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Care and Support

When you arrive at a Regis aged care Home, your needs are assessed and a personalised care plan will be created to meet your individual requirements.
All Regis aged care Homes provide a range of care and services including access to therapy, assistance with medications and personal care, meals, bathroom needs, laundry service and recreational activities.

Types of aged care

Regis offers:

  • Ageing-in-place allows you to remain in the same Homes and, in most cases, the same room – as your care needs increase. Your individualised care plan is regularly updated to reflect your unique requirements.
  • Dementia Care provides targeted services, specialised employees and Homes to support residents with early to advanced stages of dementia.
  • Palliative Care offers sensitive support to residents nearing the end of their life. Our employees provide comfort and quality of life for residents, family and friends.
  • Respite care provides short-term care and support for people whose carers are unable to meet usual care arrangements or who need an extra level of temporary support.
  • Transitional Care provides extra support and extra recovery time for older people moving from acute hospital care. The program covers low intensity therapy (physiotherapy, occupational therapy or podiatry), access to a social worker and nursing support.
    Transitional Care is available at Regis Frankston and Regis Tasmania – Norwood.
  • Our Wellness Program offers a range of allied health services provided by qualified health professionals. The free program is part of your daily plan and helps prevent, treat and promote your overall health and independence.


At Regis, we constantly look for new ways to enhance our quality of care with innovative therapies and activities in our aged care Homes. These include:

  • PARO Therapy – Robotic seal designed to improve emotional a robotic seal (carebot) and is immensely popular with our dementia residents. Designed to improve the well-being of people with dementia, it’s available to all residents, and is very effective with those who are resistive to standard intervention practices.
  • Art Therapy – a roving art program cultivating creative expression. Our Victorian Roving Art Therapy program cultivates creative expression for residents and helps instil a sense of achievement and pride.
  • Esprit Café – a program helping people deal with major life moments. Esprit Café is a free Regis initiative to help people start talking about major life moments.
  • Music Memories – individual programs to enhance mood and behaviour. Music Memories is a therapy program which offers a meaningful activity for those who can find it difficult to engage and remain calm.
  • Residence Design – how interior design helps dementia residents. Regis has worked with Alzheimer’s Australia to identify how to best optimise living and communal spaces in each of our dedicated dementia units and living areas.
  • Dementia catering – Innovations in catering making mealtimes more engaging. A unique mealtime routine which engages all the senses and stimulates the appetite and helps dementia residents stay healthy.
  • Food Moulds – puréed food, beautifully presented as the original meal. For people on a puréed diet, food can be a challenge. Our unique food moulds turn healthy and nutritious purées into food that looks like the original ingredient and good enough to devour.
  • Interactive Technology – new ways to relax and engage. Using projectors and software to help residents become more engaged and stimulated.

Life at Regis


Food is central to life at Regis.

All our homes have a cook or chef on-site. They prepare well-balanced, fresh and tasty home-style food for each meal and a variety of baked treats every day.

Variety is important and our menus are changed every four weeks. All meals are approved by qualified dietitians to maximise nutritional balance.

Dining at Regis is a social event. Our rooms are set up for social interaction and a place for families and friends to join loved ones for a meal.

In line with best dietary practices and resident preferences, the main meal of the day is lunch, with dinner being a slightly lighter option. You are also welcome to choose a salad or sandwich if that is your preference on any given day.

Special dietary requirements and needs such as smooth puree, gluten free, dairy free and vegetarian are also well taken care of with carefully designed specific menus.


Mosaic is an award-winning, innovative visual identification system enhancing our ability to provide the right care for residents.

Unique to Regis, Mosaic allows our employees to understand, at a glance, the care requirements of individuals, while respecting the privacy of that individual. Each Mosaic is personalised to an individual and complements resident care plans.

Since launching, the Mosaic system has helped enhance the more social aspects of care, helping initiate conversations and encouraging conversations between residents.


At Regis, we believe it is vitally important to stay engaged with life, to stay involved with current interests and develop new ones. All Regis Homes are constantly looking for new ways to engage and support our residents. Our National Lifestyle Team takes ideas from around the country and makes them available to all residents.

There are daily activities, weekly programs and at least one major celebration each month.

Family and friends are invited and encouraged to participate as much as possible in lifestyle activities. These include art classes, barbeques, exercise and discussion groups, excursions, entertainment, guest speakers and special interest groups and more.

We create a personal lifestyle program for you called PIEC&S. It focuses on: Personalisation, Independence, Engagement, Consultation, Self-esteem.

Additional Services

Different Regis sites offer a range of accommodation choices and services. All include our high quality care.

We offer three levels of extra services – Regis Club Services , Regis Reserve and Regis Classic.