Residents can enjoy a safe and comfortable lifestyle at Barrabill House with qualified aged care staff. As a public health care facility, we have a mandatory ratio of staff that provide holistic care by Enrolled and Registered Nurses as well as Assistant Nurse Unit Managers on site 24/7. We also have qualified Leisure and Lifestyle staff 7 days per week who provide engaging activities and hobbies.
Barrabill House provides:
Large bedrooms with:
Ensuite with shower
Flat screen TV
Individual heating and cooling
Freshly prepared delicious and nutritious meals:
Choice of menu for lunch and dinner
Week rotational and seasonal menu
Special dietary needs catered for
Secure garden access
Hairdressing and wellbeing sensory room
Local small group bus outings
Daily newspapers in communal areas
Palliative care support
We understand that the decision to move into care is a very difficult one to make. Our dedicated team are here to assist in guiding you and your loved ones on this new journey in your life.
When deciding on an aged care home, it is important to find out if the home has the care and services you need.
Our Resident Information Book provides details about Barrabill House. It will answer commonly asked questions about the facility, how to apply to become a resident, and what services are provided by Barrabill House.
Application for Form (Application for Respite Care or Permanent Entry to an Aged Care Home)
Barrabill House is for those who are no longer able to live at home and need ongoing help with every day tasks or health care assistance.
When you have decided to place your name on the waiting list at Barrabill House complete the Application Form and you or your representative will be contacted once a placement becomes available for you.
Permanent Residential Aged Care Request for a Combined Assets and Income Assessment
The Department of Human Services or the Department of Veterans’ Affairs requires information about your combined assets and income for permanent residential care purposes.
The information that you provide is used to calculate your daily care fees and charges.
You can choose not to provide your income and asset details and not complete the assessment form however, you may be asked to pay the maximum applicable fees as guided by the Department of Human Services.