Peninsula Villages has announced the retirement of one of its volunteer Board of Directors, Pamela Palmer, after an impressive 30-year tenure. Starting her journey with Peninsula Villages as the only female and first clinician on an all-male board three decades ago, Pam came armed with indispensable nursing expertise and aged care experience.
Peninsula Villages has unveiled its new and innovative traineeship program in partnership with Registered Training Organisation, ET Australia. The first of its kind on the Central Coast, the Care Partner Traineeship Program is a 3-month program that offers a solution to the increasing employment demands within the aged care sector.
We are honoured to have celebrated three of our residents’ 100th birthdays over the past few weeks! Reg Weber, Mary McEvoy and Eileen Crawford all joined our centenarian club and were celebrated with birthday parties at the Village, surrounded by family, friends and staff.
Mary McEvoy, a beloved resident of Peninsula Villages, celebrated her 100th birthday on Thursday, 5th October with her friends and family in the Pozieres House private dining room. Mary’s life has been an amazing adventure, and we’re honoured to share a bit of her story with you.
Nestled in the heart of Umina Beach, Peninsula Villages is a leading aged care facility that is home to some of the most remarkable people in the community. One such person is Anas Davis, an 82-year-old woman who has lived a life full of adventure and resilience.
Peninsula Villages, a leading provider of retirement living and aged care services in Umina Beach, will be hosting a number of events on Thursday, 14th September to raise awareness of mental health in the aged care sector. The events, which are part of R U OK?
In a heartwarming display of compassion and creativity, two residents of Peninsula Villages have picked up their knitting needles to support premature babies and their families. Meet Bren and Sylvia, who love nothing more than knitting in the sunshine together at Peninsula Villages.
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 is proud to announce that we have been nominated in the Health Improvement Services category of the Central Coast Local Business Awards! This is a great honour for our team, and we are grateful to the community for their support.
Greg Smith from Ettalong is a groundsman at Peninsula Villages and next month celebrates an incredible milestone – his 36th year of working for the not-for-profit aged care provider. Marking almost four decades of service, Greg is one of the longest serving employees to have worked at Peninsula Villages, making sure the grounds are always [.
Leading Central Coast aged care provider, Peninsula Villages was delighted to have three of its volunteers recognised at this year’s Volunteering Central Coast Awards. Annette was awarded a Highly Commended and both Gary and Colleen were finalists in the awards.
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 [.