The perfect location for your independent lifestyle
Baptcare Westhaven Community offers the best of both worlds, with privacy and independence when you need it and the comfort of being part of a caring and supportive community. In a convenient location in Pickett Street Footscray you'll be moments from the train station, shops, cafes and shopping.
At present there are no vacancies.
Living at Baptcare Westhaven Community retirement living
Our community is known for its warmth and vibrancy – our retirement living apartments could be a great option for the next chapter of your life. Baptcare Westhaven offers you independence and privacy when it suits you, with the comfort of knowing you’re part of a caring and supportive community.
You can have meals delivered from the Community kitchen and access to other Community amenities including kiosk and hairdressing salon. You can also choose to be part of organised outings and activities including bus trips and exercise sessions.
We offer spacious one bedroom apartments with quality finishes:
- emergency call button
- security entrance
- air conditioning/heating
- quality blinds
- quality floor coverings
Pastoral care – as a faith-based, not for profit organisation Baptcare are committed to supporting the emotional and spiritual needs of people within our community. Residents and their families are invited to draw on our pastoral care staff and programs, suitable for people of all faiths and backgrounds, offering a calm, listening presence in your life.
Baptcare Westhaven Community
Co-located residential aged care
Our retirement apartments sit alongside Baptcare’s highly regarded Westhaven residential aged care. Residents enjoy a preferential consideration for available spaces if their health requirements change in the future years, which may allow them to remain within the comfort of the community if it suits their requirements. Couples who have different care and support needs can have the opportunity to live within the same community.Learn more about Baptcare residential aged care
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Frequently asked questions
It’s an important decision that needs to suit your individual circumstances, life stage, family dynamic, and your financial situation and goals. Unlike a standard real estate purchase, your decision needs to factor in what value you place on the social, emotional, support, security, and maintenance advantages of being part of a retirement community.
All retirement living options are not alike. Each community offers different physical, community and support qualities. There are the more tangible aspects of amenities and the less tangible but incredibly important aspects of lifestyle and ‘fit’.
Location: For most people location is a key factor in their decision.
Is it close to the community, services, shopping I am familiar and comfortable with?
Is it close to my current home?
Is it close to my family members?
Are friends or acquaintances already living there or close by?
Can I get to shops and health services easily or without driving?
Accommodation match: Each community has unique attributes, environment to consider. Is this going to suit your needs in this next phase of your life?
Does the physical accommodation suit your needs and preferences and budget?
Available units and units – layout, courtyard, etc.
Courtyard or garden
Car space. Does the community accommodate any other vehicles you may have?
Shared community spaces – e.g is there a community centre, BBQ, exercise equipment?
Are there community services available locally for you to enjoy? Does the community have a community garden space, a men’s shed and regular, planned outings?
Shared gardens and landscaping
Are there resources for example a bus, that is shared throughout the community?