Care and Supported Living at Leisure Lea Gardens
Leisure Lea Gardens is renowned for its wonderful, caring staff and both residents and their families can relax, secure in the knowledge that they or their loved ones will receive the best care and support.
The Living Choice Home Care Program enables residents to stay in their village home for as long as possible and not be moved prematurely to Residential Aged Care. Both Independent Living and Supported Living apartments are available, offering a high level of services and support.
Personal Care Assistants are available at Leisure Lea Gardens to provide a wide range of services such as dispensing Webster Packs, showering, applying creams and eye drops, bed-making, personal washing and ironing. Staff members are also on hand to take residents shopping or to medical appointments.
At Leisure Lea Gardens every resident has a Vital Call pendant which when activated, alerts a first aid trained staff member on-site. The staff member will decide on treatment or hospitalisation via ambulance if necessary. A Vital Call button is also installed in the resident's bathroom.
General Practitioner Dr Bob Sebesfi consults at Leisure Lea Gardens retirement village on Mondays and Wednesdays, Podiatrist Donna Chalmers visits on Thursdays and Pathologist Douglas Hanly Moir visits on Wednesdays. There is also a chemist script service.
Access to Home Care
As an Approved Provider, Living Choice Home Care provides residents with nursing, household, cleaning, shopping, transport and personal care services, either through a Government subsidy or on a user-pays basis. Contact Living Choice Home Care team on (02) 4047 8025 ext. 1702 for more details.
Living Choice Leisure Lea Gardens
201-207 Epping Road, Marsfield
If you’re interested in our Marsfield retirement village, Juliet or Linda can assist in showing you the wonderful facilities and properties on offer.
Leisure Lea Gardens is open for inspections daily by appointment.
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