BlueCross Highgrove

BlueCross Highgrove

49 bed residential aged care facility in Kew, VIC

79 Stevenson St
Kew VIC 3101
1300 133 414
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Top level nursing care is provided by our qualified and dedicated staff in a residential setting at BlueCross Highgrove. Our team of specialists work hard to deliver individualised care for the aged.

About BlueCross Highgrove

Key Features of BlueCross Highgrove

Kew’s ageing residents are enthusiastically served here at BlueCross Highgrove. We pride ourselves on providing top level medical care and also addressing the total well-being of our residents, including their mental health and physical needs. Our facility provides a wide variety of services to residents including ageing in place, extra service beds, respite program, meals supplied and communal facilities.

Personal Care Services

Support is provided by our care aides to sustain our residents’ independence at BlueCross Highgrove. Increasing our residents’ independence is accomplished with our staff’s support. We aim to improve the standard of living for all of our residents by employing caregivers who are patient and caring, and who work to increase our residents’ enjoyment of life. Dressing, hygiene, mobility and exercise help; as well as eating and drinking assistance are some of the things we are here to help with.

Food and nutrition at BlueCross Highgrove

At BlueCross Highgrove we are proud to offer meals that are prepared at our facility and are well thought out and healthful. Residents are able to choose where they’d prefer to eat; either in a communal dining area or in their room. Dietary restrictions can be of concern, and having preparation at the facility better allows us to meet these needs.

Why choose BlueCross Highgrove

Our residents are treated to a life of community and care with our volunteers and staff providing the same open spirit you would find in families and friends. We have a wonderful community in BlueCross Highgrove that spreads throughout Kew. Drop by and see for yourself.


Highlights
We like to think of ourselves as a home not a facility. It is a small boutique home essentially low care with Aging in place.

Home features
Arts and crafts
BBQ area
Computer and internet access
Cooking classes
Courtyard
Dining room
Exercise classes
Fireplace
Foxtel
Gardens
Group games
Hairdressing
In-home chef
Kitchen on-site
Laundry on-site
Library
Lift
Menu choices
Music therapy
Newspaper
Outdoor dining
Outings and excursions
Pet friendly
Pet therapy
Pharmacy services
Phone in-room
Smoking area
TV
Visitors parking
Wi-Fi

1300 133 414

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Rooms and pricing

Residential accommodation create their fees based on a RAD (Refundable Accommodation Deposit) and a daily rate. Many facilities will negotiate these fees. Use the calculator below to see how a lower RAD can be offset by a highly daily rate

Did you know?

If you cannot pay the upfront Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD), you can pay a combination of RAD and DAP (Daily Accommodation Payment).

Funding options for residential aged care

How much have you got for a RAD payment?

Drag the slide to calculate accurate room costs in the table below.

Room type Cost
Standard
Single room with Private ensuite
14.2 – 20.8m2
$600,000 maximum
RAD
or $65.92 maximum
Daily rate
Superior
Single room with Private ensuite
18.7 – 30.1m2
$838,000 maximum
RAD
or $92.07 maximum
Daily rate
Deluxe
Single room with Private ensuite
24.9 – 32.8m2
$943,000 maximum
RAD
or $103.60 maximum
Daily rate
Apartment
Single room with Private ensuite
25.5 – 38.9m2
$1,257,000 maximum
RAD
or $138.10 maximum
Daily rate
Superior Apartment
Single room with Private ensuite
33.2 – 55.9m2
$1,466,000 maximum
RAD
or $161.06 maximum
Daily rate
Disclaimer

The information which is summarised herein does not constitute financial or other professional advice and is general in nature.

It does not take into account specific circumstances and should not be acted on without full understanding of your current situation.

Any objectives should be discussed with an Aged Care Financial Advisor.

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