Q. Can Sundale Rod Voller Care Centre cater for my changing needs allowing me to Age in place?

Yes. Rod Voller Care Centre does offer ageing-in-place. Rod Voller Care Centre is focused on ensuring your comfort and needs are met whilst preserving your individuality and independence. Residents with all level of care needs are catered for as services include respite care and a registered nurse, support 24hrs per day. We will discuss with you, your representative (if any) and your medical practitioner (if appropriate) the consequences of your changing care needs.

Q. Does Sundale Rod Voller Care Centre offer memory care and support?

Our memory care suites are located at our Coolum, Palmwoods, Nambour, Boyne Island and Kilcoy sites. Our memory care units provide additional security for elders with a cognitive impairment. These suites have given special attention to their design and décor and they have specialist carers and activities to assist those with dementia, emotional illness and other cognitive challenges.

Q. Are Carers and Registered Nurses available 24/7?

Trained carers are on duty 24/7 with the support of Registered & Enrolled Nurses to cater for elder needs as they arise.

Q. Can I choose my own Doctor?

All elders are free to use their own doctor or any other health professional that agrees to visit on a regular basis, is willing to provide us with the required documentation and pharmacy needs, and will make arrangements to provide you with cover in the event of an emergency. Patients are required to meet any costs their doctor may apply.

Q. Do Allied Health Professionals visit frequently allowing consultation and access as required?

Yes. Allied health professionals for example dieticians, physiotherapists, podiatrists and speech pathologists visit the care centre as required by the individual elder. Where required staff will assist elders to access external services.

Q. Is there a hairdressing salon on site?

Yes. A hairdresser is available weekly on site in our hairdressing salon.

Q. Can I have a telephone in my room?

Yes you can have a telephone in your room. Family will need to arrange this with a phone provider.

Q. Can I have my own room?

Yes, and you can furnish and decorate your space to make it your home. The Manager will discuss with you prior to coming in what furniture you can bring.

Q. We are a couple; can we stay in the same room?

Yes. However, each person requires a room each. One could be the lounge room and the other your bedroom.

Q. Do all rooms have a private ensuite bathroom?

Yes. All rooms have an ensuite bathroom.

Q. Will I be able to bring my own furniture/appliances?

You may certainly bring in items that are important to you. This is your new home. However there may be some limitations with large items. The manager will discuss this with you prior to moving in.

Q. Can I bring my pets?

Some smaller pets may be allowed. If you wish to bring your pets please discuss with the on-site manager.

Q. What services and activities are offered?

A Lifestyle co-ordinator organises a calendar of activities that are brimming with events suited to the residents interests and abilities. This includes onsite and off-site activities. There are opportunities to mix in with the residents who live in the Independent Living Units that form part of this Sundale community.

We also have regular visits from the hairdresser, clergy, doctors and allied health professionals for residents that require, or would like, additional services.

Q. Can you tell me about the meals? Can you cater for my dietary requirements?

Yes we can cater for all dietary requirements. Our nutritious and delicious menus are prepared on site by our own chef. A dietician is available to review dietary needs of residents.

Q. How do I get out and about?

The local bus service operates a daily service that drives through the Sundale community taking people to Nambour, and other local attractions around the Sunshine Coast. Twice weekly bus outings are also arranged by our Lifestyle Co-ordinator. If you wish to go out with family and friends a pick-up area is located in an accessible area. Please remember to let staff know that you are going out and when you will return. Many services come to the centre including church groups, health professionals and a weekly fruit van.

Q. What are the visiting hours?

There are no visiting hours, this is the elder’s home. Where you wish to visit out of normal hours there is a call bell at the front administration building please ring and staff will assist you. There is a BBQ area for entertaining and kids love the space to play on our lawns and access to the creek.