Visit Stathdevon

Your goals and needs are our priority

  • 24/7, high quality clinical care by qualified and experienced staff
  • Palliative care
  • Friendly, consistent and reliable local staff
  • Focus on restorative care to support wellbeing through allied health services including podiatry, physiotherapy, dietician and speech therapy
  • Private family palliative area

Providing the services you need to live well

  • 67 single rooms with outdoor patio or balcony
  • Ensuite bathrooms and generous built-in wardrobes
  • Quality dining experiences, with choices of food and drinks that cater for individual needs and preferences, cooked fresh on site by our qualified chefs
  • Comfortable and spacious lounge rooms
  • Beautifully landscaped gardens and courtyards
  • Secure sensory garden

Helping you get the most out of life

  • Dynamic and engaging lifestyle and activities program based on the Montessori Method that aims to enable individuals to be as independent as possible, maintain self-esteem and provide purpose
  • In-house activities and social outings, themed days and guest entertainers
  • Community café
  • Hairdressing salon
  • Resident vegetable gardens
  • Community bus

Your wellbeing is our primary concern

  • Dedicated chaplain on site
  • Pastoral and spiritual care
  • Chapel area for worship and celebration times
  • Inclusive programs supporting people of all backgrounds, faiths and preferences
  • Strong volunteer networks and close ties with local communities
  • Pet therapy program and in-house pets
  • Option provided for carers to attend appointments and lifestyle activities with residents (fees apply)

Our Latrobe Community aged care residence in North West Tasmania has undergone an expansion and renovation to provide more high quality care to seniors, enabling them to remain within their local community as they age.

A new, state-of-the-art 30-bed wing featuring modern single bedrooms with ensuites opened in May 2019.

The renovation also includes new community facilities, including a hairdressing salon, chapel, activities room and community café, where residents can spend time with their friends and family.

The welcoming facility offers high quality, modern services that cater for the needs of older people in North West Tasmania, including rooms designed for people from the Indigenous community.

We recognise everyone’s needs are different. Whether you need a little help with everyday living or more intensive support, our flexible and responsive approach ensures you can get the most out of life, no matter where you are on your ageing journey.

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I’ve always been a very active person and, even though I’m 92 years old, I love getting up and doing things to help.

We have five budgerigars and I look after them. I get up early in the morning to feed them and wheel the cage to a nice position for the day, then put them away at night.

I also go down to the laundry every morning and fold the serviettes for the residents to use in the dining room. And of course, my gardening – I love working in the garden here and all the residents and families enjoy the beautiful garden.

I contribute to the community at Strathdevon, just like I would at home.

- Bette Davey, Resident

Strathdevon Bette Resident

Accommodation options

Room category Room description Max RAD Max DAP Example: 50/50 RAD + DAP combination
Superior (Henley) Single room with private ensuite $375,000 $41.19 ​$187,500 + $20.59
Premium (Henley) Single Room with private ensuite $350,000 $38.45 ​$175,000 + $19.22
Premium (Roland) Single room with private ensuite $250,000 $27.46 ​$125,000 + $13.73

The above table details the maximum accommodation rates for Latrobe Community, Strathdevon. (Effective 1st January 2022)

Residents can choose to pay for their accommodation by either a RAD (Refundable Accommodation Deposit), or a DAP (Daily Accommodation Payment); or a combination of both. A DAP accrues daily and is paid periodically, for example monthly. A combination payment includes both a partial RAD and partial DAP.

I work as an Extended Care Assistant and am studying to become a registered nurse.

A couple of years ago I did some work experience in aged care and found I could make a significant impact to someone’s life in this sector. In aged care you have a more intimate relationship with your residents than you might in a hospital – you’re working in their home during a really special time of their life.

I always try to give the residents a little bit of extra time and be there as a friend or someone they can talk to, as well as supporting the families of our residents.

The most rewarding thing about working in aged care is bringing joy to other people.

– Kaitlyn Smith, Extended Care Assistant

Strathdevon Eca Profile

Sharing the Care is our support kit for families and carers new to residential care.

Designed to help family carers and the person they care for make the transition to residential care a little easier.

Our comprehensive support kit guides you through what to expect and how to cope with this significant life change, from emotional responses and personal wellbeing to settling the resident into their new home. It provides practical advice and easy access to the information and supports you might need during this time of transition.

Learn more about Sharing the Care
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Latrobe Community, Strathdevon

37 Moriarty Road,
Latrobe TAS 7307

Tel: (03) 7038 0400
Fax: (03) 7038 0477

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** Please note that due to the current COVID-19 situation, not all sites are available for tours. Where tours are possible, safe visiting protocols are in place, which include pre-screening, social distancing and hygiene requirements before entry into the facility. No tours are possible without an appointment.

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