RSL Care WA is a charitable
In addition, RSL Care WA also provides management services to not-for-profit Retirement Village and approved Aged Care providers.
Established and reliable, RSL Care WA is constantly looking at how to make their communities and services accessible and relevant to modern seniors. Our extensive range of professional and dedicated care services offer all of our clients and residents, and their loved ones, peace of mind secure in the knowledge that when individual needs change, there is always extra care available.
RSL Care WA is the first preference for the provision of innovative quality community and residential aged care and independent retirement living options to the general community, including ex-service men and women and their dependents in Western Australia.
As a registered charity, RSL Care WA provides accessible options across the full continuum of care for the aged in the general community, including ex-service men and women and their dependents.
Caring, Trust, Respect, Openness, Integrity, Fairness and Compassion.
The War Veterans' Home Mt Lawley was certainly the greatest single project achieved by the RSL in Western Australia.
The Home was set on 11 and a 1/2 acres of land, secured from the State Government in 1959, within an area previously known as the Scadden Pine Plantation. It was a desirable parcel of land at that time, due to its accessibility to the growing city of Perth.
Built at the cost of £190,000 and the buildings were officially opened by Premier The Hon D. Brand M.L.A., on Saturday, 11th March 1961. During the course of his remarks on that occasion, Premier Brand described the culmination of the RSL's efforts as a "job well done" and offered his congratulations concerning the design, standard of building and
RSL WA claimed with justifiable pride, that the War Veterans' Home was comparable with anything of its type in the Southern Hemisphere, and looked forward with confidence in its ability to maintain the exceptionally high standard already set.
Menora Gardens is now proudly established on this land, where the original Home once stood.