Dementia Specific

Dementia Specific Care is offered by facilities with specially trained staff and environs that meet the needs of residents with dementia. Purposeful design can include use of colour, placement of furniture and secure, yet non-threatening, areas for those prone to wandering.


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St Andrews Village is a place of warmth, friendliness and tranquillity providing high-quality care based on the Christian principles of love and care for each individual.

Our village currently comprises 30 self-care townhouses, 176 hostel rooms (including dementia specific) and 6 respite beds.

We have 2 and 3 bedroom townhouses, all of which have a courtyard, laundry, en-suite and a fully equipped kitchen.  Most have internal access from the garage.



Presbyterian Aged Care Wescott is a multi-care needs facility located on the Stockton peninsula, between the harbour and the sea. It is in close proximity to Newcastle, and a short walk from the regular ferry service to the city. There are a large number of communal living areas, separate dining rooms, and activity rooms. There are outdoor areas and gardens available that provide residents with a pleasant and safe outdoor area for activities, special events such as lunches, BBQ’s, or simply for sitting and enjoying.


Presbyterian Aged Care Drummoyne (Minnamurra) is a new purpose built residential aged care facility. Thoughtful design has created a lifestyle building, with generous communal living areas, separate dining rooms, intimate sitting rooms, activities room, courtyards, and balconies (with views over the local area and to the city).  

Large individual resident rooms with interior design feature, and en-suites are available in all low care rooms, and the secure dementia specific unit.


Presbyterian Aged Care Ashfield is a multi-care facility located within easy walking distance to the Ashfield station. Comprising three distinct areas of accommodation, which are linked by three courtyards, the facility has a village type feel that gives residents a sense of community and of space.  

High Care accommodation is provided in large shared rooms, which all have access to the large balcony that surrounds the building, with either a street or courtyard outlook.

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