What the service offers
AnglicareSA has six residential aged care facilities across metropolitan Adelaide to care for older people. We are committed to respectful and enriching support, allowing older people to live life to the full.
The large majority of our aged care accommodation has private rooms with ensuite bathrooms. There are communal living areas and vibrant lifestyle programs to engage residents. We offer shared rooms at one location. All rooms are climate controlled.
Who can access the service
- Individuals and couples aged 65 and older who have undergone a free assessment by an Aged Care Assessment Team which can be organised through www.myagedcare.gov.au
- Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander people can access residential aged care from age 55.
Steps on how to access the service
Access the My Aged Care gateway at www.myagedcare.gov.au or 1800 200 422. AnglicareSA staff can assist you with this process.
We offer a central admission service for all residential aged care facilities. Our admissions team aims to ensure a smooth transition to residential care. Contact Residential Admissions on 8305 9279.
The Australian Government pays for the bulk of aged care, but as with all aged care services, you may be asked to make a contribution towards the cost. The contribution may take the form of care and/or accommodation fees. If you are required to contribute to the cost of your accommodation the following information will be of interest to you.
*Prices are negotiable and depend on your income and assets.
All Hallows Court
56 Monmouth Rd
A 90-bed residential ageing-in-place facility with a memory support unit and 19 independent living units.
A 121-bed residential ageing-in-place facility with a memory-support unit.
33 Catalina Road
A 75-bed residential ageing-in-place facility with a memory-support unit and 40 independent living units.
4 Kangaroo Thorn Road
A 120-bed residential ageing-in-place facility with a memory-support unit and 24 independent living units.
St Laurence’s Court
56 High Street
A 144-bed residential ageing-in-place-facility with a memory-support unit.
Ian George Court
2-10 First Street
A 40-bed ageing-in-place facility which provides support for disadvantaged frail aged residents who were homeless or at risk of homelessness.