THE ABEL TASMAN VILLAGE ASSOCIATION LIMITED
222 Waldron Road, Chester Hill, NSW. 2162
Telephone: (02) 9645 3388 Fax: (02) 9644 7002
Email: postmaster@abeltasman.com.au
Aged Care Placement
Respite or Permanent placement? Here you will find the information that will help you make an informed decision about Aged Care and Abel Tasman Villag ...
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Community Care
Community Aged Care Packages are designed to assist people who have multiple care needs to remain comfortably in their own homes as independently as p ...
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Staff & Volunteers
Working with the elderly is not just about personal care. Staff & volunteers interact with the residents throughout the day. You might be the right pe ...
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Village News
Here is a collection of the recent news regarding Abel Tasman Village - everything from residents outings to clinical care, assessments, upcoming even ...
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About Abel Tasman Village

Located in Chester Hill the Village was conceived by the Dutch Community and was built with funds raised by them and further assisted through Federal and State funding. Accredited by The Standards Agency for residential care and Quality Monitoring for the Community Aged Care Packages we continuously strive for best practice in all areas of service delivery.

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Currently we have 62 low care units for the care of the elderly in the community. Our residents are “Ageing in Place” and have the opportunity to progress from Low care to High care and where necessary to Palliative care. A 10 bed secure dementia specific is also available on site. Our buildings are certified by the Department of Health and Ageing. We are currently working on a major upgrade to accommodate an additional 29 residents.

Latest Aged Care News

News 11.03.14: Site Development - update
Photo's of the Central Building construction progress in February 2014.
News 01.02.14: Site Development - update
Photo's of the Central Building construction progress in January 2014.
News 29.12.13: Site Development - update
Photo's of the Central Building construction progress in December 2013.