What does it cost for permanent live-in care at Group Homes Australia?
The cost of living at GHA is comparative to that of similar quality traditional nursing homes – but the care and lifestyle is very different. Your daily fees are made up of two components – a rental for the bedroom and the costs of your care.
The bedroom rental is based on the location of the home, size of the room, whether it has an ensuite as an example.
The care is based on our Living and Health Care Support levels. Level One being for those that need minimal care all the way through to Level Five, which is for end of life care. The majority of our residents are on a Level Two or Three. These fees include daily personal care, clinical care, meals, laundry, outings and activities.
We also offer respite care and short stays.
Payment of fees can be structured in many ways and we work closely with families and their financial planners to ensure you choose the best option.
If you are interested in our model of care, please contact us to arrange a quote as no single person’s situation is identical so generic pricing is difficult.
Group Homes Australia takes an active role in managing the right care needs for you. Our care management includes ongoing assessments, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation of your services and support. The administration covers the management of your package funds and statements, government audits and training. We will work with you to plan your care and help use your package in the best way possible.
How much does it cost in a group home?
The cost to rent the bedroom in one of our dementia care homes. Prices vary depending on bedroom size, ensuite and location.
Depending on personal circumstance the government contributes to your care. Some care costs can be fully subsidised.
All pricing is personalised to your circumstances and unique needs.