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Senior winter fire safety: what you need to know

Senior winter fire safety: what you need to know

As the weather cools down, now is the time that we start reaching for our electric blankets and pulling our heaters out of storage. While it’s important to stay warm in winter, we also need to make sure that we stay safe – and help protect our loved ones –

Helping Jane achieve quality of life

Helping Jane achieve quality of life

Enjoying quality of life looks different for each person. For Jane, a 56-year-old living in the suburbs of Manly, it’s all about doing the things she loves: socialising with friends, chatting to people, going on trips and spending time with her beloved cat Lucy. Not so long ago, these simple

Top 5 Benefits Of Moving into Supported Living

Top 5 Benefits Of Moving into Supported Living

Is supported living for you? Maybe you want to find out more about supported living, but you just don’t know where to start. Either way, you can find out everything you need to know, right here. What is Supported Living? Unlike residential homes, supported living gives people the chance to

The Signs Your Ageing Parents Need More Help Than Ever Before

The Signs Your Ageing Parents Need More Help Than Ever Before

Ageing is something that we are all coming to terms with every single day. When our parents, who have looked after us for most of our lives, are now advancing in age, we must consider how much help we are giving them. There comes a point in their lives where

What Is the Difference Between Group Homes and Aged Care Facilities?

What Is the Difference Between Group Homes and Aged Care Facilities?

Deciding which care option is right for you or your loved one is potentially difficult. Because there are a variety of traditional aged care options to choose from, such as in-house care, living with family members, or a traditional aged care facility, many people may overlook the new concept of

Growing Up Disabled in Australia: book review

Growing Up Disabled in Australia: book review

“The identity which I had feared for so long is now one of my greatest qualities. It’s who I am. As a 34-year-old woman, I am disabled and so very proud. I teach my daughter about disability, I sing about disability. I speak about disability. I advocate, and I share

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