At May Shaw, we 

every day.

We know that any move can be a stressful time, but at May Shaw Scottsdale, we are dedicated to helping you feel right at home. What is important to you is important to us: connections with your loved ones or cherished possessions you may wish to bring with you. Our aim: May Shaw is a place where you will always feel welcomed, safe and respected for who you are.

At May Shaw Scottsdale, we pride ourselves on a great community; a place where everyone is on a first-name basis.


We offer activities that range from physical exercises like carpet bowls to cooking, craft, music and regular sing-alongs. We also offer weekly bus trips and shopping for those who like to get out and about, and armchair travel expeditions for those who can't. 


And we know the small things count. If you look good, you feel good. We offer all our residents regular podiatry, hand care, nail care, foot spas and massages. 


Our exciting new extension, due to be opened early 2021 will mean we can offer a better range of rooms that can suit your needs and budget. The new rooms come in two styles, with valley views to Scottsdale's east and others with close access to the new courtyard area. All the new rooms have been designed with the latest comfort, safety and accessibility features such as wide doorways, lifting aids and fold-away seats in showers. All have generous inbuilt wardrobe and storage space, TV and wifi. 

If you would like to arrange a tour of May Shaw Scottsdale, please call (03) 6352 9600

or email mayshaw@mayshaw.com.au

For more information, please download a copy of our Room Rates:


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May Shaw is an inclusive organisation that welcomes clients and staff from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ) communities.

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