Freemasons WA
Lawley

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Contact:
Howard Emery

Email:
info@freemasonswa.com.au

Website:
http://www.freemasonswa.com.au/

Phone:
0418 944 051

Fax:
(08) 9409 2300

Address:
3A Moolanda Blvd
Kingsley WA 6026

Freemasons WA is a benevolent society providing necessitous housing for the aged and their vision for Lawley Park was to build superior quality single-level housing that offers residents adaptable housing along with all the facilities they need to enjoy a high quality of life and still age in place.

Lawley Park offers a great location, just 15minutes to the City, but it’s the village’s lifestyle that sets it apart from other locations.  The homes at Lawley Park are contemporary designs offering independent living with an adaptable floor plan that allows for any lifestyle.

Each 3-bedroom, 2 bathroom unit is designed around a central open-plan living area and the third bedroom opens up onto the living room to allow everyone to be a part of family life.

If you find that your social life outgrows your home, you can also entertain family and friends in any of the Village facilities.  There’s a BBQ area, indoor pool and spa, gym and recreation room.  You can even see a Doctor, a Podiatrist or a Hairdresser without leaving the Village.

If you do want to travel outside, then Lawley Park’s excellent security means that you can also enjoy a lock-and-leave lifestyle.  Every home features Crimsafe security mesh, lockable windows and a Monitored Security system.  There’s also the Silver Chain system to safeguard your health.

Even with such tight security, getting into Lawley Park is easy, if you’re a potential resident.  Stage three of this highly successful development is currently under construction.  Find out more by calling 9272 4898 or drop by and have a coffee at 55 Alexander Drive in Menora.   www.lawleypark.com.au

Freemasons WA leads the way with a commitment to the values of Freemasonry and its benevolent philosophy Freemasons WA has shaped its services to reflect and offer attitudes of rare hospitality, concern and consideration for others.

Freemasons WA has hence taken positive initiatives on care partnerships and research ranging from affordable housing and men's health, to positive aging. It has a commitment to seeking out and working with like minded organisations, such as the Curtin University Centre for Research on Aging, Parkerville Children & Youth and others to extend its own knowledge and the community's awareness of social issues that are close the heart of the community.

Recognising that at any age, life is a continuum with family an important part of each person's life, Freemasons WA has embraced its person-centred philosophy and underpinned it with broad and extensive training for its team to ensure quality outcomes are provided to residents.

With this further commitment to embracing the challenges of both today and the future and harnessing the energy, knowledge and passion of people of all ages, Freemasons WA id focused on offering life-enhancing opportunities for residents through wellbeing programs for all.

Its thriving villages for seniors reach from Karratha to Kalgoorlie and down to Esperance, with all villages designed to suit the lifestyle of the area, the care needs of residents and the style of the local community. Freemasons WA's villages are overseen by a committed professional team which embrace the skills required to support the services and care standards offered by Freemasons WA. These include Registered and Enrolled nurses and allied health, village managers, financial officers and the full contingent of care support staff required to provide a holistic service. Freemasons WA has a commitment to enabling seniors to 'love the life they live' and to building thriving communities that have an energy and a purpose for residents and staff.