McKenzie Aged Care residences have a range of activities for assisting residents with dementia. These methods are designed help their residents lead full and happy lives.
Can’t remember where you left your glasses? Did you forget why you walked upstairs? Advancing age means there is an increased risk for various conditions such as Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, but small memory lapses are often the result of normal age-related changes in the function and structure of your brain. Some studies have even shows that our cognitive skills can begin to decline as early as 27 years of age.
It was a great morning for all involved as a team of Bethanie volunteers proudly unveiled their paintings and other artworks at an exhibition held on Thursday.
In attendance were the Honourable Mayor of Mosman Park Ron Norris, City of Claremont Councillor Karen Wood, Bethanie CEO Chris How and of course Bethanie residents, family members and staff.
It was an afternoon of reminiscing for many on Friday 13 March when the much anticipated ‘Animals on the Move’ visited residents at Benetas St Laurence Court Kangaroo Flat in Bendigo.
Animals on the Move is a touring barnyard experience which has become a popular addition to the Benetas St Laurence Court Kangaroo Flat’s lifestyle calendar.
Three employees and one resident of Tall Trees Rochedale have taken part in the World's Greatest Shave to help the Leukaemia Foundation fight blood cancer.
New South Wales Seniors Week is the largest festival for seniors in the Southern Hemisphere, designed to celebrate and recognise seniors for the contribution they make to the NSW community.
A range of government, community and commercial organisations hold hundreds of events across the state, encompassing art, sport, music, entertainment, technology, recreation, health, good nutrition and more.
Come along for a great day of celebrations and the official opening of Gosling Creek - Allity's newest home. With a free BBQ lunch, entertainment, jumping castles for the kids and educational seminars on how to understand aged care today, it's a day not to be missed.
You won’t find 91-year-old Joy Jeffes spending her time knitting or baking. Instead, you’ll find this grandmother of three from Mandurah 14’000 feet in the air - jumping from a plane.
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