Living Choice Category: Residential Aged Care
This is the start of a journey for you which we hope may see you or your relative becoming a resident of, or a participant in, the life of Christophorus House Retirement Village (CHRV).
A Hostel is a group residence for aged people who, because of frailty or disability are unable to stay in their own homes and need some daily help. A Hostel provides a comfortable, secure and homelike environment and gives residents the opportunity to maintain their independence.
Residents have their own bed sitting room with en-suite bathroom, area for tea making, built-in furniture and emergency call buttons. There are community rooms and lounges. Meals are served in a central dining room.
The Hostel Manager or a relief assistant is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Christophorus House was designed for senior aged men and women. A comfortable, secure, home-like environment is provided to give Residents the opportunity to combine comfort with freedom from worry and to maintain, to as large a degree as possible, their independence.
Hostel Rooms – each room contains:
- En-suite (shower, toilet and basin)
- Tea making area
- Central heating
- Points for TV and telephone
- Grab rails
- Floor coverings
- Emergency Call buttons (in units and in ensuites) and pendant
- Light fittings and ample power outlets
- Security door and fly screens
- Ceiling fan
- Air conditioner
Residents supply all their personal items and are requested to have a labelled laundry basket.