The Glen Residential Care Service

Provider overview

Phone
Phone(02) 4478 9000
Fax
Fax Number
(02) 4478 9009
Address
16 CORREA Place
CATALINA NSW 2536
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Situated next to a bushland reserve The Glen is a modern service specifically designed to complement its coastal location. Very much a part of the local area the Glen receives strong community support which is evidenced by a committed group of volunteers. We are proud to offer people a caring, comfortable and safe place to call home.

The Glen has air conditioned single rooms each with their own private ensuite. Every room has a flat screen television and is decorated using a contemporary colour scheme that mirrors the natural palette of the surrounding native gardens.

Each separate wing has its own sitting areas, balconies and dining room.

Compliance information There are no notices of non-compliance or sanctions recorded.
Accreditation Period
3 Years
Accredited Yes
ABN
41041851866
Approved Provider
Churches Of Christ Community Care
Previously known as
The Glen Residential Aged Care Centre
Culturally and linguistically diverse, Financially or Socially disadvantaged people, Veterans, Dementia, Terminal illness, Caters for cultural, spiritual or ethical food requirements

Location

Map showing the provider's location. limited accessibility

Room details and costs

Single rooms


The room is private with its own ensuite bathroom and includes:

• Electric high/low bed
• Bedside table with lockable drawer
• Lounge chair
• Built in wardrobe
• Reverse cycle air conditioning
• Nurse call button
• Casey, Catalina and Lilli Pilli rooms contain a kitchenette
• Secure dementia unit with smart room lighting and a heating sensor system
• Television outlet
• Telephone outlet as available
• Access to Foxtel

Maximum room occupancy
1
Room size
The rooms are 18 sq metres
Maximum refundable deposit $475,000
Maximum daily payments $53.36
Common areas description The common areas comprise:
• Comfortable lounge and dining room areas
• Balcony areas
• Activity and meeting rooms
• Computer room
• Outdoor garden areas for residents and visitors use
• Library
• Café
• Hairdressing Salon
• BBQ area
Additional care and services included in room price Not applicable
Additional care and services available at additional cost Not applicable
Extra service fee $0
Extra service fee explained
Combination payment example 50% refundable deposit of $237,500 and 50% daily payment of $26.68
Explanation of payment options Residents can choose to pay for their accommodation by refundable deposit, a daily payment, or a combination of both. A refundable deposit is paid as a lump sum amount. A daily payment accrues daily and is paid periodically, for example monthly. A combination payment includes both a partial lump sum and daily payments

The room is private with its own ensuite bathroom and includes:
• Electric high/low bed
• Bedside table with lockable drawer
• Lounge chair
• Built in wardrobe
• Reverse cycle air conditioning
• Nurse call button
• Secure dementia unit with smart room lighting and a heating sensor system
• Television outlet
• Telephone outlet as available
• Access to Foxtel

Maximum room occupancy
1
Room size
The rooms are 18 sq metres
Maximum refundable deposit $425,000
Maximum daily payments $47.74
Common areas description The common areas comprise:
• Comfortable lounge and dining room areas
• Balcony areas
• Activity and meeting rooms
• Computer room
• Outdoor garden areas for residents and visitors use
• Library
• Café
• Hairdressing Salon
• BBQ area
Additional care and services included in room price Not applicable
Additional care and services available at additional cost Not applicable
Extra service fee $0
Extra service fee explained
Combination payment example 50% refundable deposit of $212,500 and 50% daily payment of $23.87
Explanation of payment options Residents can choose to pay for their accommodation by refundable deposit, a daily payment, or a combination of both. A refundable deposit is paid as a lump sum amount. A daily payment accrues daily and is paid periodically, for example monthly. A combination payment includes both a partial lump sum and daily payments

The fee arrangements for aged care homes changed on 1 July 2014. A summary of the types of fees that you may be asked to pay are on the Aged care home costs and fees page.

If your income and assets are over a certain amount you may be asked to make an accommodation payment that you agree with the home. Otherwise the Australian Government will pay for part or all of your accommodation costs. The Department of Human Services will advise you if you are required to make an accommodation payment.