Manoah House is an aged care facility accredited by the Commonwealth Department of Social Services that caters for high care.
Under the supervision of a highly experienced Facility Manager, Manoah House is small enough to be able to provide a highly personalised standard of care to residents respecting each person’s dignity, privacy and family.
Manoah House accommodates 33 residents in spacious, homely, single accommodation units – all with ensuite bathroom, natural lighting and reverse cycle air conditioning to ensure maximum comfort.
We are the only ethnic specific residential care facility in Western Australia catering for Dutch persons from different backgrounds (i.e not church denominationally specific) and are particularly attractive to the many who share that cultural heritage.
All of our staff know our residents well because we do not normally employ any agency staff and, bearing in mind our above average proportion of Dutch born residents, they also understand their ethnic special requirements.
We make regular use of specialist staff for palliative care, physiotherapy and podiatry and our occupational therapist continually updates programmes for the entertainment of all residents, including regular excursions and bus trips.