Community Care - Glynde

The first LHI village was established at Glynde in 1957 as a result of the generosity and vision of Mr and Mrs A.B. Schulze.

Today the complex is situated on 5.7 hectares of pleasant landscaped grounds and enjoys close proximity to shops.  Easy public transport access to the Royal Adelaide Hospital, CBD and other amenities, have all helped Glynde to become the preferred location for retirement.


Our Glynde site provides:

  • Independent Living Units
  • High Dependency Care


Our services include:

  • On-site care services
  • On-site church and chaplains
  • Community Centre and facilities
  • Independent living units
  • Respite Care
  • High Dependency Care
  • Medical support services
  • Doctor's surgery
  • Physiotherapy services
  • Occupational Therapy services
  • Podiatry services
  • Café and restaurant
  • Entertainment programmes
  • Hairdressing

LHI is committed to service excellence and the recognition of the rights of each individual.

Allied Health Support Services

Through the provision of services including physiotherapy, occupational therapy and podiatry, we assist our clients to achieve and maintain their optimum level of independence.

Day Therapy Service

LHI's Glynde Day Therapy Service is funded through the Commonwealth Home Support Programme and can be accesssed via 'My Aged Care' for clients living in Adelaide's metropolitan east.

Client's will have a comprehensive assessment by a Physiotherapist or an Occupational Therapist and goals to achieve from the therapy will be set. A wide range of services are available to meet different needs including but not limited to Physio, Parkinson's group, Tai Chi, Men's group, Balance group, Genereal exercise group, Dementia support group, Low vision group, Upper limb group etc.

Christian Faith-The Cornerstone of LHI

Our beautiful purpose-built church is testimony to the Christian values which are the cornerstone of life in our Glynde village.

Our on-site chaplains are available to offer spiritual support to residents and their families.

Sophisticated technology enables church services to be broadcast to individual rooms in the High Dependency Care area.