Life Care - Gaynes Park Manor

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Life Care – Gaynes Park Manor is a boutique hotel-style aged care residence, designed by internationally renowned architects Marchese Partners. The residence has a sense of tranquillity and warmth, ensuring residents feel comfortable and at home, and offers residential care and respite care.

At Life Care – Gaynes Park Manor, residents live in small communities of around eight people. Each community features a communal kitchen, dining and lounge area and a dedicated activity space.

Instead of having nurse call bells or sensor mats on the floor of each room, residents at Life Care – Gaynes Park Manor wear a mobile call system – a little like a Fitbit. With this device, staff are able to monitor residents and their whereabouts and residents can call for help if needed.

A wide range of engagement opportunities and activities are offered, with support teams dedicated to making life as rich and meaningful as possible for residents.

Life Care – Gaynes Park Manor’s on-site café – The Manor Café – is a stunning space for residents to spend time with visiting family and friends and enjoy a coffee and cake or a light meal.

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