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Cooper House - Wheller Gardens (Wesley Mission Queensland )

· 930 Gympie Road Chermside 4032 Qld

Residential aged care at Cooper House - Wheller Gardens (Wesley Mission Queensland ) in Chermside, Queensland

  • Permanent
  • Respite
  • About the home

    Cooper House at Wheller Gardens is an aged care community in Chermside featuring 58 rooms, each with access to extensive outdoor areas including gardens, seating, and a gazebo. The facility offers a children's play area and a communal lounge with pianos, a keyboard, TV, DVD, and stereos. It provides individualized care through a clinical team and on-site Wheller Gardens Therapy Centre, offering dietary, podiatry, speech pathology, physiotherapy, occupational, and music therapy services. Close coordination between allied health staff and nursing staff facilitates tailored resident support. Cooper House is conveniently located near public transport, shopping centres, cinemas, and restaurants, enhancing its accessibility and attractiveness for residents and visitors.

    • Gardens
    • Nearby shops
    • Specialised allied health services
    • Organised activities

    Cooper House - Wheller Gardens (Wesley Mission Queensland ) Rating

    Based on resident reviews and Government service audits.

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    Cooper House - Wheller Gardens (Wesley Mission Queensland ) Reviews

    8.2· Recommended by 83% residents



    The Residents Experience rating shows what current residents at Cooper House - Wheller Gardens (Wesley Mission Queensland ) think of the food, staff, care and more. These ratings are from the 2023 Aged Care Quality Commission Survey.

    Shannon Mountford
    Shannon Mountford
     · 13/09/2022

    Put it this way.. I pulled my NDIS application in case I got stuck with a service like this for life!! Edit: well thank you for your public response Wesley Mission however as you should be more than familiar I have tried to discuss and action the o going abuse towards disadvantaged and disabled persons being me numerous times. I even started a book to keep track of the weekly abuse since all the case manager says is that there is the option of another organisation that they know are all at capacity.

    Gary Fedrick
    Gary Fedrick
     · 27/06/2022

    I would like to thank Ally for all her help finding me the support I needed. Very caring and professional.

    Vonnie Allison
    Vonnie Allison
     · 18/01/2022

    These people (that run the show, NOT the carers) DGAF about their clients. They offer a substandard service and only care about the money, not the clients. I would recommend Wesley Mission care as a very last resort. Again, the carers themselves are great. They are not too happy about how things are run, either. No wonder they can’t keep staff. A big NOPE. As far from Christian ideals as you can get.

    kanga rooth
    kanga rooth
     · 18/10/2021

    I was referred to the Wesley Mission Way Back program via the hospital when I was admitted because of active su*cide ideation and was basically given a bunch of pamphlets and then dropped as a client. At the time of my intake, I was also going through a family crisis with my father in hospital facing major heart bypass surgery, and I got no support from my social worker. In fact, after my initial intake meeting, my social worker didn't contact me for a month and when they did eventually contact me again, it was to tell me that I was being dropped as a client. I was told by the hospital that the Way Back program was supposed to be a 12 week program. Yeah right! No support whatsoever and then abandoned when I need support the most. Typical mental health stigma at its finest.

    wayne reynolds
    wayne reynolds
     · 24/02/2020

    Spending funding specifically for counciling sufferers with PTSD , is totally advertise that you help, then turn them away because you spent the funding money impropriety. .typical church management...turning away a deeply depressed victom with PTSD, may mean the end for them.

    Rooms & Pricing

    $475,000 - $550,000 · Concessional residents welcome

    Room 1 - Single room + ensuite1Ensuite17.5
    Deluxe single room with ensuite and private balcony1Ensuite17.5

    About the Staff

    191 mins
    All Care Staff
    47 mins
    Registered Nurse

    Types of staff employed

    The average resident at Cooper House - Wheller Gardens (Wesley Mission Queensland ) received 191 minutes of total daily care from a combination of support workers, enrolled and registered nurses. This is 91% of their daily total care target of 209 minutes set by the Australian government based on the unique needs of their residents.

    Things to know

    About the operator

    • Operated by The Uniting Church in Australia Property Trust (Q.) through Blue Care
    • Is Commonwealth government subsidised
    • ABN: 96010643909

    Safety Checks

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


    930 Gympie Road Chermside 4032 Qld


    What is the ACQSC star rating of Cooper House - Wheller Gardens (Wesley Mission Queensland )?

    Cooper House - Wheller Gardens (Wesley Mission Queensland ) has an overall ACQSC star rating of Good.

    What is the price range of residential aged care at Cooper House - Wheller Gardens (Wesley Mission Queensland )?

    Cooper House - Wheller Gardens (Wesley Mission Queensland ) has 2 different types of rooms which range in price between $475,000 and $550,000 maximum refundable accomodation deposit.

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