Manors of Mosman to Host Starlight Lunch
The Manors of Mosman retirement village will host a very special Starlight Foundation Lunch on Monday the 16th of December. All village residents are…
First class facilities and a supportive, caring environment are key to fostering a vibrant community atmosphere within a retirement village according to Aveo Albany Creek resident, Thelma Whyte. According to new research, Thelma is amongst the happiest age group in the country, with Australia’s Baby Boomers outshining the younger generations thanks to their positive outlook on life. Findings from the Aveo Positive Ageing Index show that almost one in five (19%) Australians in their 60s and 70s ranked their happiness levels as ‘high’ – more than double the number of those aged under 50 (9%). In addition, almost three quarters (72%) of this age group recognise the rich social benefits retirement villages offer such as making new friends, finding a soulmate or seeking out new adventure buddies. Thelma describes moving into a retirement community as the ‘third chapter of her life’ having not only found companionship, but also a rich sense of community through her new-found friendships and shared interests and hobbies. Aveo Albany Creek resident, Thelma Whyte shares the top five things that make a retirement village feel like a community.
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