The Southland’s nursing homes are not just for the elderly.
They’re also for people with disabilities.
And while many people who are older than 65 are able to use their nursing homes, many younger people with physical or intellectual disabilities are also eligible for care.
Here’s what you need to know about Southland nursing homes.
Southland Nursing Home is the largest nursing home in South Australia.
It’s located in the city of Goldfields in the south-west of the state, and is home to 1,200 residents.
The nursing home was established in 1891 and is one of the oldest in the state.
It was built by the Southland Corporation, which also owns many other nursing homes across the state and region.
The current nursing home has been in operation for more than 100 years.
It has three residential facilities: the Lidcombe Nursing Home, the Liddell Nursery and the Lydon-Curtis Nursing Home.
All three facilities are located on the grounds of the Southlands Regional Health Service, which runs the region’s hospitals.
The Lidcox Nursing Home has been operating since it opened in 1992, and it has served over 15,000 patients.
The facility is a four-bed unit, with a suite in the home’s lounge, and four other bedrooms.
The second floor is home for seniors, with one bed in the bedroom, and two other bedrooms available for use as living quarters.
The third floor is a nursing home with a separate suite.
There is also a separate home for adults with physical disabilities.
The residents at Lidburn are able-bodied and require assisted living services.
They are also housed in a separate nursing home.
There are four residential facilities that serve a broader range of needs.
The oldest is the South Lidcrest nursing home located in Melbourne’s west.
This facility has been serving over 50,000 people since it was built in 1885.
It is also home to more than 20,000 seniors, many of whom require assisted care.
The other two facilities are the Southwood nursing and rehabilitation facility and the North Lidcliffe facility in the South Coast.
Both facilities are also located in a four bed unit.
The Southwood facility has an office and lounge area, while the Northwood facility is more like a home for residents with physical and intellectual disabilities.
There’s also a residential home for people who have physical and mental health problems.
There was a nursing facility in Adelaide called the Blue Hill Nursing Home that was also used as a rehabilitation centre and care home.
The former Blue Hill facility has now been converted into a residential facility, which has been the site of many social activities, including a bowling alley.
It also has a residential residential home that serves those who are recovering from a spinal cord injury.
This is the home of the Royal Adelaide Hospital, which was originally founded in 1882 and was originally a medical facility.
The Royal Adelaide is one the oldest hospitals in Australia and has served more than 3 million patients since it closed in 1999.
The facilities are home to the South Southland Regional Health Care Facility, which offers care to over 15 million Southlanders.
The centre offers 24-hour medical and nursing services to more of the region, including in the Goldfields area.
The area is home only to those who have a disability.
This means that residents with mental health issues, as well as those who suffer from substance use problems, can use the facilities.
The people who live in the facilities also receive a range of services including home visits, job training, and the right to a free day at a nearby park.
The areas are home only for residents of the Northlands region.
This includes Southland, West Adelaide, Southbank and other parts of the north-east of the province.
It means residents in South Liddecorte and South Lydbrook cannot use the nursing homes in the north and south of the regional health service.
The regions are home for the residents of South Lidsdale, which is also located at the North Lakes Regional Health Centre.
The regional health centre has been providing health care services to Southland residents for more of its history, and was one of its first facilities to offer home visits.
The Northlands residents are also able to receive free day visits to parks, parks and recreation areas.
The region is home and is only accessible by wheelchair accessible vehicles.
Residents are also not restricted from socialising and socialising in other facilities across the region.
There may be a limited number of people who need care in each facility, depending on how much care the residents require.
However, if the care is deemed to be urgent, a staff member can call the nursing home to discuss a transfer.
Residents can use their facilities at the end of the day, but they