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3 reviews sorted by Date Rating Type
Grant6385 Apr 17, 2018

Average to poor care due low and inexperienced staff numbers.

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Georgette274 Feb 02, 2016

How decieved we were in to thinking that we had chosen the right place for our mum.what a horrible place for her to spend her last days there is defineately no care in this gateway to heaven please forgive us mum

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Sidney9271 Oct 21, 2015

Lovely well maintained provided high quality care

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About Nerrilda Nursing Home

Nerrilda Nursing Home is a 46 bed accredited and certified residential aged care facility catering for people with higher care needs.The facility has 26 single room no ensuites, 6 share rooms no ensuite and four share rooms with shared ensuites. All rooms feature wide doorways, individually controlled split system air conditioning, quality vinyl flooring, built in wardrobe, a bedside cupboard with lockable drawer, a pin board and shelving for display of curios and photographs to keep memories of home close by, an overway table, full length windows to optimise views and natural lighting, electric height adjustable beds with a selection of mattresses to enhance comfort and care, and TV mounts on walls to suit up to 60cm televisions. A hand basin and mirror is also included in all rooms.Bathroom and toilet facilities are located in close proximity to all rooms.Residents have access to many quiet sitting areas as well as dining rooms, activity room, and outdoor areas

Available Rooms

Room Name

Single Rooms 1 to 12

Type

Single room + no bathroom or ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

12

Room size (sqm)

Room sizes are a minimum of 14.29m2

Room Description

All single rooms feature wide doorways individually controlled split system air conditioning quality vinyl flooring built in wardrobe with overhead cupboard to ceiling height for additional storage a bedside cupboard with lockable drawer a pin board and shelving for display of curios and photographs to keep memories of home close by an overway table full length windows to optimise views and natural lighting electric height adjustable beds with a selection of mattresses to enhance comfort and care and TV mounts on walls to suit up to 60cm televisions. A hand basin and mirror is also included in all rooms.
Bathroom and toilet facilities are located in close proximity to all rooms.

Common Areas Description

Residents have access to many quiet sitting areas as well as dining rooms activity room and outdoor areas. Wide carpeted corridors ensure ease of mobility for residents.
The front entrance has recently been upgraded and is a relaxing waiting area with seating and a water feature.
The front foyer area has a sitting area with comfortable lounge chairs.
There is a dining room with kitchenette located in close proximity to these rooms which is also used as a sitting area during the day where residents can watch television or just enjoy the views through the large windows. A gazebo lawn and garden area is located through the automatic door at the southern end of the facility non-secure where residents can relax and enjoy the sunshine.
The main loungedining area is a hive of activity during the day as it is used for meals activities and features a large screen television and pianola for sing-alongs. This area also has a kitchenette.
A secure paved and landscaped outdoor area is located through the doors from the main dining area with views of the magnificent Flinders Ranges and Spencer Gulf. A large pergola has an outdoor setting and clear blinds that can be used to reduce the breeze if required making this a lovely area in all seasons. An ANZAC memorial is located in this outdoor area and is utilised to observe days of significance.
The loungedining area at the end of the new wing constructed in 2007 has large windows to enable residents to enjoy views of the natural environment.
A private dining room for small intimate gatherings is located near the front foyer area of the facility.
Two Internal courtyards with tropical leafy foliage are located within the secure area of the facility. Alcoves with comfortable seating are located adjacent these courtyards creating a feeling of tranquillity.
Call bells are located in all bedrooms bathrooms and common areas.

Room Name

Shared Rooms with Ensuites (Rooms 19,20,23,24)

Type

Shared room + shared bathroom

Occupancy

2

No of rooms

4

Room size (sqm)

Room sizes are a minimum of 21.40m2

Room Description

These shared rooms are part of a building upgrade completed in 2007 and feature an ensuite bathroom privacy screens wide doorways individually controlled split system air conditioning quality vinyl flooring built in wardrobe a bedside cupboard with lockable drawer a pin board and shelving for display of curios and photographs to keep memories of home close by an overway table full length windows to optimise views and natural lighting electric height adjustable beds with a selection of mattresses to enhance comfort and care and TV mounts on walls to suit up to 60cm televisions. A hand basin and mirror is also included in all rooms.

Common Areas Description

Residents have access to many quiet sitting areas as well as dining rooms activity room and outdoor areas. Wide carpeted corridors ensure ease of mobility for residents.
The front entrance has recently been upgraded and is a relaxing waiting area with seating and a water feature.
The front foyer area has a sitting area with comfortable lounge chairs.
There is a dining room with kitchenette located in close proximity to these rooms which is also used as a sitting area during the day where residents can watch television or just enjoy the views through the large windows. A gazebo lawn and garden area is located through the automatic door at the southern end of the facility non-secure where residents can relax and enjoy the sunshine.
The main loungedining area is a hive of activity during the day as it is used for meals activities and features a large screen television and pianola for sing-alongs. This area also has a kitchenette.
A secure paved and landscaped outdoor area is located through the doors from the main dining area with views of the magnificent Flinders Ranges and Spencer Gulf. A large pergola has an outdoor setting and clear blinds that can be used to reduce the breeze if required making this a lovely area in all seasons. An ANZAC memorial is located in this outdoor area and is utilised to observe days of significance.
The loungedining area at the end of the new wing constructed in 2007 has large windows to enable residents to enjoy views of the natural environment.
A private dining room for small intimate gatherings is located near the front foyer area of the facility.
Two Internal courtyards with tropical leafy foliage are located within the secure area of the facility. Alcoves with comfortable seating are located adjacent these courtyards creating a feeling of tranquillity.
Call bells are located in all bedrooms bathrooms and common areas.

Room Name

Single Rooms 15, 18 & 22 (new wing)

Type

Single room + no bathroom or ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

3

Room size (sqm)

Room sizes are a minimum of 14.85m2

Room Description

These single rooms are part of a new wing completed in 2007 and feature wide doorways individually controlled split system air conditioning quality vinyl flooring built in wardrobe a bedside cupboard with lockable drawer a pin board and shelving for display of curios and photographs to keep memories of home close by an overway table full length windows to optimise views and natural lighting electric height adjustable beds with a selection of mattresses to enhance comfort and care and TV mounts on walls to suit up to 60cm televisions.

A hand basin and mirror is also included in all rooms.

Bathroom and toilet facilities are located in close proximity to all rooms.

Common Areas Description

Residents have access to many quiet sitting areas as well as dining rooms activity room and outdoor areas. Wide carpeted corridors ensure ease of mobility for residents.

The front entrance has recently been upgraded and is a relaxing waiting area with seating and a water feature. The front foyer area has a sitting area with comfortable lounge chairs.

There is a dining room with kitchenette at the southern end of the facility which is also used as a sitting area during the day where residents can watch television or just enjoy the views through the large windows. A gazebo lawn and garden area is located through the automatic door at the southern end of the facility non-secure where residents can relax and enjoy the sunshine.

The main loungedining area is a hive of activity during the day as it is used for meals activities and features a large screen television and pianola for sing-alongs. This area also has a kitchenette.
A secure paved and landscaped outdoor area is located through the doors from the main dining area with views of the magnificent Flinders Ranges and Spencer Gulf. A large pergola has an outdoor setting and clear blinds that can be used to reduce the breeze if required making this a lovely area in all seasons. An ANZAC memorial is located in this outdoor area and is utilised to observe days of significance.

The loungedining area at the end of the new wing constructed in 2007 has large windows to enable residents to enjoy views of the natural environment.

A private dining room for intimate gatherings is located near the front foyer area of the facility.

Two Internal courtyards with tropical leafy foliage are located within the secure area of the facility. Alcoves with comfortable seating are located adjacent these courtyards creating a feeling of tranquillity.

Call bells are located in all bedrooms bathrooms and common areas.

Room Name

Single Rooms 26 to 35 (secure area)

Type

Single room + no bathroom or ensuite

Occupancy

1

No of rooms

10

Room size (sqm)

Room sizes are a minimum of 14.29m2

Room Description

These shared rooms are part of a building upgrade completed in 2007 and feature an ensuite bathroom privacy screens wide doorways individually controlled split system air conditioning quality vinyl flooring built in wardrobe a bedside cupboard with lockable drawer a pin board and shelving for display of curios and photographs to keep memories of home close by an overway table full length windows to optimise views and natural lighting electric height adjustable beds with a selection of mattresses to enhance comfort and care and TV mounts on walls to suit up to 60cm televisions. A hand basin and mirror is also included in all rooms.

Common Areas Description

Residents have access to many quiet sitting areas as well as dining rooms activity room and outdoor areas. Wide carpeted corridors ensure ease of mobility for residents.
The front entrance has recently been upgraded and is a relaxing waiting area with seating and a water feature.
The front foyer area has a sitting area with comfortable lounge chairs.
There is a dining room with kitchenette located in close proximity to these rooms which is also used as a sitting area during the day where residents can watch television or just enjoy the views through the large windows. A gazebo lawn and garden area is located through the automatic door at the southern end of the facility non-secure where residents can relax and enjoy the sunshine.
The main loungedining area is a hive of activity during the day as it is used for meals activities and features a large screen television and pianola for sing-alongs. This area also has a kitchenette.
A secure paved and landscaped outdoor area is located through the doors from the main dining area with views of the magnificent Flinders Ranges and Spencer Gulf. A large pergola has an outdoor setting and clear blinds that can be used to reduce the breeze if required making this a lovely area in all seasons. An ANZAC memorial is located in this outdoor area and is utilised to observe days of significance.
The loungedining area at the end of the new wing constructed in 2007 has large windows to enable residents to enjoy views of the natural environment.
A private dining room for small intimate gatherings is located near the front foyer area of the facility.
Two Internal courtyards with tropical leafy foliage are located within the secure area of the facility. Alcoves with comfortable seating are located adjacent these courtyards creating a feeling of tranquillity.
Call bells are located in all bedrooms bathrooms and common areas.

Room Name

Shared Rooms 13,14,16,17,21 & 25

Type

Shared room + no bathroom or ensuite

Occupancy

2

No of rooms

6

Room size (sqm)

Room sizes are a minimum of 20.82m2

Room Description

These shared rooms are part of a building upgrade completed in 2007 and feature privacy screening wide doorways individually controlled split system air conditioning quality vinyl flooring built in wardrobe a bedside cupboard with lockable drawer a pin board and shelving for display of curios and photographs to keep memories of home close by an overway table full length windows to optimise views and natural lighting electric height adjustable beds with a selection of mattresses to enhance comfort and care and TV mounts on walls to suit up to 60cm televisions. A hand basin and mirror is also included in all rooms.
Bathroom and toilet facilities are located in close proximity to all rooms.

Common Areas Description

Residents have access to many quiet sitting areas as well as dining rooms activity room and outdoor areas. Wide carpeted corridors ensure ease of mobility for residents.
The front entrance has recently been upgraded and is a relaxing waiting area with seating and a water feature.
The front foyer area has a sitting area with comfortable lounge chairs.
There is a dining room with kitchenette located in close proximity to these rooms which is also used as a sitting area during the day where residents can watch television or just enjoy the views through the large windows. A gazebo lawn and garden area is located through the automatic door at the southern end of the facility non-secure where residents can relax and enjoy the sunshine.
The main loungedining area is a hive of activity during the day as it is used for meals activities and features a large screen television and pianola for sing-alongs. This area also has a kitchenette.
A secure paved and landscaped outdoor area is located through the doors from the main dining area with views of the magnificent Flinders Ranges and Spencer Gulf. A large pergola has an outdoor setting and clear blinds that can be used to reduce the breeze if required making this a lovely area in all seasons. An ANZAC memorial is located in this outdoor area and is utilised to observe days of significance.
The loungedining area at the end of the new wing constructed in 2007 has large windows to enable residents to enjoy views of the natural environment.
A private dining room for small intimate gatherings is located near the front foyer area of the facility.
Two Internal courtyards with tropical leafy foliage are located within the secure area of the facility. Alcoves with comfortable seating are located adjacent these courtyards creating a feeling of tranquillity.
Call bells are located in all bedrooms bathrooms and common areas.

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