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Residential Aged Care

Clayton Church Homes provides high and low permanent residential aged care and short-term respite accommodation at four locations within metropolitan Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills.

Residential aged care, known by many as a nursing home, is for older people who:

  • can no longer live at home
  • require ongoing help with day-to-day tasks
  • require help with personal health care
  • need a supported accommodation environment.

At Clayton Church Homes, we understand the importance of healthy ageing. Our physical, emotional and pastoral support is tailored to meet individual needs and health challenges, ranging from assistance with daily tasks and personal care to 24-hour nursing care.

We strive to provide quality care and services in accordance with the Aged Care Act 1997 while maintaining all required accreditation standards and standards of care.

Our diverse leisure and lifestyle programs are designed to be meaningful, entertaining and stimulating and include:

  • outings
  • live entertainment,
  • games
  • knitting
  • cooking
  • and much more.

Within our facilities you will be supported, be independent, be respected and above all, Be You.

Our nursing homes

Our nursing homes are located at:

Our residential aged care services are dedicated to providing safe and pleasant accommodation while you continue with your chosen lifestyle as much as possible.

Each of our facilities offer:

  • single rooms with ensuite bathrooms (with the ability to become companion rooms)
  • spacious shared areas such as lounge and dining rooms
  • activity areas
  • gardens and courtyards.

Find out more about what we offer.


The ongoing support of family and friends is integral to health and happiness and visitors are always welcome within our facilities.

We provide plenty of comfortable and welcoming areas for family and friends to gather with their loved ones.

Short-term respite care

Our respite care services allow you to gain an insight into residential aged care or simply enjoy short-term accommodation to give your regular care giver (often family) a break. Our dedicated staff provide daily clinical, emotional and pastoral support, including allied health services, according to your individual care needs.

Join our family

To enter our residential aged care facilities, you will need an Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) assessment to indicate your eligibility for accessing residential aged care or respite care accommodation.

If you have not had an assessment, please refer to the My Aged Care website.

Moving into residential aged care involves considerable change for you and your family, and we are committed to ensuring every individual joining our family feels safe, respected and welcomed.

If you are not ready for admission into residential care, you may choose to join our waiting lists which are maintained by our Admissions Officer for each location.

Find out more

Contact our friendly Admissions Officer to guide you through the process of entering into our residential aged care accommodation by submitting an enquiry form or calling (08) 8404 8204.

More information about our facilities including current vacancies is available via our specific Locations pages.

Alternatively, visit the Australian Government My Aged Care website for further information on the aged care system.

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“I live in a Retirement Living unit and enjoy my garden, especially at the back where I have some raised beds where I grow lettuce, spinach, rocket and herbs that I pick for my meals everyday.”


“I love the Cafeteria where we can enjoy a good cappuccino while chatting with other residents. We meet every Friday for Happy Hour when we share news over a drink, have a few jokes and celebrate birthdays”


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“I am delighted to be here and am always busy with new found friends and activities.”


“I love my apartment. It’s light, airy and very contemporary.”


“I like the friendships with others, and the care I receive from staff. I feel happy and content and that makes my family happy.”