Amana Living Inc.

541 Hay Street
Subiaco Western Australia, 6008


About

Mission
To excel in providing Christian care and services in Western Australia to people living the second half of their life.

Values
Compassion: Courtesy and kindness are extended to each person in every circumstance.

Justice: All interactions are based on fairness and honesty.

Hope: Is the expectation of triumph over every challenge.

Inclusiveness: We exist to serve people from all walks of life.

Residential Aged Care

We offer high care and low care residential aged care to over 800 residents across Western Australia. Our staff are on call 24 hours a day and take care of all your personal needs including all meals, laundry services, cleaning, help with everyday living such as showering, dressing et cetera.  

Our facilities cater for those with dementia and some facilities provide ‘extra service’ care. Extra service means residents are provided with a superior level of comfort and choice with ‘hotel’ like services.  

Home and Community Services

If you’re a carer who needs a welcome break or an elderly person who needs a few hours of help around the house, then our home and community care services may be for you. 

These services are nursing care delivered to your home, where a nurse will help around the house and help you for a certain amount of hours a week. An individual care program is made for you and will help you to stay in your own home for as long as possible.

Day Clubs
Three of our sites offer day club services, day clubs are designed for people with dementia and gives them an opportunity to socialise and enjoy a range of activities.

Our day clubs also great for carers who need a short term break.

Our day clubs are located at Bullcreek, Kincross and Osborne Park.

 

Our facilities

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Amana Living Welcomes Talented Musician & Music Therapist

on Thursday, March 8, 2018

At nine years old, Giuseppe Reina began studying violin and piano at the Conservatorium in Sicily. Later, he studied at the University of Rome and spent his free time volunteering as a Music Therapist in local hospitals. Now, 15 years later, he is bringing his vibrant passion for music to Amana Living.

Amana Living Launches Six-Week Long Arts Festival

on Thursday, February 15, 2018

WA’s first ever arts festival created specifically for seniors, the Amana Living Arts Festival, launched this Monday 12th February.

Amana Living Announces Meadow Springs Acquisition

on Friday, December 22, 2017

Leading Western Australian aged care provider, Amana Living, has announced its acquisition of Settlers Meadow Springs Retirement Village in Mandurah from the Ingenia Communities Group. 

McCusker Donation to Unique Dementia Nursing Service

on Wednesday, September 20, 2017

WA’s only dedicated service to support carers of people with dementia (run by Amana Living) has been given a large boost by the McCusker Charitable Foundation.

WA Governor Opens New Aged Care Training Institute

on Wednesday, August 16, 2017

The next generation of people coming into aged care are in safe hands with the official opening of the Amana Living Training Institute (ALTI) in Rivervale by Her Excellency the Honourable Kerry Sanderson AC Governor of Western Australia.

Short-Term Restorative Care For Older People

on Monday, July 31, 2017

Older West Australians who need intensive support to help them remain living in their own home can now access a Short-Term Restorative Care program through Amana Living

Loneliness and Making New Friends in Later Life

on Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Making new friends can be daunting for anyone but it can be doubly hard if you’ve lost a partner or your mobility has been hampered by ill-health. Combine that with some of the realities of later life, such as family living further afield and friends passing away, and it makes loneliness one of the biggest challenges for older people.

Generations Unite to Help People with Dementia Reconnect with Music

on Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Aged care organisation Amana Living and St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School have teamed up to support the expansion of an innovative music program for people living with dementia.

New Package Launched To Fill Home Care Gap

on Thursday, May 25, 2017

Older people waiting for a Commonwealth Government home care package can now access new support, thanks to Amana Living.

Amana Living Stalwart Honoured For 30 Years' Service

on Monday, March 20, 2017

Mandurah local Helen Gardner has been recognised for 30 years of service at Amana Living.

A New Player in Aged Care Training

on Friday, March 3, 2017

A new training organisation for the aged, home and community care (HACC) and disability care sectors has been launched by Western Australian aged care provider Amana Living.

Strong Bonds Form Between Pre-Schoolers And People Living With Dementia

on Friday, December 30, 2016

Four-year-olds from the Unicare Early Childhood Centre have spent every Tuesday morning with older people at Amana Living’s Club Catherine King in Osborne Park for the last three months. They’ve taken part in singing, drawing, story-time, bingo, crafts and even watched the Melbourne Cup together.  

Painting A Bright Picture Of Ageing

on Thursday, November 10, 2016

A trip to an art gallery might seem common place for some, but for an isolated older person it can be an uplifting experience with lasting health benefits. In WA, more than a quarter of over 65s in private dwellings live alone – higher than the proportion for all Australians. With the ramifications of social isolation comparable to smoking and obesity, it’s a significant public health problem.

New Focus On Art In Transition Care

on Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Helping to restore independence and health, as far as possible, following a hospital stay is the focus of transition care for older people. While the emphasis is generally on physical recovery, the new partnership between Amana Living and the Black Swan Prize for Portraiture places an emphasis on mental wellbeing.

Collaborative Research Encourages Older People to Move

on Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Curtin University is partnering with Amana Living on a collaborative research project designed to get older people moving, enhance their wellbeing and improve their quality of life.

New Amana Living Home Care Services

on Tuesday, July 19, 2016

The introduction of consumer-directed care has enabled Amana Living to offer some brand new home care services. 

Amana Living Supports WA Portrait Prize

on Thursday, July 14, 2016

Amana Living, one of WA’s leading providers of care and services for over-55s, has become the 2016 sponsor of the $7,500 People’s Choice Prize for the Black Swan Prize for Portraiture - WA’s only portrait prize that attracts entries from across Australia.

Virtual Support Launched for Carers of People with Dementia

on Friday, June 24, 2016

In a national first, WA aged care provider Amana Living has launched a virtual support service for people living with dementia.

Let Nurses Lead, Says Health Care Expert from Amana Living

on Thursday, May 12, 2016

The clinical health leader for Amana Living, one of WA’s largest aged care providers, is widening the influence of Registered Nurses and providing leadership training.

High-profile CEO to Lead Amana Living Aged Care Into New Era

on Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Tourism WA chief Stephanie Buckland has been appointed as the new CEO of Amana Living, one of Western Australia’s largest providers of care, housing and services for over-55s. She will take up the position on 1 August 2016. 

Volunteer Artist Paints Murals for Amana Living Aged Care Centre

on Monday, May 9, 2016

Volunteer artist Jane Dacruz is creating murals for residents at an Amana Living dementia care centre.

Social Program Combats Isolation for Perth Seniors  

on Friday, April 15, 2016

Social isolation can be as damaging as smoking 15 cigarettes a day and, with the number of lone person households in WA increasing, there’s a growing need to cushion the impact of loneliness on health. A Perth social outings program is making a real difference.

Governor Opens Centre for Seniors Needing Restorative Care

on Tuesday, February 23, 2016

The Governor of Western Australia has opened a new transition care centre for older people recovering from a hospital stay. Her Excellency the Honourable Kerry Sanderson AO, Governor of WA and Amana Living Patron, toured Transition Care Bull Creek before declaring the centre officially open in February. 

Never too old! Register now for the 2016 Wii World Cup

on Monday, January 18, 2016

The 2016 Wii World Cup will once again see teams from among the ‘just retired’ to those in their mid-90s competing in three divisions. Amana Living is inviting aged care centres, respite clubs and retirement villages from across Australia to register by 29 January.

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