IRT'S RESPONSE TO COVID-19
Due to the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, we have implemented visitor restrictions at all our residential aged care centres. Read More

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Discover the IRT Difference

As a community-owned aged care provider, we put people first. Our residents are cared for with kindness and supported to live connected lives.

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Professional personalised care 24/7

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Modern comfortable living

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Nutritious meals & refreshments

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Connection with family & friends

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Engaging lifestyle in a real community

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Aged care centres that give back

IRT’s Journey of Care

IRT’s Journey of Care provides an innovative approach to residential aged care, specialising in dementia and palliative care. Journey of Care also incorporates specialist programs, such as Montessori and Namaste.

Professional, personalised care 24/7

We’re the aged care providers you can trust. With 50 years’ experience, we know what it takes to provide professional care with a personal touch:

 

Highly trained staff with expertise in clinical care

 

Registered Nurses in every aged care centre and 24/7 staffing

 

Care Plans tailored to meet your needs. Decisions made with you, not for you

 

Specialisation in dementia care and palliative care

 

Cutting-edge electronic records management, aids and equipment

 

A network of trusted allied health professionals

Why live in a nursing home, when you can enjoy quality care and quality of life in an IRT aged care centre.

Modern comfortable living

You’ll feel at home in an IRT aged care centre. Our communities offer a choice in care suites and facilities, depending on your needs and preferences of aged care services. Features include:

 

A mix of private and shared care suites, with self-contained and shared bathrooms

 

Dining and lounge rooms with all the comforts of home

 

Landscaped courtyards and gardens

 

On site cafes, hairdressers and kiosks

 

Specialised suites for dementia, palliative and high care

Our reviews speak for us

The only place to live, great lifestyle.
Don W.
My nan is in residential aged care here and is so happy! Thanks to the IRT team for looking after her!
Ash T.
Lovely Staff! My nan has been super happy here!
Ash T.
This is where I met the Italian couple, Luigi and Rosa. Helen said Rosa will be translating but when I got to the bank swift code, Luigi was fine on his own.. I think he knows more then I am telling him except when I got to the banking swift numbers. This is a very nice, secure place, with very nice and humble people.
Yolanda L.
It needs lifts for people upstairs
Eddie O.
Visiting friends. A large, well-endowed complex for retirees
Warwick and Pam G.
Nice food. Great staff and service
DreaM Mancini C.
There are two IR in Tarrawanna, I went to the wrong one first. The lady directed me to the other IR at the end of the street, is that one block, two blocks or five blocks from here. She doesn’t understand the concept of blocks, your colleagues were here an hour ago, yes lady I’m a volunteer, and we have one more hour left. It five blocks up, end of the street is one block. Anyway Helen was great, she filled out her form on the QR, and talked not stop about ok turn it on and then what, I told her keep comming back and they will teach you more, the smart phone is like a encyclopedia, phone directory, jude box, and pin ball machine all in one, and global too.
Yolanda L.
Mum’s been looked after well and she loves the food.
Rita S.
Great products and services
Michael P.

We’ve got everything you need to know in one place

Looking for residential aged care but don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered with easy to understand information on topics like:

 

What to expect from your new home

 

When to move in to residential aged care

 

Government funding availability

 

Staying in touch with friends, family and loved ones

Learn more about residential aged care, and get carer support from The Good Life

Get expert advice and the latest in aged care.

IRT’S RESPONSE TO COVID-19 - UPDATE

Important reminder It is a direction of the State Chief Health Officers that you cannot visit your loved one’s aged care centre if you have…

31 July 21
Care Services
 
 

Benefits of volunteering in aged care

Volunteering is a way to make a difference and there are so many different ways to get involved.

30 June 21
Care Services
 
 

What is Alzheimer’s disease?

Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that affects memory, thinking and behaviour.

30 June 21
Care Services
 
 

How to take care of ageing parents

As our parents get older, even if they are completely independent, it’s possible they will need help with some tasks.

24 June 21
Care Services

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