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RESPITE & SUPPORT SERVICES

 

 

 

Burnie Brae offers onsite Day Respite (Club Respite) as well as In-Home Respite care to clients. For older Seniors who require extra support, Burnie Brae’s Club Respite offers experienced staff and a program which includes a range of activities, entertainment and outings in a safe and social setting. Morning tea, lunch, and transport to and from the Centre within designated boundaries is included as part of the daily fee. Club Respite allows Carers to take a break from their role with the peace of mind knowing that their loved one is in the best hands.

 

Burnie Brae Club Respite is…

  • A progressive safe haven for elderly people with a person-centered approach.
  • Open for everyone from Monday to Friday with a different program each day.
  • Warm and friendly staff who are dedicated and very experienced.
  • A light-filled space with a beautiful aspect overlooking a Park
  • Part of the Burnie Brae Community, so visits can be integrated with other services like Hairdressing, Podiatry, Massage and Exercise Physiology.
  • Freshly cooked meals from the Café, cooking all the classic dishes.
  • Next to a community garden with raised garden beds dedicated for Club Respite clients

 

For further information submit an enquiry via the form below or contact us on (07) 3624 2136 or respite@burniebrae.org.au

 

Funded by the Australian Government Department of Health

Disclaimer   Although funding for this service has been provided by the Australian Government, the material contained herein does not necessarily represent the views or policies of the Australian Government.

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