Beaumont Care Services

Living in a Beaumont Care residence means a new door to life, to tenderness, sharing, independence, respect and empowerment.

Key Features of Beaumont Care

Beaumont Care is a proudly Australian, privately owned, family business dedicated to care.

Pets are welcome in our homes.

Beaumont Care maintains its own wheel chair bus and scheduled weekly bus trips are run for all our facilities. These bus trips are chosen by our residents and are reviewed and renewed by the resident committees.

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Care Services

  • Exquisite nursing care
  • Trained personnel
  • Homely recollections and reminiscences
  • Physiotherapy
  • Masseuse
  • Podiatry
  • Speech Therapy
  • Social Worker
  • Diversional activities
  • Hairdresser, barber and beauty
  • Multiple locations – 24-hour care
  • Hospitals and ambulances close by

Entertainment

  • Restaurant atmosphere, social dining
  • Enticing menu, resident choices
  • Happy hour
  • Themed parties
  • Birthday’s celebrated
  • Games and quizzes, golf, bingo
  • Music, craft and discussion groups
  • Community interaction, pupil visits
  • Entertainers, dancing, choir
  • Movies, gardening, cooking, library
  • Internet and Skype, Foxtel, and Apple TV
  • World news, events, political debate
  • Swimming
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Accommodation

  • Single, shared and quad choices
  • Living to suit personalities and life stories
  • Mateship, visitors shared
  • Couples together
  • Competent management, valued personnel
  • Continual improvement
  • Paperwork made easy
  • Multiple courtyards
  • Palliative care, Accommodation for family
  • Respite
  • Courtyard retreats
  • Coffee hubs
  • Shopping and transport
  • Sea breezes, and rural retreat
  • Off-street visitor parking
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Accommodation

Here are just a few examples of some of the exciting things we have done our facilities:

  • The outdoor activities such as lawn bowls, ten pin bowling have the residents so excited they are continually asking to have this more often and is a favourite activity.
  • A classical guitarist now plays each fortnight for a special group and the feedback is very positive.
  • The introduction of the coffee/ friendship club has proven to be a great hit and all goals for social interaction are exceeding expectations.
  • Pamper sessions for men and women are packed out, and residents are really enjoying this.
  • Residents are thrilled with the garden and outdoor landscaping.
  • Chocolate Tastings as a part of ongoing sensory stimulation. Very good response from residents.
  • A.M.F Bowling (Tenpin) continues in popularity for its friendly competition and community access.
  • Music Workshop with Helen – residents are now building their repertoire for Christmas concert.
  • Short stories/poetry group residents are enjoying Australian stories of outback life in Queensland.
  • Fashion parade by Semaya fashion had residents enjoying this in house shopping.
  • Ye Ole Brass Band entertained residents attending the concert in the courtyard.
  • The Winter themed activity was well received. We decorated the dining room with handmade snowflakes and some icicles. Clients joined in a game of throwing snow balls at the snowman, reminiscing about winters in their youth, and drinking hot chocolate and marshmallows.
  • The men’s group each Friday is proving a hit. Stephan, our volunteer, is developing a good relationship with the men and we have seen an improvement in co-ordination and concentration.
  • Sensational Senses this month focused on touch. An activity required residents to touch and feel an item and then guess what it was. The item was hidden inside a box. Residents became very involved and there was a lot of laughter and fun.
  • 12 residents participated in a lunch time outing to Morra Park, Shorncliffe.
  • Sausage sizzle for Father’s day. Residents participated in the preparation, cooking and light hearted discussion.
  • The ‘Great Aussie Pie’ celebrated. This was a real winner with our men especially who really enjoyed sharing in some meat pies.
  • International Talk like a Pirate Day. Hats and eye patches were made at craft and worn by residents and staff as we spun some pirate yarns and talked some pirate ‘speak’ There was a good attendance and staff got into the spirit which always makes for more atmosphere and fun.
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I think we should praise the care facility staff who look after our loved ones well. Thumbs up to Beaumont Care Kippa-Ring for looking after my mum and now my aunt Josie. We know Jo is cared for when we can't be there and Jo is so happy. The staff smile and make us feel like Josie has a place to call home. Thank you Beaumont Care!

Sue Suchocki, Josie (pictured)