Baptistcare is one of WA’s largest not-for-profit providers of residential care, at home services and retirement living, supporting individuals and communities in metro and regional areas for over 45 years.

Baptistcare’s dedicated team takes the time to get to know you beyond your health care needs, with the aim of ensuring everyone has every opportunity to live life to the full the way they want.

With 11 residential aged care homes located in Perth and the South West of Western Australia, Baptistcare caters to a wide range of care needs. Whether you need permanent residential, respite or specialised dementia-friendly accommodation, Baptistcare can support you.

Baptistcare also provides home care services in Western Australia.

The Baptistcare community is one of perpetual warmth and friendliness, with professionally trained staff available 24/7 to tend to residents’ needs.

Baptistcare’s residential aged care homes all provide the highest possible standard of care and offer a range of services, including:

  • Strong involvement of the residents’ families and friends
  • Achieving the highest possible quality of life
  • Personalised approach to the wellbeing of residents
  • Specialist teams of care staff
  • Innovative social and entertainment programs
  • Homely and comfortable living environments
  • Meals freshly prepared on site
  • Rehabilitation
  • Occupational therapy and physiotherapy
  • Hairdressing and beautician facilities
  • Chaplaincy services to meet spiritual needs
  • Security
  • Dementia specific facilities with staff trained specifically to meet acute needs.

The Commonwealth Government monitors care and accommodation standards in all residential aged care homes. All Baptistcare homes have been awarded the maximum three years accreditation under the Accreditation Standards as set by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing.

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Serving Up Happiness in a Cone at Baptistcare Gracehaven

on Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Local small business owner, Leah Endersby, believes old-fashioned soft serve ice cream is the ultimate feel good food. So, when she heard seniors at Baptistcare Gracehaven Residential Care in Rockingham couldn’t receive visitors due to COVID-19 restrictions she decided what they needed was some happiness in a cone.

Kindy Kids Share the Spirit of Christmas with Seniors at Baptistcare Mirrambeena

on Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Reminiscent of the hit ABC documentary Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds, more than 30 kindy students joined seniors at Baptistcare Mirrambeena Residential Care on Friday for a festive morning of song and dance, tea and cake, and big smiles.

A Dream Come True for Lee Kernaghan Fan

on Tuesday, September 3, 2019

While going to a music concert is something most people take for granted, for 72-year old paraplegic and Baptistcare Home Care customer Susan Edmonds it can be a logistically and physically challenging experience. But when the country music fan heard Australian music legend, Lee Kernaghan, would be playing at the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre in August, there was no way she was going to miss his show.

A Farm On Wheels Visits Residents at Baptistcare Gracewood

on Wednesday, August 21, 2019

It was a happy day for all involved when a farm on wheels came to visit Baptistcare Gracewood Residential Care in Salter Point.

Music Therapy Unlocks Memories for Baptistcare Residents

on Monday, July 8, 2019

Music has an incredible effect on both our hearts and our minds. For seniors, particularly those living with dementia, familiar songs from times gone by can remain vivid, triggering memories in a way nothing else can.  

Rescue Joeys Bring Joy to Baptistcare Residents

on Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Residents at Baptistcare Yallambee Residential Care in Mundaring were treated to a special visit from a group of baby kangaroos.

98 Adoptive Grandparents for Baby Pyper

on Thursday, May 9, 2019

It is said it takes a village to raise a child and when it comes to two-month- old Pyper Nancy Winter, nothing could be closer to the truth. Instead of the usual number of grandparents, she has 98 adopted seniors at Baptistcare’s Gracehaven Residential Care in Rockingham doting on her.

Age Is No Barrier to Friendship at Baptistcare William Carey Court

on Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Forming friendships with some of Busselton’s most senior residents has proved to be a rich learning experience for a group of 17-year-old Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander boys from the Clontarf Foundation. The eight boys who were in the South West for a Leadership Camp spent the day at Baptistcare William Carey Court Residential Care in Busselton undertaking voluntary maintenance work and playing bingo, chatting and sharing afternoon tea with some of the elderly residents.

Funding Boost for Margaret River Aged Care

on Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Projects to encourage people living with dementia to reminisce, participate and feel more connected with their Margaret River environment are now possible thanks to a $30,000 grant from Alzheimer’s WA and the Royalties for Region scheme. 

Grant Provides New Ride for Seniors

on Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Residents at Baptistcare’s William Carey Court in Busselton are now on the move in grand style thanks to a generous grant of $49,665 from Lotterywest. 

Baptistcare Workers Bucking the Job Swap Trend in Western Australia

on Tuesday, March 13, 2018

In a day and age of instant gratification and an emphasis on job satisfaction, statistics show that the era of a job for life is over with the average Australian having more than 17 job changes in a lifetime.

107th Birthday Celebration For Salter Point Senior

on Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Last week, Baptistcare Gracewood resident Effie Hamilton received her seventh letter from Queen Elizabeth II marking her 107th birthday.

Green Light for Baptistcare to Examine Exciting Accommodation Options for Seniors in Rockingham

on Thursday, February 15, 2018

Baptistcare will explore a range of options to create new accommodation alternatives for seniors in Rockingham as part of the dynamic Challenger Precinct Redevelopment. 

Mundaring Seniors Get Up Close and Personal With Local Reptiles

on Thursday, January 25, 2018

Residents at Baptistcare's Yallambee Residential Care in Mundaring recently got up close and personal with a giant python and a collection of his scaly friends. 

Baptistcare Resident Turns 105

on Thursday, August 31, 2017

Bea May, a resident at Baptistcare Yallambee Residential Care in Mundaring, recently celebrated her 105th birthday.

Celebrating Men’s Health Week at Baptistcare

on Friday, June 30, 2017

To celebrate Men’s Health Week, male residents and employees at Baptistcare Gracehaven Residential Care in Rockingham made the most of the warm winter sunshine by having a barbecue lunch and going for a walk in Rockingham’s HMAS Warramunga Park.  

Baptistcare Announces Graydn Spinks as New General Manager Aged Care Services

on Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Baptistcare in Western Australia has announced the appointment of Mr Graydn Spinks as its new General Manager Aged Care Services. 

Perth Dementia Innovation Showcased Internationally

on Friday, June 2, 2017

Baptistcare Lifestyle Coordinator Shizuka Yokoi recently presented at Alzheimer’s Disease International’s 32nd International Conference in Kyoto, Japan.

Playgroup for the Young and Young at Heart

on Monday, May 15, 2017

Residents at Baptistcare Yallambee Residential Care in Mundaring recently had the chance to interact with a variety of cuddly animals when their new intergenerational playgroup had an animal farm visit.

Playgroup at Baptistcare Yallambee Launches in Mundaring

on Thursday, February 16, 2017

A new intergenerational playgroup for the Mundaring community, Playgroup at Baptistcare Yallambee, was recently launched at Baptistcare Yallambee residential care facility.

Baptistcare Announces Russell Bricknell as New CEO

on Monday, January 23, 2017

Baptistcare in Western Australia has announced the appointment of Mr Russell Bricknell as its new Chief Executive Officer, effective April 2017.

Baptistcare Gracehaven’s Playgroup Friends

on Friday, July 29, 2016

Social interaction between the oldest and youngest members of our community has been shown to have wonderfully positive effects.

Baptistcare Hosts Singapore Aged Care Study Tour

on Friday, July 22, 2016

Last month, Baptistcare hosted a study group of seven aged care professionals from Singapore. Over three weeks, the visitors had the opportunity to learn about aged care in Australia and visit Baptistcare’s Gracewood, David Buttfield Centre, William Carey Court and Mirrambeena residential aged care homes in Perth, Margaret River and Busselton.

Triple Birthday Celebrations at Baptistcare Gracewood

on Monday, February 22, 2016

Baptistcare's Gracewood residential aged care home in Salter Point, South Perth had much to celebrate last month. Three residents turned 93, 100 and 105 within a week of each other and had a special morning tea attended by friends, family, Baptistcare staff and the WA Minister for Seniors and Volunteering, the Hon Tony Simpson MLA. 

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