Multicultural Aged Care Services Geelong

100 Weddell Road
North Geelong Victoria, 3215


Our Vision - Culturally diverse individuals living life to the full

Our Purpose - MACS is dedicated to providing excellence in aged care

Our Values - Diversity, Dignity, Integrity, Respect & Empowerment

Operating under the ‘Invisible Walls’ care model, we provide our aged multicultural and Anglo-Saxon community with a comprehensive range of services that respects the individual’s or family’s preferences, whilst providing for the evolving level of care necessary.

Being able to accommodate the changing care needs of our consumers enables us to provide independence and choice at every level. By providing continuity and security, we’ve soothed the stages of aging, easing any unnecessary worry put upon our consumers and their families through an effective transition period.

Each of MACS’ services are underpinned by our purpose, ‘to offer consumers and families the choice that lets them live their best lives.’

Our comprehensive range of services includes:

  • Residential Care
  • Independent Living Units
  • Supported Residential Facility (Bella Chara)
  • Respite Care
  • Home Services
  • Home Care Packages
  • Palliative Care

You don’t have to have all the answers at the start. Our friendly team will foster a two-way relationship with you from your first interaction with us. We will listen to you and discuss your situation and what you or your loved one may need, now and in the future.

For more information about our services call us today on the phone number above.

 

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Flowing and Ageing with Grace Made Easy

on Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Are Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi Moves for everybody? These activities might be new and unusual for people from different cultural backgrounds and older age. Can they embrace them?  Even if it’s yoga from a chair? In a word, definitely! Earlier this month, MACS’ Home Care consumers are jumping at the chance up to attend Mindful Moves in the MACS’ chapel.

Growing a Greater Sense of Life Through Music

on Tuesday, April 25, 2017

There are many robust conversations on the power of music for seniors. In recent years, this topic has escalated as we sharpen our focus on health, well-being and re-enablement for older persons. It has flowed past the idea that music is a heavenly pursuit, a stimulant or relaxant. Or a diversion. We now talk about the intentional use of music to heighten therapeutic, emotional and spiritual status in an older individual.

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