I became, in my own mind, part of this family. And they've looked after me with all my needs and it's made me very happy.
At MACG, we provide specialised care and support for those living with terminal or chronic illnesses, as well as support for their families.
We use a personalised care approach to ensure your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs are taken care of during this difficult time.
We understand this is an emotional time. Let's talk about your concerns.
At MACG, you're not only a resident—you're part of the family. Our warm and friendly care teams support you and those around you, while creating a comfortable home environment.
Palliative care is about ensuring all your needs are taken care of. We offer clinical services to assist with pain management, as well as emotional care and spiritual support.
Homes with fewer beds and a warm environment
Warm and supportive care teams
Diverse lifestyle services and programs
Support for family and friends
Our homes are warm and welcoming, with excellent facilities. Our care teams are highly qualified and experienced, and we all share a passion for truly caring for other people.
We offer a range of lifestyle services to assist with pain management and pain relief, as well as overall wellbeing.
Our multicultural and diverse care teams truly care about our residents. Many of our residents form close connections with both each other and our staff.
We have 8 residential aged care homes across Melbourne and Victoria. Each one offers a warm and intimate environment and support from our friendly care teams.
Our care teams work with you to establish a care plan you are happy with. This includes guardianship and advanced care directive, as well as offering support for your family, relatives, or representative. We support families at the end stage of life.
Many people believe palliative care is only offered at the end stage of life, but this is not true. For some people, a palliative approach may be beneficial from time of diagnosis with a serious life-limiting illness. You will undergo an assessment by the relevant medical service to understand if you, or a family member, requires palliative care.
We will work with your medical team and designated representative or family member and—most importantly, you—to establish and deliver your care plan. Your medical team can include your GP, your illness specialist, a psychologist, and any other qualified medical professionals involved in your treatment.
Yes, we can provide space for family members to access for overnight stays. We will make arrangements with you at the appropriate time.