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Baptcare Peninsula View Community

Get a Warm Welcome this Winter

Need a welcoming change of scene this winter? Come in and join our friendly community for a few weeks, and we’ll give you 50% off your respite stay (plus 50% off your first month’s Basic Daily Fee if you convert to a permanent stay). Give us a call today on 13 22 78 – we’ll put the kettle on.

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For your new home on the same beautiful peninsula

Peninsula View is a friendly and inviting community that captures the spirit of the Mornington Peninsula. Set among leafy gardens, our recently refurbished community has bright and spacious private and social rooms, along with an abundance of attractive outdoor spaces to soak up the sun and fresh air of the peninsula. Residents and guests can spend time together in the dining room, where large windows frame views of the Moorooduc Plains. And our highly experienced, nursing-led team provides all levels of care, taking a personalised approach for each and every resident. To see if Peninsula View is somewhere you would like to call home, come and visit us for a personal tour. We’d love to show you around and answer any of your questions.

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Life at Baptcare Peninsula View Community residential aged care

An extended family

We are committed to offering the best residential aged care in Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula, and each day we provide exceptional care to our residents as if they are our own loved ones. Our residents’ families are a valued part of our community, and we encourage families to spend time in our lovely shared spaces and join in with activities when they visit. We have a busy social calendar and comfortable communal areas, so residents regularly get together and enjoy each other’s company, building the strong connections that make Peninsula View really feel like home.

Extraordinary friendships

At Peninsula View, we have a special initiative where young adults with intellectual disabilities visit our residents. There is always plenty of fun and laughter during these visits, from games of carpet bowls and balloon volleyball to group Tai Chi sessions and singalongs. This ongoing, regular program allows our residents to build new friendships and special bonds, and cements our connection with the broader local community.

Designed for enjoyment

During our recent major refurbishment, we focused on creating spacious communal areas that are easy to access and enjoy. Sunshine filters through the large windows and skylights in our dining and recreation areas, where wide tables and cushioned dining seats provide inviting places to sit and relax. Bedrooms and shared areas are fitted with wooden floorboards and tasteful furnishings, creating a contemporary feel. We have cosy spots as well – you can grab a book from our collection and set yourself up on a lounge chair near one of our fireplaces. And we’ve made sure that there are plenty of settings to enjoy those beautiful peninsula days, with internal courtyards, landscaped gardens and lots of comfortable outdoor seating.

Innovations that make a difference

We keep up with the latest innovations in aged care so that our residents receive the best care possible. For example, we communicate directly with our residents’ doctors and pharmacists through an electronic medication system to ensure medication safety. And with easy-to-reach nurse call buttons in residents’ bedrooms and bathrooms, you can rest assured that assistance is never far away.

A place where you can feel at home

Our spacious community is set among leafy surrounds, just off the Mordialloc Highway. With 102 rooms, including four double rooms, we cater for all levels of care requirements (low to high). Most rooms have garden or courtyard views, and some look out to Westernport Bay. We have plenty of shared spaces too. Indoors, residents can spend time in our lounges, sitting and dining rooms, or in the library. For some fresh air and sunshine, residents can choose between courtyards, verandahs, terraces and gardens.

Other amenities we have on-site for your convenience include a hairdressing salon and laundry services.

Room types

Peninsula View offers private, sole-occupied rooms and shared rooms that can accommodate two residents (e.g. couples). See the pricing snapshot for full details. Your room is your own space, so we invite you to decorate it to your own taste, e.g. by hanging paintings or bringing in your favourite quilt.

The rooms at Peninsula View are bright and comfortable, featuring:

  • Ensuite bathroom (private, unless room is shared)
  • High-quality furniture and fittings
  • Lockable storage
  • Neutral palettes and tasteful décor
  • Garden or courtyard views.

Care tailored to your specific needs

Peninsula View is accredited to provide all levels of residential aged care (low to high), as well as respite care and end-of-life (palliative) care. Where possible this wide range of capabilities allows us to provide ‘ageing-in-place’, meaning that residents can stay at Peninsula View even if their health changes or their needs increase. Our staff make it their priority to fully understand each resident’s individual requirements so they can tailor the care they provide accordingly.

Nursing care

Our qualified and experienced staff provide the highest quality of nursing-led care, with registered nurses on-site 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Team members are assigned to a specific group of residents to enable continuity of care and ensure that staff represent a constant, familiar presence in our residents’ lives. And many of our nurses are multi-lingual, with current staff members fluent in Korean, Mandarin, German, Sri Lankan and several African languages.

Medical care

Beyond 24/7 nursing care, allied health services available on-site at Peninsula View include:

  • Foot care and podiatry
  • Physiotherapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Diversional therapy
  • Dietetics

We also offer on-site GP home visits (with the resident’s preferred GP). However, we know that some families prefer to take their loved one to see GPs at their practice, and we are very happy to help facilitate this.

For acute clinical care issues, our in-reach program (facilitated by the ROSS–Residential In Reach Team from Peninsula Health) allows us to treat issues on-site and avoid visits to hospital where possible.

Nutritional care

Fresh meals, including morning and afternoon tea, are prepared on-site by our chef and catering team every day. The menu is planned in consultation with a specialist dietician and offers multiple options at every meal, with regular menu rotations. Most dietary requirements can be catered for (e.g. diabetic-friendly or gluten-free alternatives).

Keep up with your favourite pastimes

Moving into a residential aged care community shouldn’t mean you lose access to your favourite activities. Whether you love having a coffee at the local café, singing in a choir or spending time in a men’s group, our diverse activities calendar will help you keep doing what you enjoy. And for footy lovers, we have a joint footy tipping competition with Naranga School during their regular visits. With so many activities on offer – such as Tai Chi, floral arrangement and meditation – you may even discover a new hobby.

Stay involved with the local community

Along with our special friendships with young adults from Wallara and Naranga School, we have many other connections with the extended community. An annual highlight is when local school children visit to sing Christmas carols to our residents, and we are often treated to concerts by other visiting groups. We also have our own bus, which we use regularly for special trips and outings to local attractions so our residents can enjoy the beauty that the surrounding area has to offer.

Room to host family and friends

When family and friends visit Peninsula View, we encourage them to use our shared spaces to enjoy time with their loved one – whether that be relaxing indoors or soaking up the sun in one of our lovely courtyards. There are no restrictions on visiting times, so you can spend time with your loved one at times that suit you and them.

For more snapshots of daily life at Peninsula View, follow Baptcare’s Facebook page.

Pastoral care

Pastoral care is an important part of life at all Baptcare communities, including Peninsula View. Our chaplains are available to listen to residents and their families and journey alongside them, whatever their background or situation. We offer emotional and spiritual support, honouring each person’s unique spirituality and how they find meaning and purpose. Our chaplains also assist with prayer, worship, sacraments and other spiritual practices, including regular devotional and church services where appropriate.

Social and recreational support

One way we support wellbeing at Peninsula View is through our diverse activities program. Designed to promote an active body and mind, there is something for everyone. Each day there is a range of activities to choose from, such as book club, word games, bingo and music appreciation, while current affairs and newspaper discussions help our residents stay engaged with world events. And because we know how important it is to stay physically active, we run a program of exercises and games that can be adapted to all levels.

The comfort of familiar routines

Our model of care at Peninsula View prioritises consistent daily routines that reassure residents and inspire confidence. However, we do encourage residents to try new activities and become actively involved in community life so they can maintain their interests and enjoy a full life.

More information

We invite you to see for yourself what life is like at Baptcare Peninsula View Community. Book a tour online by clicking here or call 13 BAPTCARE (13 22 78) to arrange a time to visit our community.

Find out more out diversional therapy and other Home Help care and support services

Your payment options

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The costs of residential aged care are made up of different parts for the costs of day-to-day living, the care you receive and the accommodation you choose (including your room and shared spaces). Read more about the costs of residential aged care

Our location

Enquiries: 13 22 78

Direct number: 03 5979 9900

Baptcare Peninsula View Community
Residential aged care
24 - 28 Moorooduc Highway
Frankston South VIC 3199

Frequently asked questions

What are the visiting hours?

As part of providing a warm and homely environment to residents, visitors are welcome at any time of the day. We invite family and friends to be part of activities and mealtimes, and to enjoy time with their loved one in our gardens and shared spaces.

How do I know if residential aged care is right for my family member?

A change in health, or increasing concern about your family member’s frailty, safety or isolation at home can mean that aged care accommodation is the next step.

Carers at aged care homes can help residents with day-to-day tasks (such as cleaning, cooking, laundry); personal care (such as dressing, grooming, going to the toilet); or 24-hour nursing care (such as wound care or catheter care).

Residential aged care can also help people to stay connected with interests and with others.

Baptcare draws on over 70 years’ experience in aged care as well as the skills and commitment of our trained, understanding staff. We’re here to support families during a transition that can be challenging.

Do you have any vacancies? How do you manage waiting lists?

We invite you to contact us to discuss current or potential future accommodation and if it matches your needs.

If you are interested but there isn’t a vacancy we’ll record your details on our waiting list and keep in touch about potential vacancies.

Potential residents, families and healthcare professionals are welcome to contact us to get an update on vacancies at any time.

We consider a number of factors to manage our waiting lists. People in urgent need are the highest priority. Other factors include someone’s readiness to enter an aged care home, and if the accommodation that becomes available suits their individual care needs.

If you are offered a room and are not ready at that time you can decline the room without it affecting your position on the waiting list.

Can I bring my furniture and possessions?

Your suite is your own and you can personalise the room as much or as little as you wish.

For example you can hang pictures on the wall, use your own quilt from home, and bring in your favourite easy chair.

We do request that rooms are kept un-cluttered, with enough space for care staff to move freely about. For this reason, we don’t recommend bringing in large pieces of furniture.

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