Welcome To Hunter Valley Care
Welcome To Hunter Valley Care
Welcome To Hunter Valley Care
Welcome To Hunter Valley Care
Welcome To Hunter Valley Care
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Newcastle & Lake Macquarie Aged Care - Hunter Valley Care

Hunter Valley Care has been caring for the people of Newcastle and the Hunter for over 40 years. We are an Australian, locally owned business motivated by one shared passion: to enhance people’s lives by providing excellence in aged care.

Hunter Valley Care

Who we are

We provide individualised aged care services including Extra Services to enhance our consumers lifestyles. We are proud of our staff and we consider them to be part of our family. We hope they will feel like part of your family too.

Whether you seek residential aged care, for the short or long term, you can be assured that with the commitment of our qualified, experienced team across all of our Hunter Valley Care facilities, we will strive to enhance the quality of your life.

Malcolm Proctor – Managing Director, Hunter Valley Care

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Our Care Services

Whether you require permanent care or respite care, we can offer this at one of our residential aged care facilities.

Amaroo Aged Care Facility
Is situated only moments away from the bustling cosmopolitan of Charlestown. It can offer accommodation in both single rooms and double rooms with ensuites.

Figtree Point Aged Care Facility
Having the inevitable waterfront location on Lake Macquarie’s Fig Tree Point. 180 degree water front picturesque views and the lifestyle features to match. Offering both accommodation in both single rooms and double rooms with ensuites.

Waterview Aged Care Facility
Situated in the central location of Teralba. Only a moment from Lake Macquarie waterfront, the freeway and the proposed Glendale interchange. There are several accommodation options available, single and double rooms, both with ensuites and common bathrooms.

Frequently Ask Questions

The application process with an assessment by Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) member from a referral made via the My Aged Care website. This will give you an assessment called a National Screening Assessment Form (NSAF). This assessment may also be attended as an inpatient whilst in hospital. You will then be provided with codes that you can give to your preferred aged care providers. At the time of going into care, you will need to provide the facility with an assets assessment from Centrelink as Centrelink will determine if you are required to pay a means tested fee, not the provider.

There are options of RAD, Residential Accommodation Deposit and DAP, Daily Accommodation payment. This is dependent upon your financial situation. Your asset assessment may play a part in determining which financial course is right for you. Advice from an independent financial advisor is always suggested before making any commitment. We suggest that you consult the My Aged Care website for further information.  (insert link)

Additional costs that you may incur are dependent on your Residential Agreement and your individual circumstances. In general these will be your medications, any medical tests or associated transport costs, provision of clothing, individual medical items such as glasses and hearing aids, etc.