aged care




91-year-old to try skydiving

They say age is just a number, and that it is not too late to try new things, something that Berkeley Vale’s, Ray Holley, knows too well. The 91-year-old Berkeley…


Aged residents the first to be vaccinated

The rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations has finally hit the Peninsula after delays to the scheme resulted in disappointment from aged care providers. Some residents at Peninsula Villages were the first…




Nursing graduates balance work and study

Three Central Coast aged care workers have managed to balance studying, work and home to attain a Bachelor off Nursing degree while working for Central Coast Community Care Association (CCCCA)….


Free forums on accessing aged care services

The aged care and disability support services provider, integratedliving Australia, is hosting free virtual forums in February and March to inform Central Coast residents on how to access aged care…





Wicks hits back over aged care

Member for Robertson Lucy Wicks has hit back at claims by Central Coast based Senator Deborah O’Neill that the Federal Government has left the country’s aged care community with a…







Disconnect on carers salaries

When essential services stayed open at the onset of COVID-19, two of those services were the early childhood centres and aged care providers. Federal and state leaders commended and praised…