Calvary St Paul's Retirement Community
Calvary St Paul’s Retirement Community in Cundletown provides aged care accommodation for 40 residents. Offering a quiet retreat on the Manning River, the facility includes single rooms with ensuites with a dedicated physiotherapy room and combined lounge, dining and entertainment areas.
We have two different care options to suit you or your family member’s needs:
- Residential Aged Care – Permanent accommodation with specialist care services
- Respite Care – Short term accommodation for up to two weeks
Residential Aged Care
Calvary St Paul’s Retirement Community is a close-knit community with river views. Residents enjoy leisure and lifestyle activities including arts, crafts, bingo, cooking, exercise programs and singing. There are regular bus trips, social outings and onsite entertainment.
- Single rooms with ensuites
- Recreational activities
- Staffed 24 hours a day
- Dining and entertainment areas
- Meals cooked onsite
- Specialised menus
- 24/7 medical services
- Dedicated physiotherapy room
- Onsite chapel
Residential Care is for older people whom, for a variety of reasons, are unable to live at their home.
Staff provide support with day-to-day tasks and there is 24/7 access to specialist medical services.
Through an engaging leisure and lifestyle program and individualised care plans, resident’s emotional, physical and medical needs are catered for.
Before moving into a Calvary Residential Care facility, you will need to be independently assessed by the Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT). This is a free service.
To arrange an assessment please contact the Referral and Information Centre on 02 4936 3215.
Once you’ve been assessed, please contact our Calvary Care Choices Advisors on 1800 222 000. They’ll have all the information you require and can discuss the various options available to you.
Calvary respite accommodation is a great way to get the support you need when your regular carer is away, needs a break or has other commitments.
- 1 or 2 week stay
- Up to 9 weeks per year
- Support when carer away
Respite accommodation provides support for you and your carer.
Residential Respite Care can provide your carer with a break. It may give them time to manage work commitments, handle family responsibilities, enjoy a weekend away or have an extended holiday.
It is also a good way to see if a Residential Care Facility is the right fit for you. Our respite accommodation gives you an opportunity to experience our wonderful care and friendly community before you make a formal commitment.
Please call 1800 052 222 and speak to Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre – Hunter
You can be entitled up to 9 weeks of Respite Accommodation per financial year.