Health and Wellness Centre The health and wellness centre will expand upon the services currently offered to carers and their loved ones.
The centre will provide an additional space for more specialised programs, such as dementia respite services, restorative care programs and engagement activities for seniors living independently in the local area.
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Take advantage of complimentary hairstyling courtesy of Sexy Hair; sip on bubbly and ask the onsite dating coach your dating and relationship questions. Capture post-makeover headshots of the best YOU possible thanks to our event photographer! Find out the latest Stir events happening in your neighborhood by signing onto your account today.All on site works were supervised by Sign Options Ltd, including building remedial works and installation of new electrical supplies, powered access hire and full installation programme.In May 2016, Catholic Healthcare commenced construction of a 0 million development project at Mc Quoin Park in Waitara, New South Wales.Mc Quion Park will support ageing in place care and promote independence through a new suite of evidence-based health and wellness programs.These are aimed at empowering residents to stay out of hospital by keeping physically and mentally active, eating well, staying socially connected and having access to a high standard of clinical care.About Catholic Healthcare Since 1994, Catholic Healthcare has grown to offer a range of residential aged care services, retirement living communities, healthcare services and home community services to over 6,500 persons in New South Wales and South East Queensland.Once complete, the Mc Quoin Park integrated campus will offer state-of-the-art retirement living alongside residential aged care services, a health and wellness centre, onsite respite and community support for seniors.The new development will provide a range of options and benefit-geared solutions for all stages of ageing, offering a coordinated design, one that is tailored to individual needs and connects with the local community.Catholic Healthcare’s General Manager of Residential Care, Anne Maree Hodgson says, “At the heart of the development is Catholic Healthcare’s determination to build a residential service and retirement living village offering community spaces such as a café, playground, chapel and lifestyle spaces for locals and the wider community.” Catholic Healthcare is challenging the idea that ageing is intrinsically linked to functional decline.Cafe and Playground Designed as a public link between the site and the surrounding areas, the café will provide a meeting place for residents, visitors and families together with the local Waitara community.This café will provide social experiences which is integral to seniors living well.