When care comes from the heart in aged care, meaningful relationships, powerful engagements and high quality clinical care ensues.
The Salvation Army Aged Care Plus, an aged care provider that delivers care to more than 1,700 older Australians annually, understands the power of heartfelt care, and delivers this through the provision of industry leading physical, spiritual and emotional
Moyne Aged Care Plus Centre in Canowindra welcomes older Australians to the Centre with a commitment to inclusiveness and emotional wellbeing. Centre Manager, Robynne Dresser, and Chaplain, Captain Mark Williamson, believe social engagement is the key to creating a loving home for older Australians. “We want to break down the myths of aged care in the community and bring to
light the rich lives our residents lead and celebrate their stories through activities, fun and friendships,” Robynne said. A highlight for the Centre is their annual fete which brings joy and laughter to the residents, their families and the local community with live entertainment, clothing and food stalls, antique car displays and so much more.
Proud resident of more than 13 years, Leone Hudson, says the fete is an exciting occasion that she looks forward to for months in advance. “I have been attending the Moyne Fete for as long as I can remember, and it’s never failed to put a smile on my face and satisfy my sweet tooth,” Leone said. This year, the Moyne Aged Care Plus Centre Fete will be held from 9.30am on Saturday 6 May at the Centre located on 161 Nangar Road, Canowindra and all people, young and old, are warmly welcomed to join.
If you would like to learn more about the fete or the Moyne Aged Care Plus Centre family, contact Robynne on (02) 6344 1475 or at firstname.lastname@example.org