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Castle Hill Aged Care Homes

Castle Hill Aged Care Homes offers High Level Care Castle Hill Aged Care Homes offers Low Level Care Castle Hill Aged Care Homes offers Dementia Care Castle Hill Aged Care Homes offers Onsite Independent Living

284 Castle Hill Road, Castle Hill NSW 2154

Hornsby Council and Local Government Area (LGA)


Within the spacious, landscaped grounds of ARV Castle Hill there are four low care and one high care assisted living communities. Brian King Gardens, Donington Court, Farrer Brown Court, Warrina Hostel and The Donald Coburn Centre are all designed to encompass ARV's philosophy of living a rich, full life with facilities and services that encourage independence, social interaction and fun, all with the security of ready assistance if needed.

Upon entering one of our assisted living communities, a personal care plan will be created for you that may include showering, dressing, nursing care and any supervision of medication to suit your individual needs.

Qualified staff are available 24 hours while our onsite specialist teams include physiotherapists, podiatrists and other health practitioners. These services are supported by our onsite pain clinic and regular visits from doctors and other health professionals are available as required. All meals are created in our purpose built kitchens, with particular dietary requirements readily available.

While each assisted living village has its own program of activities for residents including games, crafts, concerts, movie afternoons and bus trips, all residents are welcome to use the full range of facilities available at Anglicare Castle Hill.

Our assisted living villages also offer safe, supportive environments for those with dementia, with dementia specific carers on hand, and access to secure recreation areas.

About Residential Aged Care

In the past, a distinction was drawn between aged care homes that offered "high level care" (which were commonly known as "nursing homes") and those that offered "low level care" (which were commonly known as "hostels"). From 1 July 2014 this distinction has ceased to apply in relation to permanent residential aged care, although it does continue to apply in relation to temporary respite care. Aged care homes can incorporate "extra service", which provides a higher standard of accommodation and services (such as meals) for an additional fee. Aged care homes that are not accredited, but which offer similar care and services, may be referred to as "Supported Living". See our Terminology page for detailed explanations of terms that relate to aged care, home care and retirement villages.

More Information?

Please see our Aged Care Guide for further important information about aged care and aged care homes. It includes the following:

  1. Introduction

  2. Eligibility and Assessment

  3. Fees and Charges

  4. Accreditation Standards and Compliance

  5. Resident Rights and Responsibilities

  6. Residential Respite Care

  7. Advocacy and Complaint Resolution