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Feature for the Elderly: May 2022 | Newcastle Weekly


Here is a guide to the lives of your seniors at some of the best nursing homes and services throughout Hunter.


Elderly residents of Regis Port Stevens have been invited to free the green sea turtle Elvis back into the wild. The group was given a wonderful briefing on what happened to Elvis, and a story of his recovery. Shortly after he was placed on the sand at Fly Point, Elvis headed to the bay to start his next chapter back in the wild.

Their residents enjoy participating in community projects and were excited to be a part of this important event.

Find out more about Regis Port Stephens by visiting regis.com.au or by calling 1300 998 100.


If you or your aging loved one is having trouble performing daily tasks due to old age, physical or mental impairment, Newcastle Home Care Assistance can help. We believe that every person and family is unique and that care and support should be just as unique. We take the time to understand the benefits, desires and dreams of our customers. We believe that every older person should have access to the personal attention of the caregiver of their choice, individual care services and control over their daily schedule for as long as possible.

A: 43-45 Belford St Broadmeadow

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Giving people struggling with ladder freedom and independence, Acorn Stairlifts has been providing assistance nationally and internationally for over 25 years. The lifts are ideal for people with disabilities, people who have had a stroke or the elderly with limited mobility, helping them regain independence and make full use of their home by safely ascending and descending stairs. We are a leader in our design and innovation and are the first stair lift manufacturer to be awarded the Arthritis Foundation Award for ease of use. Contact today to talk to an expert.


Forster Holiday Village is just one street from Wallis Lake, beaches, shopping malls and club entertainment – the location is absolutely wonderful. Choose any of our 17 fully self-contained ground-floor apartments and cottages with two and three bedrooms. Equipped with air conditioning, ceiling fans and free Wi-Fi

All have covered parking, an open-plan living room with Foxtel TV and DVD players, and a full-size kitchen. All linen is provided; however you can bring beach towels.

Forster Holiday Village has a large heated pool, a 1/2 tennis court, a basketball hoop, a ground trampoline, a children’s playground and four free barbecues.

This is the perfect place to relax for the weekend, a week or longer. Your friendly hosts, Eric and Lee, will help make your stay enjoyable. Call us now to book your next stay.


Do you want to discover a new career direction and explore the basic elements of support for older people and people with disabilities? The government has focused on the elderly care and public services sector and is providing funding through the JobTrainer initiative to help you improve job security and gain new skills through certificates or diploma courses with low or free *. Contact Atwea College at (02) 4925 4200 or visit our website at www.atwea.edu.au
* selection criteria apply

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