Club Catherine King is a place where people of any age living with memory loss can relax and socialise.
Activities include craft, snooker, a mini-beauty salon, gardening group, and upcycling. We also enjoy visits from children in the community, sing-alongs and outings to various places around this beautiful city.
While we encourage everyone to join in with what’s happening on the day, we also understand that sometimes they may wish to simply take it easy, read the paper and enjoy a cuppa with some company.
Highly-skilled staff provide activities that while stimulating are not overwhelming, and are inclusive of everyone’s individualism in a safe and secure environment.
Club Catherine King is open from Monday to Friday, with occasional evening and weekend activities depending on our clients’ needs.
Transport to and from the club may be arranged (subject to availability), and we provide lunch and morning / afternoon tea.
Clients that attend Club Catherine King are very much valued by the staff and volunteers alike, and our philosophy is very much centred around doing activities with clients, not for them, whilst at the club.
If you are caring for an older person at home, there will probably be times when you need to recharge your batteries, take a holiday or pursue your own interests for a while. Respite care gives you the opportunity to take a break, knowing that the person you care for is in good hands. Respite can mean anything from a regular visit at home to a stay of a few weeks in a care centre.
People living with dementia can access all types of respite services offered by Amana Living. In particular, you may want to consider one of our three specialist clubs for ongoing, regular daytime respite.
We find that club visits are equally beneficial to carers and those in their care. Our clients have a wonderful time, socialising with others, gardening, cooking, relaxing or going on outings.
Explore the Dementia Care section of this site to find out more about services tailored for you.
The cost will depend on the type of respite care you choose and your eligibility for Government support. Check the pricing tabs for each centre or service to find out more.
Depending on your needs and preferences, you may be eligible for Government-subsidised home care or day respite services. We can help you find out what services are available to you and ensure you receive the best care package.
To find out if you are eligible for residential care centre respite, you must have been assessed by an Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) during the last 12 months. To arrange an assessment, contact your GP.
You will be entitled to a maximum of 63 respite days per year.
Our approach is to focus on the individual, understanding that the people we serve have enjoyed long and rich lives, and that they each have their own unique needs, abilities and preferences. We can accommodate a wide range of mobility, care needs and levels of independence.
Residential respite care is a great way to ease the transition into permanent care. Our care centres offer some of the most spacious rooms in the industry, most with private ensuites, and many with private lounge rooms and kitchenettes.
Amana Living has a broad range of care centres, offering short-term stays (between one and nine weeks), and three specialised day respite clubs for people living with dementia, including early onset dementia. Home care services are provided throughout Perth metro and in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
Use our interactive map to browse our locations and go to the menu links for further information on each centre.
We welcome phone enquiries. We won’t give you the ‘hard sell’. We’re here to guide you as to the best options for you. Contact us on 1300 26 26 26 to discuss your respite care needs.