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ACH Group ViTA Residential Services

Residential aged care at ACH Group ViTA Residential Services in Daw Park, South Australia

  • Permanent
  • Respite
  • Dementia
  • About the home

    ViTA, located in Daw Park, South Australia, is an aged care home offering 60 places for various care levels including low, high, and respite care, with 30 designated as extra service. The facility features air-conditioned, well-lit common areas, a spacious foyer, café, hair salon, gym, private dining, a theaterette, main activities room, and landscaped gardens with outdoor seating.

    The home provides healthy ageing programs, alternate therapies, allied health services, social worker and chaplain services, on-site GP, pharmacy, incontinence products, toiletries, and transport services. ViTA focuses on delivering a high-quality, home-like experience through integrated health, aged care, and educational solutions.

    • Onsite hairdresser
    • Specialised allied health services
    • Transport
    • Organised activities
    • Gardens
    • Outdoor courtyard
    • Nearby shops
    • Onsite chapel
    dave piper
    dave piper
     · 08/03/2023

    Never let a relative or close friend ever stay at this father in law spent a week there before passing away in a Nursing home ..he was not cared for properly had no interaction with the carers who apparently cared for him he came out worse than when he went into their care big complaints going but as way...keep clear of this place

    Garry Leduff
    Garry Leduff
     · 08/01/2023

    Visited my mother on Christmas eve. The floor in her room had food particles and papers dispersed throughout the carpet. More recently we were informed my mother had a PCR test during our visit which came back positive placing us and grandchildren at risk of COVID. We should not have been allowed to visit her while VITA waited for the PCR result.

     · 25/08/2022

    Terrible management. Do not work here if you are a fresh graduate nurse. They are invasive of your private life and they will pressure you to work with minimum supervision. Not to mention staying back unpaid.

    S T
    S T
     · 16/12/2020

    Good staff (with only a couple of lazy/uncaring staff amongst the many who DO). Excellent rooms, one person per room, large TV with DVD (and Smart TV apps if you know how to use them - Mobile Hotspot works), arm supports for the toilet, rails for getting around the bathroom, shower chair, huge bed with rails, urine bottles with bed rail hooking baskets. Basic meals you'd get in Flinders Medical Centre - a shame that's the only part that falls over. McLaren Vale Hospital has roughly 20 less beds and better meals. Great gym for rehabilitation, with weights, steps, Motomed machines and even XBOX KINECTS. (No, REALLY. The management of FMC were exploring gaming exercise equipment. There's even a Wii Fit Balance Board!) All up, a 4/5 until the rough edges are fixed. (It'd be 3.5 without the Cafe on the Ground Floor! Look up Cafe Vita on Maps nearby! Their Lemon Slices, carrot cake and Mountain Fresh drinks [Tropical especially!] are great!)

    Robin Porter
    Robin Porter
     · 15/04/2019

    My father has been left all day in a wet bed because the staff came in early this morning, suddenly switched all the bright lights on in his room and told him he he had to get up out of bed for a shower. He was feeling unwell, with nausea and headache. He told the staff he just wanted to be left alone, probably I am assuming in a rather terse manner. Because of his refusal to cooperate and his "aggression" he was not cared for at all throughout the day. All I can say is shame ACH SHAME!!!!!! When trying to address the situation with the Registered nurse on duty, admittedly I raised my voice demanding that my father be attended to and removed from the wet bed he had sat in all day immediately. She responded by telling me she would have to call security because I was yelling at her. Certainly the claims made by ACH of excellent, caring and compassionate aged care are not the real lived experience of their clients. After much fuss my mother and I, with the very much appreciated assistance and understanding of just one of the carers, attended to my father, cleaned him up, got him some dinner and placed him back into a clean bed. This will not be the last they hear of the neglect, disrespect and abuse of my father.

    Rooms & Pricing

    $550,000 - $550,000 · 60 rooms · Concessional residents welcome

    Single room - private ensuite1EnsuiteApprox 20 sqm
    Single rooms - private ensuite1EnsuiteApprox 20 sqm

    Things to know

    About the operator

    • Operated by Aged Care & Housing Group Inc
    • Is Commonwealth government subsidised
    • ABN: 99437071895

    Safety Checks

    • Certification valid
    • Has not received notice of sanction
    • Is accredited


    17 Rockville Avenue Daw Park 5041 Sa