What makes Ocean Star so special is the community of carers and residents. Our staff are dedicated to making sure you’re living a happy life by continuing to do the things that bring you joy and to stay connected to the people you love.
There’re 42 private rooms with ensuite bathrooms, it’s a small, loving community. Ocean Star runs in line with our Values of joy, love and hospitality, here you’ll be listened to and treated with respect and admiration.
Your dedicated lifestyle Coordinator organises a social and activity calendar giving you the opportunity to venture on excursions and to keep doing the things you love to do. Our on-site chef prepares fresh, delicious meals - our lunch and dinner meals being self-serve, allowing you to choose your own meals. Residents enjoy regular health and wellbeing classes with our Allied Health Team and our Pastoral Care team are available to you and your family.
Ocean Star Village provides residential aged care, booked respite beds and non-dedicated respite.
Vacancies and Pricing
If you’d like to know more about Ocean Star Residential Care such as information on current vacancies, contact us on 9796 6600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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FAQs about Ocean Star Residential Care
Who is eligible for residential aged care?
Residential aged care (also known as nursing homes, aged care hostels or residential aged care facilities) is for older people who are not able to reside safely in their own home and need greater assistance with daily tasks or their health care.
How do I find out if I am eligible?
The easiest way to start the process is to register with My Aged Care, Australia’s entryway to government-subsidised aged care services.
You can apply online at myagedcaregov.au or call the contact centre on 1800 200 422. Or call our friendly team on 1300 244 111.
How do I apply for residential aged care?
All government-subsidised aged care services are subject to an assessment to determine your eligibility so that the services you choose meet your requirements and provide the kinds of supports you need.
What does the application involve?
During the initial chat with My Aged Care, they will need some basic information to help determine your eligibility for aged care services.
You’ll need to provide your Medicare details and they will also ask about your circumstances at home, how you are managing and how your health is. You’ll also be asked if you are currently receiving any support, such as home care.
Once your eligibility is confirmed, My Aged Care will arrange to meet with you for a face-to-face assessment.