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Healthy Ageing Approach

Healthy Ageing Approach

We believe that older people should continue to live full and active lives in our Residential Living Homes.

ACH Group’s Healthy Ageing approach will help you remain physically, mentally and socially active.

Research around the world has shown that people who are active and socially connected are happier and have a better sense of wellbeing and overall health, regardless of age or health status.

Dedicated Healthy Ageing staff at our residential care homes work with you to identify a tailored and structured wellbeing plan that includes supporting your physical, emotional and social health. Should you experience a step backwards, our early intervention approach gives you the best opportunity to regain optimal health.

Good health and wellness is an easy choice through a wide range of activities and programs.

These include:

  • On-site gyms with personal trainers in all residential care facilities, walking groups and exercise classes
  • Social events and outings, arts and cultural activities, men’s groups and strong community links
  • Education about a range of health conditions to promote better awareness
  • Trained staff who focus on supporting you to be as independent as possible

In addition, your family and friends can remain integral to everyday life, with plenty of opportunities for all generations to come together over coffee, BBQs or to join in social activities.

To find out more about how we support you living a good life, contact us today.

 

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ACH Group congratulates our Chair, Mary Patetsos, on her receipt of an Order of Australia (AM) award this Australia Day for her ‘contribution in the field of aged care and commitment to advancing multicultural Australia’.

Mary joined the ACH Group Board in October 2008 and has devoted significant time and energy to the organisation with a belief that life is an opportunity not to be missed, regardless of age, gender, culture, and capacity. She has led the Board with integrity and high governance standards since April 2018. Mary is also an Advisory Council Member of the National Aged Care Advisory, playing a critical role in ensuring that reform measures reflect the needs and expectations of older Australians, their families, and carers.

Her commitment to advancing multicultural Australia is reflected in her work as Hon. President and Immediate Past Chairperson of Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) and through other governance roles involving collaboration between academia, business, and community.

Read more about Mary’s achievement here 🔗 bit.ly/3WDLtKy
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ACH Group congratulates our Chair, Mary Patetsos, on her receipt of an Order of Australia (AM) award this Australia Day for her ‘contribution in the field of aged care and commitment to advancing multicultural Australia’. 

Mary joined the ACH Group Board in October 2008 and has devoted significant time and energy to the organisation with a belief that life is an opportunity not to be missed, regardless of age, gender, culture, and capacity. She has led the Board with integrity and high governance standards since April 2018. Mary is also an Advisory Council Member of the National Aged Care Advisory, playing a critical role in ensuring that reform measures reflect the needs and expectations of older Australians, their families, and carers. 

Her commitment to advancing multicultural Australia is reflected in her work as Hon. President and Immediate Past Chairperson of Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) and through other governance roles involving collaboration between academia, business, and community. 

Read more about Mary’s achievement here 🔗 https://bit.ly/3WDLtKy

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Congratulations Mary! What an incredible achievement.