Deciding Between Home and Residential Aged Care

When an elderly person begins to have difficulty looking after themselves, it's time to consider some form of aged care. This helps ensure the person is kept safe and is able to enjoy life as much as possible without any limitations caused by their health. Aged care  is not all the same, however, and there are a few different options available. Choosing the right one for the person in question is not always an easy choice, and it comes down to a number of different factors – plus, of course, the person's own wishes. Read More 

How To Choose A Retirement Village

If you are getting older, and are finding your home too large to manage, there are many alternative options to think about. For many retirees, a retirement village or community offers the perfect balance of independence and community. You will be able to live alone or with a partner in your own unit, but will also be able to benefit from a range of common spaces and social activities. However, it is vital that you choose the community that is right for you, and in order to do that, there are several things you need to consider. Read More