Our Burwood Home provides our residents with person-centred care, we work in partnership with our residents and loved ones, offering dignity, respect and strongly encourage our residents to maintain their independence as long as possible. We never lose sight of the fact that Burwood is truly “Home” to our residents.
At our Burwood home, we are proud to provide care and accommodation to a much wider cross-section of communities representing Sydney’s Inner West.
We are committed to providing “Excellence” in Aged Care.
Types of Care
At our Jesmond Burwood, every resident in our home has access to:
The aim of our Lifestyle & Leisure Team is to provide structured activities that aid the socialisation of our residents. We encourage our residents to channel their energy into positive outlets to keep minds alert and active. A personal history is developed in order to prepare a program that is individually tailored to our residents’ backgrounds.
Some of the regular activities in the leisure and lifestyle program include:
Bingo and Games
Current affairs discussions
Local Shopping Trips
Resident family resource groups
Our residents have a choice of doctors, who regularly attend our home. Residents wishing to consult with their own doctor are encouraged to do so.
Our Physiotherapist works Monday to Friday and is supported by Physiotherapy Aides. Our exercise program includes a daily muscle strengthening program. We also have a therapeutic massage program available when required.
To support maximum independence and enhance the provision of optimum care, we also offer these specialised services:
Burwood Accommodation Payments
The accommodation payment is a contribution towards payment for the resident’s accommodation. These payments are calculated either as a Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD), or a Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP).
A RAD is determined by factors relating to the facility, its location, costs, demographics, room sizes, amenities and individual care needs. A DAP is the daily equivalent of the RAD and is determined as the financial income RAD would create based upon the current marginal interest rate (the level of income the facility would receive from the RAD). This is divided into 365 days and then calculated as the DAP.
|Room Type||Refundable Accomodation Deposite (RAD)||Daily Accomodation Payment (DAP)||Combination of both RAD + DAP|
|Single Room||$290,000||$32.10||$145,000 + $16.05|
|Shared Room||$280,000||$30.99||$140,000 + $15.50|
For example: The DAP is based on the MPIR of: 4.04%
The maximum RAD is $290,000 with equivalent DAP of $32.10. An example of a combination RAD/DAP is: RAD (lump sum) – $145,000 and a DAP of $16.05.
Peter is an experienced Manager and Aged Care Advocate. Driven by a passion to provide the highest standard of care at all levels, he takes pride in delivering the best quality of life possible. In addition to his primary job functions, Peter has been recognised by TJG for his extraordinary commitment to the wellbeing and quality of life for every resident.
Peter’s mobile number: 0472 504 754
Peter’s Email: email@example.com