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The benefits of retirement and aged care living at Westmont

The number of Australians living in retirement and aged care communities like Westmont is growing each year. At present over 2,500 facilities exist around the country with approximately 148,000 people living in them…

There are many benefits to retirement and aged care living, so to work out if this could be a good option for you, read on.

A sense of community: So many retirees live alone or far away from friends and family. A retirement and aged care community will give you a feeling of being part of a group of like-minded people. These are people in a similar stage of their life who are also looking for connection with others.

Low maintenance living: Communities like Westmont have shared spaces that you don’t need to personally maintain. That means no vacuuming after breakfast and no lawns to mow. If you want to travel, you can simply lock your door and get going without having to worry.

An active lifestyle: Most facilities like Westmont are located in areas with quality services and fun activities on site or close by.  You won’t need to travel too far to get a round of golf in, take a swim, or simply enjoy the outdoors and take in the scenery on Westmont’s walking paths.

Flexible options: Westmont have a lifestyle option for everyone, and if your needs change you may decide to take advantage of specific services as they become available.

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Westmont Aged Care Services Ltd is dedicated to providing aged, community care and lifestyle options to the people of our region with respect, dignity and choice.

Our philosophy is ‘Caring for All by All’. Continuous improvement is a driving force at Westmont as we welcome and encourage feedback from all our stakeholders.

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265 Baranduda Boulevard, Baranduda VIC 3691

Located on the border of Victoria and New South Wales.
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Relatives and friends may visit the Homestead at any reasonable hour. All visitors are requested to sign in and out. It is encouraged that you call prior to visiting to ensure visiting hours have not been changed.