for residents to enjoy. There is a pergola which is perfect for entertaining family and friends and the dementia community has its own simple and secure garden for residents to relax in.
Inside Bupa Aged Care Glenvale has a delightful range of communal areas, activity rooms and quiet rooms. These are all complete with stylish, warm decorations and large windows to bring in lots of natural light. There is also have a café and chapel room if residents would prefer some spiritual time and also an on-site hair salon.
Bupa Aged Care Glenvale provides residents with a fresh and seasonal menu and a choice of cuisine at every meal with the help of a qualified dietician. Residents can choose to eat in one of the elegant dining rooms or in the comfort of their own room.
Bupa Aged Care Glenvale’s passionate lifestyle team are committed to providing residents with a range of activities to get involved with. Some activities include: cognitive activities including puzzles, cultural and spiritual activities, in-home concerts, day trips and movies.
SINGLE ROOM Premium room with private ensuite and high quality furnishings including an adjustable bed, arm chair, bedside table, over-the-bed table, flat screen TV, air conditioning, fan and storage of a wardrobe and drawers. Soft furnishings include curtains, blinds and bedding. 17m2.
SINGLE ROOM Superior room with private ensuite. The private ensuite consists of toilet, wash basin, shower, vanity cabinet and mirror. Residential amenities include access to a registered nurse 24 hours a day, and an easy-to-use nurse call system. 15m2.
SINGLE ROOM Classic room with private ensuite. The common features at Bupa Glenvale includes dementia private garden, pergola, freshly prepared meals, cafe, chapel room, Hair salon, On-site GP, comfortable living areas and quiet rooms.
SINGLE ROOM Classic room with shared ensuite and quality furnishings include an adjustable bed, arm chair, bedside table, over-the-bed table, fan and storage of a wardrobe and drawers. Soft furnishings include curtains, blinds and bedding. 17m2.
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