Elderly enjoy cuppa to raise vital funding


Enjoying the morning tea, was Georges Manor resident Gwen Shepherd with daughter Diane. Gwen, 94, was born in the Blue Mountains, married for 60 years and has three children, seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

Story appeared in: Seniors | June 21st, 2017



SHOWING their community spirit, residents and staff of Advantaged Care at Georges Manor have once again hosted Australia's Biggest Morning Tea, raising much needed funds for the Cancer Council NSW.
This hugely successful event was held with the enthusiastic support of staff, who also donated funds to the cause, which Advantaged Care's head office matched doubling the total donation raised.
Georges Manor has an experienced team of lifestyle co-ordinators and this year
to honour the hard work and dedication shown every day by their nurses, the Manor celebrated International Nurse's Day with a barbecue lunch.
Facility Manager Sindhu Menon, gave examples of feedback following a recent unannounced visit from the Australian Aged Care Quality Agency to Georges Manor.
"The feedback has been very positive," she said. "The residents here were glowing about the care they receive and spoke very highly of the staff."
An extra service facility, Georges Manor provides respite, high care and secure dementia care for residents in their multi-award winning home away from home.



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Publication: Seniors | Section: Seniors Lifestyle General | Author: Cindy Lynch | Story ID: 128555 | Viewcount: 15600

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