PACE Member Peninsula Villages is making great strides with the development of its state-of-the-art 114-bed ageing in place facility at Umina Beach.
Confirming Peninsula Villages’ reputation as a local leader in residential aged care, the approximately $30 million three-storey development will offer a standard of service not seen before on the Central Coast.
The new aged care development will include specialist aged, palliative and dementia care units all to be housed within separate hubs and accommodated on separate floors to ensure continuity of care between care staff and the residents.
Surrounded by vibrant gardens and opening onto a generous entrance bay for vehicles, the new building will replace the existing amenities at Jack Aldous House.
“This new building is the product of a fantastic vision from our Board of Directors, our planners, hard work ahead for our builders, and, very importantly, support from the local community and authorities, which we appreciate greatly,” said Peninsula Villages Chief Executive Officer Shane Neaves.
Not only will this building be a huge boost for our premises, but also for the local economy and labour market, creating more jobs,” he added.
All 114 rooms will be private suites with a bathroom. Within each level, the rooms will also be split into distinct units, each boasting key staff to ensure an uncompromising level of dedicated care.
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