- Inter-denominational chapel.
- Transport to shops and amenities, which are in close proximity.
- Visiting podiatrist by appointment.
- Dining room seating area.
- Recreational activities area.
Following the 2016 merger of the Max Ordman Deaf Association with Rand Aid Association, two spacious wings at Thembalami were refurbished to accommodate existing residents of MODA’s Colonel Rowland Home for Aged Deaf and Deafblind in Bedfordview, as well as new residents.
The wings offer 24 beds, consisting of en-suite double rooms, for couples, and single rooms, with two single rooms sharing an inter-leading bathroom. Downstairs rooms open onto beautiful gardens while upstairs rooms open onto a balcony.
Fees include full board and lodging; 24-hour nursing care, with a nurse-call system in place; doctor on call; and a podiatry and laundry service. An occupational therapy programme, that includes craft and recreation activities, is offered daily.
Other services and facilities offered include: