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Hostel offers care, lifestyle

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April 04, 2018

Amaroo Aged Care provides a wide range of services to the elderly and frail, supporting them to remain close to their family and yet retaining their own particular levels of independence. -

Amaroo Aged Care provides a wide range of services to the elderly and frail, supporting them to remain close to their family and yet retaining their own particular levels of independence.

The Amaroo Aged Care Hostel now comprises of 30 suites including the recently developed memory support wing.

The hostel provides dedicated care in a warm and homely environment.

Each room has its own private ensuite, modern specialised furniture and garden or terrace access.

All residents have committed lifestyle programs available with all daily needs such as laundry, cleaning, activities, bathing and more.

The Amaroo Independent Living Units offer independence with peace of mind to those over the age of 50.

The units are a highly popular choice of lifestyle, and as part of expanding the range of services available to the elderly in the community the facility’s licensed kitchen became Amaroo Food Services.

Amaroo Food Services is a primary supplier of frozen and fresh meals to Berrigan and surrounding townships.

It also continues to supply wholesome nutritious meals to the Berrigan Multipurpose Service and its own hostel residents.

Amaroo aims to, at all times, maintain the upmost levels of service for all its customers and strives to place itself at the forefront of Aged Care, which is why it has a lot planned for Seniors Week.

The next big event for Amaroo Hostel is a high tea for residents tomorrow, which will also be attended by special visitors and volunteers.

Its auxiliary will then host a garden walk in Berrigan on Saturday.

Auxilliary members will conduct guided tours at 151 Jerilderie St and Bantam Park on Racecourse Rd, and will finish at Tank Paddock for a supplied lunch.

The tour and lunch costs $20 per person. A bus will leave from Amaroo at 10am.

Finishing off the extended Seniors Week activities will be a ‘Morning Melodies’ event at the Barooga Sporties on Monday, April 9. There will be music from Mick Tenace and lunch. The activity starts at 10.10am and runs until 2pm.

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