Services for seniors
Wesley Seniors Living
There are few Australian organisations that can claim to have been providing quality aged care for almost 90 years. Wesley Mission is one of those organisations, and since the opening WG Taylor Village and Sunset Lodge in the late 1920s, we’ve gone from strength to strength, offering some of the most trusted and respected aged care facilities.
"Mum has gained a better life, not lost her independence."
Community SupportEnjoying independent living in the comfort of your own home and community is possible with Wesley Home and Carer Support Services.
Support in the homeOur friendly, approachable staff may assist with activities such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, socialising, transport and grocery shopping. Personal care such as assistance with showering, dressing, nursing care is also available.
Help for carers If you are caring for an elderly family member and need a break, our respite service may be just what you need.
Social and community programsWesley Mission provides a range of programs and service aimed at stimulating leisure, socialising and learning activities.
- Social and Community programs
- School for Seniors
- Wesley Seniors Day Centre
- Newcastle Community Visitors Scheme
Independent livingDownsize your cares and not your lifestyle at one of Wesley Mission’s affordable, friendly, and well-appointed retirement villages.
AssistedWhen you are no longer able to live safely at home, but still value your independence, Wesley Mission’s assisted living options provide you and your family with the peace of mind of knowing that help is always close at hand.
Homeless support for the elderly
Greenacre Supported HousingThe Greenacre service provides permanent accommodation to the elderly, who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless.
Assistance with Care and Housing for the AgedThe Assistance with Care and Housing for the Aged (ACHA) Program is designed to assist the homeless or people in insecure housing to access more appropriate housing with care options.
To access our Home and Carer Support Services and Assisted Living Homes (Low and High Care), you may need an approval from your local Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) . ACATs are located at most public hospitals and your doctor or local hospital can refer you to an ACAT. Speak with our friendly staff today to find out if you need an assessment. Contact us or contact the Commonwealth Carelink Centre direct on 1800 052 222 for contact details of your nearest ACAT.