Mercy Place Mandurah

Part of Mercy Health

Mercy Place Mandurah is an inviting coastal home with a warm, friendly community.

Close to the Mandurah foreshore, beaches, canals and the town centre, it’s the perfect environment for a rich and active life. Residents enjoy all the perks of a beachside lifestyle, with fishing, walking groups and gentle exercise in beautiful, natural surroundings.

With caring staff, friendly faces and support to live life your way, Mercy Place Mandurah offers the perfect blend of independence and support.

Services and amenities include:

  • Ageing in place
  • Audiology
  • Dementia care service
  • Dementia care unit
  • Dental
  • Eye health and ophthalmology
  • Leisure and lifestyle activities
  • Library
  • Palliative care
  • Pastoral care
  • Physiotherapy
  • Podiatry
  • Religious services
  • Respite care
  • Speech pathology

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Mercy Place Mandurah is an inviting coastal home with a warm, friendly community. Close to the Mandurah foreshore, beaches, canals and the town centre, it’s the perfect environment for a rich and active life. Residents enjoy all the perks of a beachside lifestyle, with fishing, walking groups and gentle exercise in beautiful, natural surroundings. With caring staff, friendly faces and support to live life your way, Mercy Place Mandurah offers the perfect blend of independence and support. Please contact Leanne Mannion, Resident Liaison WA on 08 9422 1304 or via email at enquirieswa@mercy.com.au to obtain an application pack or for more information.

Key points

  • Dementia specific
  • Keypad secure

Costs

DAP
Daily Accommodation Payments
RAD
Refundable Accommodation Deposit
$36.51 $0 (No Deposit)
$18.25 $162,500 (50%)
$0 $325,000 (100%)

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Mercy Place Mandurah Fighting Animal Cruelty This RSPCA Cupcake Day

on Thursday, October 15, 2020

Residents at Mercy Place Mandurah will be fighting cruelty with cupcakes during October, as they take part in the sweetest fundraiser of the year - Cupcake Day for RSPCA.

A Trip Down Memory Lane for Peta

on Thursday, October 8, 2020

87-year-old Mercy Place Mandurah resident Peta Warren was taken on a trip down memory lane this week with the help of Mandurah’s Returned and Services League (RSL).

Aged Care Senior Supports ‘Holiday Here’ Push

on Tuesday, September 15, 2020

90-year-old Malcolm Dyer may be legally blind, but he’s living proof that you’re never too old to have new adventures.

Breast Friends Go Pink to Support Cancer Awareness

on Monday, August 10, 2020

They could be called bosom buddies, but the staff and residents at a local not-for-profit aged care home who participated in a ‘pink day’ for breast cancer awareness this week just wanted to help a good cause by putting the fun into fundraising. As part of Mercy Place Mandurah’s awareness raising, staff members dyed their hair pink and held a morning tea to raise awareness as well as funds.

International Nurses Day, a time to celebrate at Mercy Place Mandurah

on Thursday, May 7, 2020

International Nurses Day will cut through the generations at Mercy Place Mandurah, as retired nurses who are now residents of the not-for-profit aged care home celebrate their careers of caring alongside current nursing staff.

Staff and Resident Duo Get Crafty for WA’s Doctors and Nurses

on Tuesday, May 5, 2020

A staff and resident duo at a local not-for-profit home are making a difference to the lives of West Australian health staff, including those at Royal Perth and Fiona Stanley Hospital, during the coronavirus crisis.

Mercy Place Mandurah Residents Receive Cards from Perth Youngsters

on Friday, April 17, 2020

Compassion in the community is flourishing in many ways at the moment, and no more is it being acknowledged and witnessed than at Mercy Place Mandurah.

Mercy Place Mandurah Celebrates Seniors on International Women’s Day

on Friday, March 6, 2020

Mercy Place Mandurah will celebrate the achievements of its female elders on International Women’s Day, which falls on Sunday 8 March.

Volunteer-run Men’s Group is a Vintage Success

on Wednesday, December 4, 2019

The importance of older men having opportunities to spend quality meeting time together is not lost on the dedicated team at Mercy Place Mandurah.

Music is in the Air For Singing Seniors at Mercy Place Mandurah

on Tuesday, September 24, 2019

The sound of music is being heard at Mercy Place Mandurah as residents prepare to turn their residential aged care home into a musical theatre this month.

Residents and staff acknowledge love for Australia at Mercy Place Mandurah

on Friday, January 25, 2019

The spirit of Australia Day is alive and well at Mercy Place Mandurah, with the aged care home’s residents taking part in a variety of themed events leading up to the national day.

Crafty Seniors Prepare for Remembrance Day

on Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Staff at Mercy Place Mandurah are the first to admit that their senior residents love getting involved with craft projects — particularly if they contribute to their local community.

Innovative Partnership with Mandurah Library Makes For Creative Seniors

on Friday, October 5, 2018

A collaboration between Mercy Place Mandurah and Mandurah libraries will see seniors immersed in regular art appreciation sessions to encourage interaction, conversations and trips down ‘memory lane’, particularly among residents living with dementia.

Taking A Trip Down Memory Lane As Lives Are Celebrated

on Thursday, September 27, 2018

International Day of Older Persons on Monday 1 October will be a special time for residents at Mercy Place Mandurah.

Mother’s Day a Family Affair at Mercy Place Mandurah

on Monday, May 14, 2018

Great grandmother and one of the oldest residents at not-for-profit aged care home Mercy Place Mandurah, Frances Russell, spent Mothers’ Day in good company.

International Nurses Day, a Time to Celebrate at Mercy Place Mandurah

on Friday, May 11, 2018

International Nurses Day is being hailed as a time to celebrate kindness and care at Mercy Place Mandurah, as both staff and residents take the time to thank the 15 nurses who care for seniors at the home.

True Love Remains Strong After More Than Six Decades

on Tuesday, February 13, 2018

After more than 60 years of marriage, the love lives on for Mercy Place Mandurah residents Betty and Leslie Williams and also William and Faye Adairs.

Residents and Staff Acknowledge Love and Loyalty for Australia at Mercy Place Mandurah

on Thursday, January 25, 2018

Dozens of residents at Mercy Place Mandurah will celebrate their love and loyalty to the country they have called home for, in some cases, more than seven decades, when they take part in the celebrations organised as part of Australia Day at the not-for-profit home.

True Love Remains Strong After More Than Six Decades

on Tuesday, February 14, 2017

After more than 60 years of marriage, the love lives on for Mercy Place Mandurah’s residents Morris and Sheena Richmond, who are 85 and 83 years of age respectively.

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