Wahroonga

HammondCare Wahroonga
3-9 Woonona Avenue South
Wahroonga NSW 2076
Phone02 9471 5000
HammondCare Wahroonga is a residential care home specialising in dementia care, provided in a four-level care home with 24 hour dementia-specific care.

We’re a home, not a facility

HammondCare Wahroonga has been designed using internationally recognised best practice principles, to promote choice, minimise confusion and maximise independence for residents with dementia. Research shows people living with dementia are most comfortable in small, familiar environments, which is why our care home is comprised of six individual apartments.

Our vision is to enable people to have choice. We believe each person should have every opportunity to live as independently as possible, function at their greatest potential, and enjoy life as they want to. We recognise the importance of both physical and social environments for promoting independence, dignity, and feelings of comfort, safety and security.

We actively encourage family and friends to be our partners in care. We want to create an experience based on truly knowing and understanding the person we are caring for. Relatives and friends are encouraged to assist residents in decorating their rooms with familiar photos, furniture and memorabilia to become homely and comfortable. Residents’ memories are precious possessions, and care is taken to help them remember their lives so that their self-esteem and identity are maintained.

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HammondCare Wahroonga apartments

HammondCare Wahroonga is a brand new, dementia specific, four-level care home. It comprises of six private apartments, each providing home for between 9 and 12 residents. All apartments are designed around a unique model of personal, individual care, and staffed by specialist dementia carers and advisers.

Accommodation features premium level finishes and fittings, individual rooms and ensuites, landscaped gardens and terraces, and 24 hour dementia-specific care.

We believe that the best place for people with dementia to be is at home. When this is no longer possible, then our commitment is to provide an environment that looks, feels and operates like a home. This gives residents the opportunity to make their own choices, engage in life through activities they enjoy, find satisfying, and allow them to derive dignity and self-respect.

The various common areas of the apartments include the following spaces:

  • A fully functioning domestic kitchen
  • An open plan lounge and dining area
  • Sunrooms containing lounge chairs and small tables, providing a common space that also allows a degree of privacy
  • A TV room with a variety of lounge chairs, a coffee table, a TV with a DVD player, along with a stereo system
  • A backyard containing barbecues, small pergolas, benches and tables, raised garden beds and washing lines - all back yards are secure, and looping garden paths link the outdoors with the indoors, minimising confusion for residents
  • Terrace balconies with extensive community views
  • A domestic laundry
  • A hair salon
  • A supermarket

Learn more about HammondCare's dementia design principles

Quality food served in home-cooked meals

HammondCare is committed to an excellent food culture, with all food served fresh and prepared by residents and staff in our kitchens. Food preparation and planning is overseen by our Executive Chef and nutritionists, who ensure all the residents’ nutritional needs and tastes are catered to, and that varied, fresh and delicious food is available every day.

How do I apply?

Find out more about RAD / DAP costs

Want to apply?

To apply to live in one of HammondCare’s residential care home, download the following links, or call us on 1800 776 112 to find out more.

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