Category: Lifestyle

Delight in a delicate Christmas dessert

Glengara Care’s Head Chef, Craig Etches, shares his favourite Christmas recipe – poached pear frangipane tart served with seasonal berries.

Seniors feel safer in retirement communities during pandemic, survey reveals

More than 80 per cent of Australian seniors say they feel safer living in a retirement village than in the wider community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

What should retirement look like beyond 2020?

Balancing freedom and independence with safety and support needn’t be a compromise when deciding on retirement living option beyond 2020.

‘It’s nothing like a nursing home’

When visitors come to Glengara Care, their first remark is almost always that it’s nothing like a nursing home. And that’s what is so appealing for our residents too.

Retirees embrace Murray River lifestyle and downsizing trend

Demand for retirement village living in Albury has surged in recent months despite the COVID-19 pandemic as more senior Australians embrace the Murray River lifestyle.

Dam expansion keeps village water-wise

The dam at Noyea Riverside has recently been expanded, so now the extensive village grounds can flourish without town water.

A heart-warming recipe for winter

Cook at Lincoln Grove, Michelle Malone, favours spice this winter with her delicious Thai sweet potato soup.

Make a wise move into retirement living

If you’re thinking of moving into a retirement village, there are lots of things to weigh up and money is one of the biggest considerations.

Top 5 tips for good health this winter

Care Manager, Sharon Stuart-Gray, shares a typical day at Glengara Care and her top tips on staying healthy during winter.

Smiles for miles in a kitchen with heart

Head Chef at Belrose Country Club, Brad Milligan, shares his favourite winter warmer recipe – braised beef cheeks with salsa verde.

5 tips for your winter garden

With more than 25 years under his gardening belt, Noyea Head Gardener Scott Herse has you covered this winter. Here are his tips to keep your garden fresh.

Community spirit blooms at Bartonvale Gardens

A sensory rose garden created by nearly 50 residents is producing more than stunning blooms – it’s cultivating community spirit.