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Kings Langley Refurbishment

The Greater Sydney Conference’s Aged Care and Retirement Villages innovative 28 million dollar rebuilding and refurbishment of its Kings Langley Aged Care and Retirement Village complex is now complete. The project included construction of 21 independent living units as well as complete refurbishment of its existing Residential Aged Care Facility including building a new 45-bed wing. The entire complex is fitted with an advanced security system. To add to resident’s piece of mind the complex is secured and gated with video intercom for all units.

The new modern Residential Aged Care Facility now host a total of 123 beds, including two wings specifically designed to cater for the needs of residents with dementia and Alzheimer’s. In addition, there are 72 independent living units in the complex. The independent living units consist of either one or two-bedroom apartments or one, two or three-bedroom villas, all with modern conveniences, access to recreational and social activities and nurse call points in case of emergency.

“This is an ideal arrangement for couples when one partner required a higher level of care than the other. Having one integrated campus ensures that all residents needs can be catered for and that both residents have ease of access to each other,” says Adventist Aged Care Sydney Managing Director, Brain Swanepoel.

“The residential facility includes a number of sophisticated design features that allow staff to set parameters for the management of an individual residents’ needs, eliminating the outdated one-size-fits-all approach,” Mr Swanepoel noted. “And further to aiding a client’s experience, in some areas staff don’t wear uniforms, often sharing meals with residents. This helps to create a home-like environment, so clients with memory loss are more relaxed.”

This empathetic and calming environment extends to the out-of-doors, where fresh landscaping includes some 200 trees and shrubs, purpose-built gardens and a number of resident veggie gardens. The garden encourages active participation by residents in daily activities, adding to the homely and relaxed atmosphere.

At the core of Adventist aged care is its spiritual heart, with the chapel receiving a $500,000 hi-tech upgrade that includes a new bridge linking it directly to the residential facility. The newly installed state of the art AV system facilitates live streaming of programs across the campus.

“Residents, families and staff were all invited to give input at the design stage, with many of their ideas included in the final design,” says Mr Swanepoel.

“We believe that everyone should live with dignity & compassion in a home that is safe, but most importantly that home should be part of a community,” noted Mr Swanepoel, “With immediate access to the nearby shopping village and public transport at hand the newly renovated and rebuilt Kings Langley Aged Care and Retirement Village is ideally situated and ready to serve the residents of greater western Sydney into the future.”

If you or a loved one asking yourself that often very hard question about the future, we would welcome you to come and visit us at Adventist Aged Care Kings Langley. To arrange a personal tour please call us on 02 8834 6100 or email

Waste high veggie garden beds allow residents to work them without bending or kneeling, and supply them with an abundance of produce.

A well-equipped activities room awaits its first residents.

A typical independent-living retirement unit features attractive landscaping externally and come in a range of sizes including one, two or three-bedroom. All units come with comfortable living spaces and modern amenities.

The independent living units include parking and access to the onsite activities centre including a gym. The independent living units are ideal for residents who want to maintain their independence whilst having piece of mind, with nurse call points installed in case of emergency.

The empathetically designed “dementia garden” features a few conversation-starting ornaments.

A surprise around every corner: the empathetically designed “dementia garden” features a few conversation-starting ornaments.

The relaxing environment adjacent to the dementia unit provides a high degree of discreet security and comfort for residents and visiting family.

Client rooms typically feature fully accessible én-suites, wide exterior views, large-screen televisions and state-of-the-art internal communication systems. Staff, along with residents’ families, were consulted in their design, decore and outfitting.

The roomy and comfortable residents lounge features a large and friendly gas fire as its focus, and is available to residents and their visitors.

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