Read about how Resthaven manages your personal information.
Whistleblower Fact Sheet
Resthaven’s Whistleblower Policy, and the protections it provides us, support us all to act with integrity, even when it feels very tough to do so.
Resthaven Modern Slavery Statement
Resthaven is committed to operating responsibly with the highest ethical standards and has no tolerance for modern slavery in its operations and supply chains. View Resthaven’s Modern Slavery Statement here.
Are you a carer?
People often don’t perceive themselves as being a ‘carer’ when they voluntarily support a relative or friend. If you provide daily support to a person without being paid, such as doing their shopping, paying bills, assisting with showering, making meals, providing transport, because they are unable to complete the tasks themselves, you are a ‘family carer’.
Equally, if the person you care for is unsafe when left alone for long periods of time, and/or has been diagnosed with dementia or a severe disability, you are their family carer.
If the person you support is frail or over the age of 65, the Australian Government recognises you as a family carer, and you are entitled to an array of support for your own health and well-being, as well as the health and well-being of the person you care for.
Resthaven Diversity Action Plan
We are committed to being an inclusive organisation.
Resthaven’s plan focuses on practical, achievable and deliverable initiatives to improve service access and responsiveness for our consumers. It aligns with the Australian Government Department of Health Aged Care Diversity Framework 2017.
Resthaven acknowledges the traditional owners of the lands on which its services are delivered. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future.
Resthaven is a richly diverse community, founded on the principles of inclusion and unity, embracing and respecting each person’s beliefs, culture, language, sexual orientation, gender identity, lifestyle, life experiences and values.
Residential Accommodation Prices
Resthaven believes that affordable aged care should be accessible to all.
You can choose from a selection of payment options in the form of a Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD), Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP) or a combination of both. In some circumstances, you may apply to Resthaven for consideration of your individual financial means. Amounts payable for those eligible for government financial support are determined by government-means testing.
View details on payment options in the Residential Fees and Charges schedule. Click here to view the Residential Fees and Charges Schedule
You can view our pricing brochures online via the links below:
(To download a printable PDF of a brochure please click on the download icon in the black bar at the bottom right hand side of the page)
Resthaven practices a minimal restrictive practice approach
Resthaven practices a minimal restrictive practice approach. A brochure to assist residents, clients, and representatives.
It provides information about this approach is including examples and common misunderstandings about restrictive practice.
High Tea at Resthaven Brochure
Enjoy a traditional High Tea at Resthaven, perfect for enjoying a special occasion with family and friends.
Indulge in an elegant high tea experience and enjoy a delicious assortment of cakes, scones, and other delicacies. This opportunity is exclusive to residents, their family, and friends of Resthaven.
To reserve your place, or purchase a gift voucher, please speak with our reception staff for bookings, menu and price list.
Vision Support Services
Information about Resthaven’s tailored services to help and support older people with vision impairment who are living at home.
Resthaven provides Vision Support Services throughout all Adelaide metropolitan areas, the Limestone Coast, Murray Bridge, the Adelaide Hills, and the Fleurieu Peninsula, thanks to Commonwealth Home Support Programme funding.
Resthaven Contractor Management User Guide
Resthaven Lifestyle Choices Plus Companion Service
A Resthaven’s service to assist you with:
– Attending appointments
– Visiting with family and friends
– Go on shopping trips and visits to cafes
– Continue to attend church, senior citizens, sporting clubs, RSL etc
– Enjoy outings to the movies, art gallery, theatre, and other events
– Simply have some company.
This service is available for purchase by, or on behalf of, residents who reside at Resthaven’s residential homes, and would like a companion to escort them off-site, or undertake personal visits.
Short Term Restorative Care
Services that aim to improve your ability to complete everyday tasks, and delay or avoid the need for long-term care.
Resthaven’s Short Term Restorative Care (STRC) Program provides services over an eight week period to improve your wellbeing and independence.
Six Steps to Aged Care Services
A quick guide on how to access aged care services.
Did you know Resthaven can facilitate your referral through My Aged Care? Call us on 1300 13 66 33 to find out more.
Innovation, Application and Transferability
Teaching and Research in Aged Care Services
Community Respite Fact Sheets
Are you looking for respite, or are you a carer needing extra support in your caring role?
Resthaven offers access to useful services and programs for carers which can assist you to stay well and healthy. The support we offer is flexible; choose from day or overnight respite in a variety of settings, either at home or at one of our cottages.
Find out more information from these informative respite fact sheets.
Talk to Agedcare Alternatives for help to navigate and connect to aged care information and support. Call 8408 4600
Agedcare Alternatives is a free information service that helps older people, their carers and families, to find and understand information about aged care services. Located in Highgate, it offers personalised, face-to-face consultation or help over the phone or via email. www.agedcarealternatives.net.au
Guide to using your medicine safely
A guide to assist you to use medicine safely, or to help you care for someone who needs you to assist them to take their medicine.
Medicine is anything you swallow, inhale, or put on your skin to treat, manage or prevent health issues.
It contains ideas that may help you to use your medicine safely and independently.