In an example of how it is leading the way in best-practice aged care, Braemar Presbyterian Care is launching virtual tours of its three residential facilities, enabling visitors to ‘walk through’ each of its homes to assess the available accommodation and amenities.

 

Virtual tours at Braemar’s Cooinda facility in Melville, Braemar Village in Willagee and Braemar House in East Fremantle can now be undertaken on line, with internet users able to gain a complete 360 degree view of each home.

 

Braemar Presbyterian Care Chief Executive, Wayne Belcher (OAM), says West Australians are increasingly utilising digital channels to research aged care options. 

 

“We felt it was important to offer the community a digital method to explore our aged care facilities, providing a real sense of what the buildings, rooms and facilities look like,” he says.

 

“When residential aged care is needed it is often a stressful time for both residents and families. These virtual tours offer the community the ability to view Braemar’s aged care facilities from their computer or device, taking a virtual walk-through of the buildings to get a real and true sense as to what we have on offer here at Braemar.”

Cooinda Virtual Tour >House Virtual Tour >Village Virtual Tour >