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Deaf Residents Inspire Staff to Learn Auslan

Two deaf residents at Peninsula Villages have inspired staff and other residents to learn Auslan, the Australian sign language, through regular language classes hosted at the aged care village. Jan Morley and Maureen Stewart, 86 and 87, met at the age of eight at the New South Wales Institution for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind.

Peninsula Villages celebrates International Nurses Day & commits to innovative nursing career pathways

Leading Central Coast aged care provider, Peninsula Villages, celebrated International Nurses Day on Friday, 12 May by honouring the 30 registered nurses who work across its three Umina Beach aged care communities – Don Leggett House, Pam Palmer House and Pozieres House caring for more than 300 residents. CEO of Peninsula Villages Colin Osborne said [.