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Warrawee Aged Care Service

Warrawee Aged Care Service offers Low Level Care Warrawee Aged Care Service offers Dementia Care Warrawee Aged Care Service offers Respite Care

276-296 Alfred Street, St George QLD 4487

Balonne Council and Local Government Area (LGA)

Churches of Christ in Queensland Warrawee Aged Care Service St George is a 38-bed residential service offering a range of personal care, therapies and accommodation options.

It is located in the farming district of St George on the Balonne River. Living at Warrawee residents and visitors can enjoy time outdoors in the wide open spaces and spacious grounds. You can sit and relax at the outdoor tables and chairs in the shaded barbecue area or take a walk in the well-established gardens.

Common areas

Residents in the three standard cottages have a variety of areas to dine, relax and participate in activities. There is a choice of two dining areas seating 12-15 people as well as three carpeted lounge areas seating 10+ people. There is also a small dining area for shared meals with families.

Residents in secure Mulga House come together in the dining/lounge/activities room which is designed to accommodate all 10 residents. They have access to a large, purpose built, secure outdoor garden with walking paths, seating areas, raised garden beds and sensory gardens.

All residents and visitors can enjoy the well-established gardens including an internal large rose garden and external garden areas. A large carpeted chapel accommodates 20+ people for worship and other activities. You can relax outside at the outdoor tables and chairs and shaded barbecue area. Additional activities are offered in an activity building with small kitchen and vinyl flooring for 20 people.

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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