We appreciate that it can be a stressful and worrying time when considering the need to move a loved one out of the family home and into residential care.
The ideal for any individual is that they live as independently as possible within their own environment. Unfortunately however, there may come a time when the quality of life for everyone involved (including the disabled person) is compromised to such a degree that alternative care is sought.
It is important not to allow a crisis to occur before seeking Residential Care options – decisions are best made when time is available to visit Residential Care providers, discuss your individual needs with the staff, and view what is available to you first hand.
Moving into Residential Care is an exciting, positive and challenging time for both the new resident and their family. Our experience tells us that the settling in period is always more relaxed and happy if the family have communicated openly and honestly with us prior to the moving in date and all queries and questions have been answered and details sorted out.
Bainfield Park is a unique residential setting that caters for individuals with a variety of disabilities, including intellectual, physical, mental health disabilities and aged care.
We are committed to providing the very best life possible for all of our residents. To ensure that this is maintained, it is important that we are able to meet the needs of any intending residents without compromising others.
Compatibility is vitally important within our small community environment and must be considered carefully.
“I find Bainfield Park a lovely homely place to live with very kind and caring staff. I am happy to recommend to anyone!”
“…I’ve been at Bainfield Park for about 21 years…I would not be without the support of Bainfield Park staff and residents. I have come to love the place and will be here not wanting to leave…”
“…Mum has called Bainfield Park her second home for over thirty years. She has been so well looked after and the staff are absolutely caring and kind to her. She is 96 now and needs much more individual attention and that is given to her at all times. I cannot speak highly enough of the staff…”