Live Your Best Life in Our Retirement Village
CBCS retirement villages are happy, friendly places with a genuine sense of community – a real heart, where your loved ones and friends are always welcome. In our retirement village, you can choose to do as much or as little as you like knowing that you are secure, surrounded by warmth and companionship.
Benefits of Independent Living in Retirement Villages
Independent Living in a New Lambton retirement village has many benefits. You can live independently, similar to what you currently do at home but with the added benefits of comfort, security, no maintenance worries, future peace of mind, happy neighbours and everything our village has to offer.
As we age, people sometimes have more health concerns and want to live somewhere with care on hand. All our villages have call buttons with access to 24 hours emergency assistance. We can assist you with in-home support and care services to enable you to remain living at home as long as you want, safely and independently. All of our villages also have Aged Care Homes co-located on-site should higher care be required.
Maintaining the gardens, lawn, the exterior of the house and possibly even a pool can be time-consuming, costly and exhausting. These onerous tasks are all taken care of at our villages with all costs covered in your weekly levies. Some people may consider downsizing from a house to an apartment outside a retirement village and although there is less maintenance there is still a concern that you may have to find more money for special levies, as well as other issues over which you have no control such as noise and a transient population.
Security and Community
Some people feel a little isolated living at home for a couple of reasons:
- Perhaps they no longer hold a driver’s license or are unable to drive themselves, meaning they no longer have the independence to get out and about to do the shopping or go out to social activities and occasions. In all our villages we provide a village bus for regular trips to the shops. Our buses are also available for various planned social outings organised by the village and residents.
- Others have expressed a degree of loneliness of living in their suburban street with their neighbours at work. Living within a retirement village you are part of a vibrant community in the company of other residents with whom many people forge wonderful social connections and make new friends.
A full range of services, facilities and activities in our secure retirement village also means you can choose to be as involved as much or as little as you wish.
Lynden Grove Retirement Village
At CBCS, our Cardiff Heights retirement village, Lynden Grove, is a charming and friendly village, opening the door to a new freedom for the not-so-retiring. With beautiful fully-maintained gardens and an active community, we welcome you to discover your new home.
Lynden Grove Retirement Village offers 40+ one, two and three-bedroom homes and is ideally located within easy walking distance of the local shops. Lynden Grove retirement village offers a wealth of activities and services including emergency call buttons located in every home. The community centre is a great meeting place for residents and guests, boasting a patio, BBQ, lounge, dining room, and woodwork room.
New Lambton Residential Aged Care
A residential aged care service needs to make you feel at home and CBCS works with you to make your experience warm and inviting. With our homelike design, comfortable community areas and private bedrooms we make sure that you feel like you’re at home.
Our staff make you feel welcomed, valued, supported and safe as soon as you walk into our aged care home in New Lambton. We have around-the-clock professionals that can help with bathing, dressing and administering medications. We have a range of aged care recreation and activities programs and services to help you maintain a social and healthy lifestyle including morning teas, walking clubs, exercise classes and chapel services.
Benefits of Our Quality Aged Care Services
Moving into residential aged care has many benefits, helping you to feel welcomed, valued and safe including:
Your outcomes and the paths to them are different for everyone. Our personalised care model focuses on residents getting the right outcomes from their aged care journey. At CBCS, we want people to be able to age with dignity and be treated with respect and having their choices supported is a key part of this.
Staffed around the clock by dedicated professionals, each of our three aged care facilities offers help with bathing, dressing and administering medications. All our aged care homes provide friendly community rooms for functions and family occasions, hair salons, and libraries and our comprehensive recreation and activities programs include morning teas, walking clubs, exercise classes, chapel services and much more. All residents have access to our bus service with frequent trips to shops and local points of interest.
Accommodation and Food
Accommodation comprises beautiful modern rooms with private bathrooms, heating and an emergency call button. Residents enjoy three delicious meals each day, all cooked on-site.
Additional Retirement & Aged Care Services:
Palliative Care New Lambton
If a little extra support is needed each day to maintain maximum independence, CBCS is ready with compassionate, dignified care and service. It’s part of our focus on measures to improve your quality of life by identification of pain, and physical, psychological, social, spiritual and cultural needs.
With palliative care, needs can change quickly and care plans may need to be amended to take note of changing circumstances. While managing the symptoms of life-limiting illnesses is critical, so is the emotional and psychological support for both those we care for and their families.
Dementia Care New Lambton
Every CBCS residential aged care nursing home has areas designed to cater to and care for residents of all abilities, including those living with dementia. Highly skilled and trained staff ensure an optimal quality of life for all. Our clinical team meet regularly to discuss the potential process and procedural improvements and strategies, to ensure the dementia care we provide is best practice and provides residents with the support they need.
Pastoral Care New Lambton
As a Ministry service, Spiritual and Pastoral Care is an important part of life at CBCS. Pastoral Care is about providing holistic care – compassionately caring for the whole person. Such care embraces the needs of the person physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
Whilst our pastoral and spiritual support is built upon a Christian foundation, our Pastoral Care team is available to all residents, their families and close friends, staff and volunteers, regardless of personal beliefs.
To support individual residents’ spiritual needs, we are also able to organise pastoral care services to be provided by staff, volunteers and visiting clergy who have the relevant training and experience to support the practice of the resident’s particular faith. Our pastoral care services are available for residents, loved ones and staff of CBCS. We welcome everyone to attend our services which are held on a variety of days and times.
Groves House Residential Aged Care
Groves House provides quality aged care services to the New Lambton area and has become a well-respected part of the local community. We put person-centred care at the forefront of our design with private ensuite bathrooms, care within dedicated groups, dementia-friendly spaces and palliative care. CBCS has a dedicated lifestyle team to provide regular activities for residents and give them a choice in how they spend their day including meals, activities and outings.
Dedicated to Your Happiness and Care
A dedicated group of staff including clinicians, support staff, subject matter experts, lifestyle consultants, chaplains, managers and care workers, work together to identify important services ensuring residents and their families have a well-supported and seamless journey of care. Depending on your circumstances, you may require none, some or all of the services available – you are unique and we are ready to respond to your individual needs with respect, dignity and inclusion.
Our personalised approach to care aims to assist you with holistic care that meets your individual needs and encourages independence. It is not about you fitting in with our schedule, but about our schedules supporting you to live the way you want to live.