Where Enjoying Life Matters

Located directly opposite Guildford Bowling Club, Hardi Guildford is home to residents from a rich variety of cultural backgrounds.

As a result, we have a range of multilingual staff from different cultural heritages.  Their goal is to make each resident as comfortable as possible, while still retaining their own cultural identity.

Hardi Guildford is close to public transport options.  The facility spans two levels, with a mix of single and companion accommodation available.  It also has a large outdoor garden area which is perfect for barbecues, outdoor activities, or just sitting with loved ones and enjoying the fresh air.

Within Hardi Guildford we can accommodate residents with varying health needs, including those with cognitive decline.

Our secure wing is designed to provide a home-like environment for residents who are experiencing cognitive decline. Added security measures in this wing provide peace of mind that these residents will not be able to wander if they become confused.  Our secure wing also includes a large lounge room and sensory room, and offers activities particularly designed for residents experiencing cognitive decline.

Chinese New Year Celebrations

Chinese New Year is a massive celebration amongst the Chinese community, Houses are decorated with red Spring Festival couplets, red lanterns, and red paper cuttings; city streets are lit up by red lanterns, and numerous people are dressed in red. This is because red in Chinese culture is the symbol of happiness, wealth and prosperity, and can ward off evil spirits and bring good luck. These red decorations are to the festival what Christmas trees are to Christmas.

At Hardi Aged Care Guildford, many residents that call Hardi home are Chinese descent so it’s important that we help them celebrate. Resident and staff had an amazing day, the Recreation Activities Officer, Emma So dressed in traditional Chinese costume and spoke of her Chinese culture and explained the zodiac meaning behind the ‘Year of the Rat’.  For a fun activity resident took part in a Chinese Auction, they were given a playing card each while the Diversional Therapist called out the winning cards. If the resident’s card was called out, they could either take their prize or steal someone else’s in a game of Hide or steal, most residents chose to keep their prize. Everyone had a fantastic day and can’t wait till the next celebration.

  • It has been 5 months since our father James passed away but we wanted to again acknowledge Elaine and staff for the time, commitment, care and compassion that you showed to James during his illness and to all members of our family. After reflecting back, I think it is important to say that even though Hardi Aged Care Guildford isn’t part of our daily lives we still hold the nursing home in high standards. So, this email is to just say that Elaine and the staff are still in our hearts and were an important part of our journey with dad. A journey that was extremely challenging, but we have peace in our hearts knowing that dad was with you at the end.  We came to know some of the residents well and still think of them.

    Guildford – Pauline McFarlane (February 2020)

  • “My mother passed away after nearly nine years at Mountainview as a high care resident. I just wanted to say that the staff were wonderful and treated her with respect and dignity. Over the years, as to be expected, we occasionally had issues that needed sorting and they would get straight onto it. I cannot recommend Mountainview highly enough. My mum had no choice but to go into high care following a stroke so initially was distressed at being there, but the love, friendship and laughter provided on a daily basis by staff, residents and relatives meant that she was happy in the last few years of her life. Thank you Mountainview.”

    Penrith – Sharon M (August 2017)

  • “I moved my parents from another facility to Hardi Aged Care at Seven Hills one year ago. It is the best thing that I have done for my parents.In my opinion I say that they moved from a backyard soccer coach to the institute of sport! They want for nothing. They are both in the extra services unit. They each have their own spacious rooms with bathrooms attached. There is a lovely dining hall on the same level, below is another dining hall/lounge room and outside is a lovely garden. Mum and Dad want for nothing.The staff at Hardis are all nice and treat my parents with the respect and love they deserve. All the staff from cleaning, kitchen, maintenance, reception, nursing, laundry, lifestyle staff and management all treat each resident with the same level of love and respect and I believe this is what sets this nursing home apart from all the rest. I am really thankful that Hardis was recommended to me as I do believe that if I had not moved both my parents they would not be here today.”

    Seven Hills – Cornelia Cole (May, 2017)

  • “I would like to thank all of staff looking after my mother Carol. Your team in this area go the next level in caring and I would recommend this nursing home to anyone who asked me. I would like to say a big thank you for all of the help and kind nature all your team has given my mother.”

    Blacktown – Daran Halkett (August, 2016)

  • “My dear friends, what can I say but thank you all from the bottom of my heart. Everybody at your lovely aged care home has been playing well above their weight when it comes to the care that Peter was provided with, I can name a few individuals such as John, Amy, and Greer but everybody knows the list is much larger than that, especially me! Not much else to say except for a very very big heartfelt thankyou to all your staff at Mountainview. The best aged care facility in the world.”

    Neil Temporini (September 2018)

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