Montclaire Aged Care
Welcome to Montclaire Aged Care.
Our extra service home is a unique, elegant aged care residence within an outstanding heritage listed building where residents relax and enjoy the quaint, peaceful garden courtyards and a variety of intimate sitting areas. Known to the local Brighton area as a historic treasure, the boutique style home is a community in itself. Montclaire offers all levels of respite, permanent and palliative care.
In choosing Montclaire as your new home, you become a member of our Allity family. This means much more than a place to live. It is an active community that understands the importance of companionship, values and encourages independence while ensuring support is on hand at all times.
Whether the need is immediate short term assistance of long term care, we look forward to providing you with the guidance and planning to make the transition to care with confidence
Excited to visit your new home? Book a tour with us by contacting Montclaire Aged Care today and asking our friendly staff about availabilities.
We look forward to meeting you and making every day the best it can be.
- Beauty Spa
- Capabilities to support "Ageing in Place" providing support and care as resident's medical and care needs change
- Comprehensive activity program
- Emergency Call System 24/7
- Foxtel in common areas
- Foxtel In-Room
- Hairdresser onsite.
- Hot Buffet Breakfast
- Kiosk opened regularly
- Landscaped Gardens
- Laundry services are available.
- Meals prepared by qualified chefs/cooks. Our professional hospitality team prepares well-balanced, healthy and appetising meals. Special dietary requirements are easily accommodated.
- Nursing Care appropriate to your needs
- Outdoor Entertaining Area
- Pharmacy services offered.
- Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Hairdressing & Allied Health Services available
- Private function room for special family events
- Regular Bus Outings
- Regular church services.
- Regular 'Happy Hour' with beverages & finger foods.
- Wireless Internet Connection (Wi-Fi)
Single Room Private Ensuite
Superior furnishing with king single beds and double sliding door built-in robes. Features a period style ensuite. Abundance of natural light.
Single Private - Balcony
Superior furnished, single room with an abundance of natural light and private balcony. The room features a period style ensuite and double sliding door built-in robes.
Single Room - Large
Extra large light filled room with superior furnished bedroom and double sliding door built-in robes. Features a period style ensuite.
Single Room - Suite
Large superior double room is furnished with double sliding door built in wardrobes and kitchenette. Features period style ensuite and furnishings all in keeping with the designed look and feel of room.
Entertainment & Technology
- Care App Connecting Families with Love Ones
- Guest Wi-Fi
- Internet Kiosk
- Widescreen HDTV
- Enhanced dining experience
- Hot Breakfast
- Menu choice
- Quality beverage service
- Happy Hour
- Regular Bus Outings
- Bus Outings
Respite Care – Your Home away from Home
While our Homes are known and established within local communities for permanent residential care and services, we are also experienced in providing individualised short term respite care, be it planned or due to an emergency.
What is Respite Care?
Events in life just happen, and it is in those times that short term respite can provide the help and support for carers needing a rest or elderly individuals requiring day to day care. Respite care can be planned or unplanned, and can range from a few nights to a few weeks, depending on your needs at any point in time.
Am I eligible for residential Respite Care?
Generally speaking, residential respite care is available for older persons who have carers assisting with their day to day activities and care needs. An initial face-to-face assessment is conducted by Age Care Assessment Teams to ensure you meet the criteria for respite care.
How long can I have respite care?
In a residential aged care setting, you can have access of up to 63 days of subsidised care in any one financial year. You also have the opportunity if needed to extend this by 21 days at a time.
When is Respite Care used?
At Allity, we have residents who book in regularly for respite as part of their family routine giving both the carers and the individual receiving care ‘time out’. Situations where respite care is beneficial include when:
Carers or families have holidays booked and want to ensure their loved one is well looked after in place that is familiar, comfortable and with people they know - which includes other residents and staff in our Homes.
Carers become ill or unable to provide the care and support for any length of time and want to ensure their loved one is looked after in a secure, professional and welcoming environment.
What should I expect?
We understand how distressing it can be to move away from a family home, even if it is temporary. When you come to Allity for respite care, our aim is to create a Home away from Home for our residents to make the settling-in period as easy as it can be. You can expect the same quality of care that permanent residents receive including all meals, laundry services, social activities and all of your care needs.
To find out more about Respite care options, you can contact a Home near you or send us your details and we will be in touch to assist any way we can.