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Welcome to HammondCare Scone

Located just north of Muswellbrook, HammondCare Scone offers unparalleled compassionate care for older Australians, either as permanent residents or in respite care, including those living with dementia.

HammondCare Scone currently consists of two sites; services include residential care at Strathearn House and Strathearn Village, and home care and independent living at Strathearn Villas. 

Strathearn House at 75 Gundy Road has been built on a ‘house’ model of care; the care home location is made up of smaller houses, with 64 beds in total.

Strathearn Village at 2-4 Stafford Street is a 46-bed residential care home, with the addition of nine villas on-site operating as Independent Living Units.

Both locations are designed to promote independence and familiarity for residents.

Opening from October 2022

Construction has commenced on a 30-bed dementia specific home which will replace Strathearn Village. The Village no longer aligns with HammondCare’s Model of Care and will be decommissioned.

Residents who currently reside in Strathearn Village will either move into Strathearn House or one of the two new dementia specific cottages, depending on their individual care needs.

The Independent Living Units will remain as they are, a new commercial laundry will be built as well as a new community building which will provide HammondGrove residents a social gathering space and sense of community.

What does HammondCare Scone offer?

The warmth of home: Each location provides care homes with a warm and welcoming atmosphere within a home-like environment. Residents have their own single ensuite room, with access to dining and sitting areas any time, day or night. 

Our relationship-based care approach means that our care teams will get to know who you are as an individual, your likes and dislikes – just like being at home.

Personalised care: Staff receive onsite training in aged and dementia care, so specialised clinical care is available to residents 24/7.

Engagement with life: Residents can participate in meaningful routines of daily life or sit back and relax. They are also encouraged to assist with meal preparation to help them feel included and valued. We tailor a variety of social, spiritual and recreational opportunities. The garden and outdoor areas are for residents, their families and visitors to enjoy too.

A fresh food culture: A variety of delicious, high-quality food is essential to everyone’s physical and emotional health. That’s why we spend significantly more on meals than the industry average, with all meals freshly cooked in the domestic kitchens onsite.

Surprisingly affordable: HammondCare offers the highest possible quality of care – but that doesn’t mean we cost more. Your financial situation won’t affect finding a place at HammondCare.

What’s the difference between the care homes at Scone?

What’s the difference between the care homes at Scone?

Each location caters to different needs, offering a continuum of care as residents’ requirements change over time. This includes expert respite care when the occasion arises.

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Strathearn House

Strathearn House is based on HammondCare's model of care, with the care home made up of smaller ‘houses’, and includes:

  • Private courtyards
  • Sitting room(s)
  • Studio type suites for couples wishing to come into care
  • Fully functioning domestic kitchen
  • Open plan lounge and dining area
  • Domestic laundry

Strathearn Village - closing later in 2022

Strathearn Village is a 46-place residential aged care home. It’s made up of two buildings, Barton and William Dumaresq. Nine independent living units are also located on the site. All rooms have their own ensuite bathrooms and residents have access to a variety of common areas.

The Strathearn Village common areas include the following spaces:

  • Lounge areas with a TV, DVD player, tables and comfortable sitting areas
  • Dining rooms with tables and chairs for group dining

How is HammondCare different to other residential aged care providers?

  • As an independent Christian charity, compassion is ingrained in how we care. We put care first. We are not about profit.
  • Our approach is centred on truly getting to know each person and their family, enabling us to tailor care to each resident's unique needs.
  • We have more than 25 years of expertise in caring for people living with dementia, offering specialised care and environments.
  • We specialise in providing expert care to older people who have more complex physical or cognitive care needs.
  • We are committed to an excellent food culture and ensure all meals are high quality, freshly cooked and offer variety and nutrition.
Our staff will ensure your family member or friend will receive the best possible care

Our staff will ensure your family member or friend will receive the best possible care

Our expert carers are chosen for their compassionate respect for older people and commitment to improving quality of life for people in need.

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HammondCare has the best interests of your family member or friend at heart

HammondCare has the best interests of your family member or friend at heart

We recognise that no two people have the same needs, and tailor our care to meet the requirements of each individual person. Our staff focus on building respectful relationships with every resident and their family.

Read more about our model of care

HammondCare Residential Care & COVID-19

HammondCare puts residents' health and well-being first. As we learn to live with the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to follow the directives and guidelines of the Australian and the State Governments.

In addition to ongoing infection prevention and control measures, several additional steps have been taken to mitigate the risks and impact of COVID-19. HammondCare’s Pandemic Plan includes state-specific Visitor Guidelines, which are updated regularly, targeted staff training; procurement of necessary resources; additional cleaning practices; liaison with government and peak bodies; and regular communication updates to all relevant stakeholders.

Also, to allow visits to continue during the height of the pandemic and when outbreaks occur, HammondCare created the Partnering in Care Program. The special infection control program for residential care home visitors makes it possible for people to keep seeing their loved one, as we understand how much visits mean.

The program is designed to help visitors continue their care home visits to manage risk in an intelligent and measured way in each home. Available to all HammondCare resident’s loved ones, the program helps inform and educate people on topics that can help minimise the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

Read more about HammondCare's response to COVID-19 here.

To learn more about HammondCare Scone, call 1800 776 112

We are always happy to organise a tour of the care home, or we can arrange to meet with you at a location that suits you and your family.

How much does residential care cost?

We offer a range of pricing and accommodation options. This will depend on a number of factors, including your individual circumstances and care needs.

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