Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions about Assisted Living

The purpose of Assisted Living is to enable people to live independently in a community setting, while accessing the additional support and care they need for their more complex health issues.

Services are be delivered through the Residency and your Home Care Package, depending on your individual circumstances.  We work with you and your care coordinator to develop the best outcome for your needs and goals.

Assisted Living Units are available under the Licence to Occupy model.

Assisted Living can benefit people with a Home Care Package or who have privately funded care through Barossa Village.

We can help you register with My Aged Care for eligibility to receive a Home Care Package.

A Daily Care Fee covers the cost of your living needs including meals service and some pantry items, domestic assistance and Lifestyle Program activities (depending on your package), unit maintenance and services, utilities including power, water and WiFi.


Please note:

Barossa Village management asks you to contact reception staff when visiting the Residency regarding reconditions around wearing masks.

The reception staff will also advise if there are any areas where residents have infectious conditions and the precautions that need to be taken to enter these areas.

At the Residency, visiting hours are maintained to 10 am – 12 noon and 1 pm – 5 pm (outside of these hours to be negotiated).

Visiting hours allow residents to have care and services attended to support their dignity.

Thank you for helping us keep our community safe and healthy. We appreciate your support.