What is Assisted Living

Assisted living is a residential option for seniors who want or need help with some of the activities of daily living things like cooking meals, getting to the bathroom in the middle of the night, keeping house, and traveling to appointments.

Acacia Care – A home-away-from-home

Acacia Care is a well-established retirement home offering assisted living to the elderly in a quiet, spacious, comfortable and homely house situated in picturesque surroundings in the heart of Botha’s Hill in the Upper Highway area of Durban.

We provide safe and comfortable facilities with a warm, friendly atmosphere for those in need of Assisted Living or Frail Care in a small, intimate place of residence. Owner, Sister Trish Adams, aims to provide individual, personalised care with a flexible daily routine that respects the independence of residents.

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Frail Care

Acacia Care offers exceptional frail care for its residents. The main purpose of these services is to ensure our residents are happy and are receiving the best care possible. We strive to maintain a ‘Home away from Home’ policy for both the residents and their families with our doors open day and night.

We offer a wide variety of stimulation and entertainment programs that are run on a daily basis. Here at Acacia Care, our resident’s physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing is our top priority.

Step-down / Rehab

Acacia Care offers comfortable step down care for its residents. These services benefit a person who has spent some time in hospital as a result of an illness, a stroke or an operation and is requiring care to recuperate before returning back home.

If they are medically stable and no longer need to be in a hospital environment and can be discharged to a care facility, Acacia Care is the preferred place to be.

Respite Care

Acacia Care offers respite care to residents for the benefit of both the resident and their families. These services offer short-term, temporary relief to those who are caring for family members who might otherwise require permanent placement in a facility outside the home. Respite also provides a positive experience for the person receiving care