Juniper is a leader in residential aged care and home and community care in Western Australia having provided exceptional services and accommodation to the older people for more than 65 years.
We are responding to increasing demand for care and support services across the state with services throughout metropolitan Perth as well as the Kimberley, Mid-West, Wheatbelt, South West and Great Southern regions.
Every Juniper home has been purpose-built or recently refurbished to suit the diverse needs of its residents. Bright, generously proportioned rooms provide a comfortable living environment. The high quality of accommodation is complemented by the professionalism and friendly nature of the staff.
Juniper prides itself on delivering holistic care that is tailored to suit the needs of each individual resident. The environment for care is one of privacy, dignity, companionship and security.
Juniper offers the full suite of care, from low-level care through to palliative care. Some of the homes are specifically designed to suit the needs of people living with dementia. Extra services are offered at the Juniper’s largest site, Rowethorpe.
Care and services offered by Juniper include:
Access to external services
Lifestyle and wellness programs
Spiritual and cultural wellbeing
Juniper's Home and community care services are available throughout Western Australia.
Juniper provides home and community care to people who choose to live at home but may require assistance.
Juniper Community offers a range of flexible programs to give older people the chance to maintain their independence. There is social, domestic and personal assistance available, and some programs are subsidised by the Government. Aged Care Assessment Team assessments are a prerequisite in some cases.
Juniper also has a range of day therapy centres offering physiotherapy, podiatry, occupational therapy and other services to assist with rehabilitation or enabling physical independence.
Juniper follows the description of Home and Community Care (HACC) by the Western Australian Department of Health, which is a basic support service to older people in their homes.
This can include support for social activities, assistance with household functions, assistance with outside essentials, such as shopping and banking, as well as low level personal care.
Low Care (level 1) and High Care (level 3 & 4) services are also available through Juniper, meaning the delivery of domestic, low level and high level clinical care to the home.
Fees are payable on a fortnightly or individual per-service basis. As a not-for-profit organisation, Juniper prides itself on being able to accommodate those with limited means.
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