Originally built as a hostel for people from eastern European backgrounds, Acacia Court was opened by the City of Woodville in 1983 and the facility’s management and ownership was transferred to Eldercare in 2001.
Acacia Court has undergone several refurbishments since becoming an Eldercare residential aged care facility. A full refurbishment of resident rooms and upgrades to the kitchen and laundry facilities commenced in October 2016 providing residents with modern high care accommodation.
In addition to residential aged care, Acacia Court is also home to Eldercare’s Day Therapy Centre which provides a full range of allied health services for members of the community who live in the western suburbs.
Accommodation types at Acacia Court range from single rooms with private ensuites to double rooms with shared bathroom facilities.
Acacia Court also has a designated Memory Support Unit for residents who are living with dementia. Our award-winning Dementia Excellence Program is leading the way in person-centred care for people with dementia and has been embedded into Acacia Court’s clinical and lifestyle programs.
There is a large courtyard area which residents and families are encouraged to use and enjoy. The courtyard’s main feature is the duck pond which creates a calming, homelike atmosphere. There are also kitchen facilities, lounge areas and courtyards located across the facility.
Health professionals visit regularly including a podiatrist, dietician and speech pathologist. Acacia Court’s hairdresser visits twice a week with services available at an additional cost.
All meals are cooked on-site daily by a chef with two courses served for lunch and three courses for dinner each day. A cooked breakfast is offered one day per week with a continental breakfast served on the remaining days.
Acacia Court’s comprehensive Lifestyle Program is designed to cater for, and celebrate, residents from diverse cultural backgrounds. The program’s dedicated team facilitates various activity and interest groups, shopping trips and excursions; all of which are tailored to ensure residents can participate regardless of their care needs. The Lifestyle team supports resident choice and independence with residents and their families heavily involved in the development of the program. Volunteers also provide valuable support to the Lifestyle team.
Some of the Lifestyle options at Acacia Court include cooking classes, aromatherapy sessions, pet therapy and themed events. Bus trips to varying destinations are also held twice a month.
Acacia Court has strong links with the local community. The Charles Sturt Library regularly delivers books for resident use and the local hardware store visits twice a year to lead craft sessions. Local schools also visit several times a year to perform for the residents.
Families are encouraged, and welcomed, to attend Acacia Court’s quarterly family meetings and to visit their relative’s home anytime on a ‘come and go’ basis as there are no restrictions to visiting hours.
Additionally, Acacia Court’s Chaplain is on-site four days per week to provide emotional and spiritual support to residents and their families.
To complement our high quality service, we provide an Additional Services package that includes a variety of features for your added care and comfort:
Acacia Court is located in the western Adelaide suburb of Hendon approximately 12km from the Adelaide CBD. The facility is a short drive to the coast and local shops.
Amenities such as the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Westfield West Lakes Shopping Centre are easily accessible via public transport services. There is a bus stop located just outside the main entrance on Tapleys Hill Road and the Seaton Park railway station is also nearby.
Eldercare is committed to ensuring that you and your representative understand your rights in relation to the care you receive.
These rights are outlined in the Australian Government’s Charter of Aged Care Rights and they apply when you start receiving Government-subsidised residential care services.
Eldercare’s residential care services are accredited by the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission who conduct regular unannounced visits.
Eldercare must demonstrate that it meets all eight Standards in order to continue to receive funding from the Australian Government.