Helping Hand Ingle Farm

Part of Helping Hand Aged Care

Helping Hand Ingle Farm caters for 98 residents – providing for both high and low care needs, as well as a secure unit catering for dementia and other challenging behaviours.

There are single and double bedrooms available, as well as two respite beds and a secure dementia specific unit.

The comfortable home is set on almost four hectares of land and boasts beautiful landscaped gardens and courtyards.

Max’s Café provides a welcoming place for residents to share a home cooked meal or coffee with friends or family from Monday through Friday. The Max Marshal Community Centre aims to provide a welcoming, supportive and fun environment with a range of social, physical, spiritual and mental activities for residents, clients and the community. Activities include concerts, craft, table games, bingo, guest speakers, sing-a-longs and more.

Helping Hand encourages independence in maintaining day to day skills, however as increased help is required, staff will tailor services specific to your needs.

Services on offer include:

  • Provision of all meals
  • On site hairdresser, library, craft table and internet café
  • Room cleaning
  • 24 hour nursing and personal care
  • Therapy services including physiotherapy, podiatry and occupational therapy
  • Supervision of medication
  • Laundry and linen services


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