Private Rest Home Studios
We have 16 Studios available in our Care Centre for people who need Rest Home Level Care. All our studios have a spacious room with a kitchenette, room for a bed, a double wardrobe and an ensuite bathroom. All studios have a ranch slider door.
Studios are owned by residents via an Occupation Rights Agreement.
There is a daily fee that covers care costs. This includes providing three meals a day, cleaning, doing laundry, providing light nursing care and more. From 1 July 2020, the fee is $166.14 including GST per day. For private paying residents, there is a maximum contribution of $1,162.98 per week.
For more information about prices for our studios, please check the COST – ORA & Fees page on our website. You can also download our Ons Dorp Information Booklet.
Private Rest Home Rooms
We have 4 Private Rest Home Rooms. Each varies in size, but all have plenty of space for a bed, chair, set of drawers and a small wardrobe. They all have a hand basin, although shower and toilet facilities are shared.
As is the case with our Rest Home Studios, there is a daily fee for our Rest Home Rooms. This covers care costs such as the provision of meals throughout the day, cleaning, laundry and light nursing care. The current daily fee for private rest homerooms for private paying residents is $161.30 incl. GST. The maximum contribution is $1,129.10 per week.
Private Hospital Rooms
Our Private Hospital is licensed for 24 High Level Care beds, i.e. beds to cater for people with very high needs. Each room has space for a bed, chair, set of drawers and a small wardrobe.
They all have a hand basin, although shower and toilet facilities are shared. There is a daily fee that covers care costs such as 3 meals a day, cleaning, laundry and nursing care. The current daily fee is $263.64 incl. GST per day. For private paying residents, there is a maximum contribution of $1,162.98 per week.
In all situations, we determine priority levels based on the care needs of those involved. If multiple individuals have similar care needs, those living in the Village have priority over those who do not live in the Village.