- Sundale Spotlight
Sundale Spotlight September 2019
What a month it has been at Sundale!
There is always something new and interesting happening at Sundale.
A woman born and bred in Nambour likes the suburb so much, she's lived there for 100 years. Lois Mayers never married or had children and says a stress free life is her secret to longevity.
It was playtime at a Nambour Aged Care home today, when it was invaded by dozens of lively children.
Dozens of children from a local daycare group visited Sundale Aged Care Home in Nambour this morning. Playtime was a thrill for elderly residents who don't often see their grandchildren.
Read Aged Care article on our new housing project tackling older women homelessness wins industry award.
7News story of a Nambour grandfather who credits the Sundale staff at his aged care home with saving his life.
7NEWS Sunshine Coast helped celebrate one of our residents 103rd birthday.
The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety held a series of sessions in Brisbane earlier this month.
Blink and the year will be over, that’s how fast 2019 is going. However, the latest edition of Sundale Spotlight is an opportunity to pause and reflect on the past month.
Sundale will have twice as many reasons to celebrate Aged Care Employee Day on Wednesday 7 August. The day is an opportunity to acknowledge the 365,000 dedicated people who care for and support more than 1.3 million older Australians who receive care and services each year.
I can’t believe we’re almost half way through the year! However, the latest edition of Sundale Spotlight is a wonderful opportunity to stop and reflect on the past month and the amazing efforts of residents and staff.