Care and Friendship since 1952

26/06/2018 - 15:10


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Care and Friendship since 1952

At Braemar, we believe in providing high quality relationship centred aged care, supporting the bonds that exist between our residents, their families and our team.

We offer residential aged care in the City of Melville and Town of East Fremantle. Here, our dedicated and passionate aged care team are on hand to support our residents to live a fulfilling life.

Braemar Cooinda and Braemar Village are located in Willagee, on North Lake Road, while Braemar House is situated in the leafy suburb of East Fremantle. Our fourth property, Braemar in Bicton is currently flagged for regeneration.

Braemar Cooinda is a hotel-like design. The facility is split over several levels; with convenient lift access between floors. Braemar Cooinda offers stylish, modern residential accommodation and quality care for up to 108 residents. This includes a 31 room specialist care service, designed to support individuals with high care needs.

Rooms are decorated in a modern style, with lots of natural light. Each room comes with a large window, comfortable bed and en-suite bathroom; as well as seating area for residents and visitors to enjoy.

Located nearby, the homely Braemar Village provides warm and inviting, single story accommodation for up to 52 residents, each with their own bedroom, en-suite and private garden or courtyard access.

Braemar Village is situated close to landscaped parks and public transport, local community amenities including shopping centres, post offices, chemists, cafés and restaurants.

Nestled in a well-established neighbourhood in East Fremantle, Braemar House offers a warm and inviting environment. Braemar House provides 58 rooms, including 24 rooms in Lee House, a specialist dementia care facility.

At each Braemar location, our team of dedicated aged care specialists are on hand to support you to live a fulfilling life. Our expertise includes the provision of quality aged care services specialising in Dementia Care, Palliative Care, Emotional Support and Spiritual Care.

All Braemar facilities provide high quality meals and food, allied health services and an active resident lifestyle and enrichment program. Our range of aged care services and activities are varied and tailored to each person’s care requirements.

Braemar’s Style of Care:

Braemar services are delivered through our care philosophy of Relationship Centred Care. This philosophy supports the relationships that exist and develop between staff, volunteers, residents and their families.

We provide homes where residents feel safe and engaged with their daily lives. Our team empower our residents to make choices on their level of participation in activities and events, both within Braemar and when engaging with the wider community.

Our team works with residents to help them celebrate their lives, while creating events and activities that enrich their day, with the aim to give everyone living at Braemar something positive to strive for.

What we value:

The Braemar team uphold the values of “Care and Friendship”. At Braemar, the word Care is part of everything we do, while also standing for our values of Commitment, Accountability, Respect and Empathy; while Friendship is our key underlying value.

For our team, these values mean:

  • Commitment: “I act with pride and passion in my work at Braemar”,
  • Accountability: “I own my own actions”,
  • Respect: “I may have a different point of view, but I will listen to, acknowledge and include you”,
  • Empathy: “I understand and share your feelings”, and
  • Friendship “I value everything you have to offer”.

If you like the sound of life at Braemar and want to learn more about us, our services and care philosophy visit us online at, give us a call on 08 6279 3636 or follow us on social media @braemarcare


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