Haus an der Tauernstraße

The residence with care services in Harlaching near the banks of the Isar river is part of a diverse social life

In our Tauernstraße residence you can see how traditional and proven ideas are mingled with modern, multifaceted living to their mutual enrichment. Founded in the 1970s, our home for the elderly in the south of Munich has become a popular institution with a strong appeal in the district.

Residents on a bench in the park

Care and assistance

In our residence, you will enjoy a feeling of ease and well-being. Our care and assistance is focused on your needs. This means that we support you or your family members in maintaining their mobility and leading independent lives - regardless of their ethnic background. We expressly welcome people from different cultural regions as residents.

Our residence accommodates up to 248 elderly persons in single or double rooms. We offer residents with dementia dedicated care that addresses their special needs. Our shared housing arrangements provide a stimulating environment and intensive support for people with mild dementia. In our open gerontopsychiatric care units, we provide people with severe dementia symptoms with care and assistance appropriate to their needs.

Residential services

  • Residential day care with individual attendance during walks, sitting gymnastics, strength and balance training, spa days with aromatherapy and a garden group with animal visits
  • Medical and therapeutic services, as well as chiropody
  • Seasonal festivals and excursions as well as film, literature and jukebox afternoons
  • Regular Catholic and Protestant church services in the residence’s chapel

Enjoy an active life with pleasurable experiences

Our care staff devote special attention to engaging residents according to their abilities and to encouraging them to take part in activities. These are very diverse and range from one-to-one consultations and taking walks to doing handicrafts, painting together and virtual golfing - with the computer-aided Wii console.

Our programme is very varied with piano afternoons in the cafeteria, ponies to stroke in the courtyard, and a photo exhibition about Turkish immigrants in the foyer. People from different cultures are welcome. We devote special care to residents who are no longer as able as they used to be. Light effects and music are used, for instance, to provide pleasurable sensory experiences.

taking diversity into account

"We attach great importance to creating a culture of open-mindedness and a friendly atmosphere, which is why we place an emphasis on respectful, friendly behaviour."

Marion Schneider

Residence manager, Haus an der Tauernstraße

Contact

Do you have any questions or would you like to arrange a viewing? Please call us or write to us.

Haus an der Tauernstraße
Tauernstraße 11
81547 München
+49 89 64255 0
harlaching@muenchenstift.de