Life at a Delta Aged Care Nursing Homedeltaage2022-05-31T11:34:03+10:00
Life at a Nursing home by Delta Aged Care
Moving Into Your New Nursing Home
What To Bring?
We want you to feel like you are at home in your new surroundings, which is why we recommend you bring personal items such as ornaments, pictures or books to decorate your room so your new nursing home feels like home. You may also want to bring:
Nursing Home Furniture
Space permitting, you are welcome to bring small items. Have a chat with the care home manager before you move in to check if it will fit first
Each of our nursing care homes has a laundry service. Some of our homes also have laundry facilities which you are welcome to use. Some suggestions for what to bring include; daytime clothing, nightclothes, a dressing gown, slippers, socks or stockings, underwear and a coat or jacket.
Electrical Appliances in our Nursing Homes
You are welcome to bring your own TV (some care homes may have TVs supplied already) for your room and other electrical appliances too. For your own safety we will make sure these items are fully tested. All of our rooms are heated so there’s no need to worry about bringing heaters. In fact, Edenvale Manor and Emerald Terrace are modern recently built facilities boasting many benefits.
Nursing Home Mobility Aids
If you have your own wheelchair we’re happy for you to bring it with you. Some Primary Care Trusts supply wheelchairs to people who need them. Mobile scooters aren’t practical to use inside our homes, please speak to the care home manager about storing scooters.
Considering aged care for yourself or a loved one? We’re here to help.
We offer a full range of aged care services from residential aged care and palliative care to respite care and nursing care services. We’ve been in the industry since the 1980’s and through the years we’ve built a strong reputation based on our core values