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• a selection of single, shared and single ensuite rooms
• registered nurses available 24 hours per day
• a dementia-specific unit and palliative care
• one and two bedroom units
• renovated with modern kitchens and bathrooms
• nurse call system
|Residential aged care accommodation pricing||Retirement units for sale in Trinder Park|
At Trinder Park there’s a strong sense of community in a beautiful bushland setting with visiting wallabies, community gardens and resident dogs and chickens.
| “At Trinder Park, we encourage residents to play active roles in the day-to-day life of our vibrant community, ranging from staff selection through to menu planning. How and when they choose to get involved is up to them.”
Joanna Thomson, General Manager Trinder Park
At Trinder Park, we work with our residents to understand the things that are most important to them.
"My sister also lived here. Having the chapel here is a real support coming from our own home into the Church's family. There's a lot of support here from people in the community. It's a lovely environment out of the traffic and away from a hectic busy life. There's not a big time schedule it's relaxing. It's peaceful just to sit around the dam and the trees; coming from the land I find it to be a lovely environment with lots of wildlife. The first thing my husband asked for was a shed and he got it straight away to do his woodwork." Lydia Stephan, Trinder Park resident
"Trinder Park had everything we needed and that was a big plus. I like that I don't have a care in the world here. I don't have to worry about the buildings or maintenance; life is just easy. I feel secure knowing I have ongoing care for the future and my changing health needs will be taken care of." Ruth Hinds, Trinder Park resident
"It's so peaceful here, it's fantastic ... Where else can you walk outside your front door and see wallabies and kangaroos? The people are lovely, they are absolutely fantastic - (both) staff and residents." John King, Trinder Park resident
“I think it’s prolonging my life really. It keeps your mind off your complaints; it doesn’t cure them, but it keeps your mind off them.’’ Bryce Corbet, Trinder Park volunteer
“I was a bit shy when I first started volunteering here three years ago, but after a few months I relaxed into it. I treat the residents the way I’d want my parents and grandparents to be treated.’’ Alan Aldridge , Trinder Park volunteer
Perhaps you are looking for a short term accommodation solution? We offer respite care.
Our Day Therapy offers activities and allied health services which are open to the community.
All LCC aged care services offer access to nostalgia radio station Silver Memories. Residents enjoy the tailored music broadcasts as part of reminiscence sessions and a range of other enjoyable pastimes.
Smoke-free policy: Important information for prospective residents
Our residential aged care services are unable to accommodate new residents who wish to smoke. This policy is in response to Queensland legislation banning smoking by any person on or near the grounds of these services. These measures are also part of our transition to a smoke-free environment that better supports the health and wellbeing of everyone who lives at, works at or visits our services.