Juniper John Bryant Reviews, Photos & Availability | Caring Co
Australia > Western Australia > Marangaroo

Juniper John Bryant

· 95 Rawlinson Drive Marangaroo 6064 Wa

Residential aged care at Juniper John Bryant in Marangaroo, Western Australia

  • Permanent
  • Respite
  • Dementia
  • About the home

    Juniper John Bryant is an aged care home in Marangaroo, dedicated to residents with dementia, offering 42 low care places spread across three houses. The facility boasts secure gardens, a courtyard, and an alfresco barbeque area, designed with dementia-friendly landscaping.

    Each house features a dining room, lounge areas, a large central activity room, and a therapy room. Juniper John Bryant adopts a comprehensive approach to person-centered care, providing clinical, allied health, and lifestyle services. The facility offers multiple services free of charge, such as pharmacy deliveries, bus outings, visits from clergy, volunteer interaction, aromatherapy, and daily newspapers.

    Residents enjoy various spaces for dining and relaxation, including lounges, a games/activity room for wellness classes, and smaller lounges for private visits with family and friends.

    • Gardens
    • Outdoor courtyard
    • Organised activities

    Juniper John Bryant Rating

    Based on resident reviews and Government service audits.

    7.9
    Overall Score
    234
    Staffing Minutes
    1 Year Accreditation

    Juniper John Bryant Reviews

    9.0· Recommended by 94% residents

    Categories

    Staff9.0
    90%
    Home9.1
    91%
    Independence8.8
    88%
    Food8.3
    83%
    Kindness9.8
    98%
    Safety9.8
    98%

    The Residents Experience rating shows what current residents at Juniper John Bryant think of the food, staff, care and more. These ratings are from the 2022 Aged Care Quality Commission Survey.

    Russel D
    Russel D
     · 25/08/2020

    A few years ago my Nana developed dementia as things become worse she needed moving out of her home and into high care and this was the place that was available at the time, looking back I can see why they had vacancies just as we had created one when we left. I have seen this place has some good feedback, maybe it is for the some other area of this place. The high care area the food was like slops, the place is like a rabbit warren with narrow corridors connecting rooms can't fit more than one person down at a time and the doors are all locked into little sections needing a staff member to unlock just to move about the place. I resemble this place to detention centre or prison rather than a nice place for your loved one to be comforted by. Needless to say we removed her at earliest opportunity to another home and my god was it different. The front door was locked of course but walking in to was wide open plan with different spaces all centred around a large landscaped courtyard this place was a community and it's where she lived happily out the rest of her days. I strongly DO NOT recommend John Bryant to anyone. If you have a relative in this place, keep phoning around and getting them transferred somewhere else. There is nothing that can be done to fix the poor layout warren like layout that is not healthy for anyone's mental state (staff or resident), some TNT and a bulldozer is the friendly thing to do for the sake of humanity.

    Julie Roberts
    Julie Roberts
     · 01/06/2020

    The care in Juniper John Bryant cannot be faulted. This has been particularly highlighted the during Covid -19. Staff are on top of any issues before you raise them. The visiting GP Dr Chin adds value to what is a small, well managed and caring dementia specific aged care facility. It may be older than some other places and a little worn in parts but renovations are underway and, in any event, the care John Bryant offers is much more important to our family.

    Geoffrey K Murray
    Geoffrey K Murray
     · 07/01/2018

    Mum was placed into care here late november. the room is bright and cheery, mum is well cared for and is now content and well looked after. we are so grateful

    MrCLAASS
    MrCLAASS
     · 23/08/2017

    This place is like living in a local home. Integrated into the local metropolitan architecture, residents of this dementia are genuinely happy I've found. I've visited twice.

    MICHAEL HOARE
    MICHAEL HOARE
     · 22/12/2016

    Well run, good staff and very clean

    Rooms & Pricing

    · Concessional residents welcome

    Single Room with Ensuite - Dementia1Ensuite15 - 25 sqm

    About the Staff

    234
    234 mins
    All Care Staff
    41 mins
    Registered Nurse

    Types of staff employed

    Podiatrists
    Enrolled Nurses
    Physiotherapists
    Registered Nurses
    Personal Carers
    Care Managers
    Occupational Therapists

    The average resident at Juniper John Bryant received 234 minutes of total daily care from a combination of support workers, enrolled and registered nurses. This is 105% of their daily total care target of 223 minutes set by the Australian government based on the unique needs of their residents.

    Things to know

    About the operator

    • Operated by Uniting Church Homes
    • Not for profit business
    • Is Commonwealth government subsidised
    • ABN: 15360992349

    Safety Checks

    • Certification valid
    • Has not received notice of sanction
    • Is accredited
    • 3 Years accreditation period

    Location

    95 Rawlinson Drive Marangaroo 6064 Wa

    Questions

    What is the ACQSC star rating of Juniper John Bryant?

    Juniper John Bryant has an overall ACQSC star rating of Acceptable.

    What is the price range of residential aged care at Juniper John Bryant?

    Juniper John Bryant has 1 different types of rooms which range in price between $450,000 and $450,000 maximum refundable accomodation deposit.

    Is this your business? Claim this profile