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Keep cozy this Winter! Soup-er Recipes to keep you nourished and warm

Get Inspired Unique and Memorable Getaway Experiences

From Vegie Patch to Plate Winter planting guide

from the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation

Smart Telecare Solutions

Contents WINTER 2016

What’s On Get out and about this Winter


In Profile A Connected Cook


Life Lessons On the Road


Get Active. Feel Great 10 OPA-Cize™! Get fit the Greek way From Vegie Patch to Plate Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation


Calvary’s Sensory Garden


Simple Solutions


Values in Action Volunteering in the Community


Access all Areas 18 Unique and Memorable Experiences Fresh and Quick Soup-er Recipe Special


Questions & Answers Telecare Solutions


Brain Games


Calvary Services Guide


Send through your comments or questions to or call 1300 66 00 22.

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Cheryl and Calvary client Eva going digital at home Welcome to this issue of Calvary Community Life, full of great ideas on how to beat the chill at home and in the community this winter. For all the green thumbs out there, we have a terrific special on kitchen gardens and a seasonal planting guide. Details on page 12. Enjoy! Cheryl De Zilwa CEO Calvary Community Care

Inspired by Joan and Joe in our Autumn Issue, Calvary employee Gabi 1300 66 00shared 22 the photos of her grandparents 60th wedding anniversary. Congratulations Lyn and Arthur who are also Calvary clients!

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What’s On Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes Exhibition 2016 July 16 - October 9 Do you agree with the judges? Take a look at the submissions for Australia’s most popular and respected art awards and make your own decision. You can also cast your vote for your favourite portrait in the People’s Choice award, and see the work of budding artists aged 5-18 on display in the Young Archies.

Get Creative with Calvary Call 1300 66 00 22 to book in a transport or community access service.

2015 Archibald Prize finalist, Carla Fletcher Jenny Kee © Artist

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day June 15

Wear purple and build awareness about the often hidden mistreatment of older people.

Enjoy the festive atmosphere, delicious food and free performances at the heart of the arts - Festival Park, and various venues across Darwin.

SALA Festival Adelaide August 1-31

The South Australian Living Artists Festival is recognised as the largest and most innovative community based visual arts festival in Australia.

Melbourne Writers Festival August 26-September 4

Victoria’s premier annual literary event connects writers and stories to celebrate a world of literature, explore universal ideas, and inspire a global community of readers. NAIDOC Week July 3-10

The Truffle Festival - Canberra

June 1-August 31

National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee Week celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and recognises the contributions that Indigenous Australians have made.

The ultimate foodie festival with a range of events held across the region highlighting the rare Black Winter Truffle. Olympic Games

Darwin Festival

August 5-21

August 4-21

Explore the best of the Top End in an 18 day celebration of music, theatre, visual art and dance in the beautiful tropical city of Darwin.

Paralympic Games September 7-18

Live from Rio watch the world’s top athletes compete.

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Ready, Sweat Go! Go for Gold with Calvary. If you can dream it, you can do it. And Calvary is here to support you all the way to the finish line. We all have those things we wish we had done. It’s never too late to get out of your comfort zone and try something new. Reaching your goal is half the fun and we’re here to share the ride with you.

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83 year old Eva and her husband arrived in Australia forty years ago after escaping Cyprus with ”just the clothes we were wearing”. Raising three boys, Eva quickly adapted to her new life and community in suburban Melbourne. With her family now all grown up, Eva still loves living in her own home, with dog Bella and the bird with ”no name”. A proud family matriach, Eva is ”YiaYia” to six grandchildren and five great grand children. A passionate cook, Eva is happiest in the kitchen cooking and baking for her brood. ”They all love coming around” she says proudly and who can blame them with the delicious treats on offer! Eva keeps active and walks every day down to the shops or to catch the train to the Cyprus Social Club,

where she is a member. Always open to new things, Eva is also well connected online with a laptop and iPad set up by her son. ”I love looking up the Cypriot recipe websites” she explains and she stays connected with family and friends all over the world via Facebook. In fact Eva’s iPad always travels with her as it is now her portable photo album. ”I love it because I can show everyone the latest photos of the children”. Eva utilises Calvary’s services as part of her Home Care Package. Matched with a Greek speaking Support Worker, Eva books in communty access visits and domestic assistance support.

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Life Lessons ON THE ROAD

Truck aficionado Rod Lee lives independently in his own home in Canberra. Rod’s van is fitted for easy wheelchair access and he is always out and about in the Capital. In the 1990’s, Rod was in the Army and was deployed to Bosnia in 1993. He was a delivery driver of supplies and drove trucks overseas.

Going on holiday was my big goal and recently we reached the Gold Coast. It’s such a great feeling when you achieve a goal.

Rod loves to share photos with family, friends and Calvary staff and visit the museum, shows and the cinema with his support workers.

Follow your Passions

I’m allergic to wives but treasure my family! I have a tribe of five kids and three grandchildren and love having them over for a big Christmas soiree every year. My brother Greg is a great companion and an integral part of my life. He put together a family history and I have really enjoyed exploring my ancestry. Set goals to achieve what you want in life Whatever your circumstances goal setting is very important. Big or small, write them down so everyone knows and so that you are all on the same page. 8

Since I was a small boy I have always loved trucks and vehicles. I worked as a mechanical engineer and owned trucks in my business. I am still mad about trucks and visit the Penrith truck show with my Calvary Support Worker every year. Communicate with the people around you I accept that I need support to live independently but you can’t expect everyone to understand your perspective straight away. I try and communicate as much as possible and be open and accepting of new people. Do the stuff you enjoy You can do anything. But be careful. Think about things first, take time to consider the consequences and then do it.

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Rod and his Support Worker Euan at Canberra’s Balloon Spectacular on the lawns of Parliament House.


Once the music starts everyone is in a fun place “It’s a bit like ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’, minus the food of course!” explains Kathy, founder of the new exercise phenomenon taking the world by storm. Created in Sydney, “Opa-Cize™” combines traditional Greek dance moves with a cardio workout to create a vibrant fitness class full of Kefi! (Fun) Designed for ‘every body’, the moves are simple to follow and can be adapted to suit individual fitness levels, body shapes and style. 10

“We set the level at medium so participants can work to their own pace” says Kathy, “and we find that the older ladies do it very differently to the younger ones and we have even had people in wheelchairs participate as they can do the hand movements”. Dedicated to Kathy’s late sister who passed away suddenly, Opa-Cize™ is all about getting people moving, active and social. “My sister was reclusive and suffered from depression”

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explains Kathy “so I want to make sure that people have a place to go where they feel welcomed and can celebrate life.” Kathy’s philosophy has resonated with women around the world and in just a year, Opa-Cize™ has gone global. “All you need is a towel and a bottle of water. It’s energetic but you walk out of the class feeling blissfully happy”.

Interested in Opa-Cize™? For more information about Opa-Cize™ classes or videos, log on to the website


The instructors make it so fun that you don’t realise how much of a workout your body is doing.


Calvary can help you get there! Call 1300 66 00 22 to book in a transport or community access service.

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Get into the garden this winter with the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation. Although the weather cools down in winter, it’s still a great time to get active out in the garden. So rug up and head out to the veggie patch to do some winter planting. Gardening has many health benefits, and your efforts will be well rewarded with delicious home-grown produce. You can also prepare your beds for spring by digging in organic matter such as well-rotted compost, blood and bone or well-rotted animal manure. In late winter start mulching with sugarcane mulch, pea straw or lucerne, so your garden is ready for the next round of planting. If you already have an established veggie garden, winter is the time to harvest broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, spinach and celeriac. Once you have harvested all your lovely winter produce, spend a day in the kitchen cooking up some hearty winter fare.

Winter planting guide Asian greens Asparagus Beetroot Broad beans Cabbage Garlic Jerusalem artichokes Lettuce Mint Parsley Peas Potatoes Rhubarb Rocket Rosemary Spring onions Thyme

The Kitchen Garden Foundation is a non-profit charity established by Stephanie Alexander AO in 2004, in response to the overwhelming interest in and success of the pilot Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program at Collingwood College, Melbourne, from 2001. The Foundation is now helping more than 1000 schools and early years learning centres across Australia teach children the joys of growing, harvesting, preparing and sharing fresh, seasonal, delicious food. For more information on the Foundation and how to support or get involved go to

Roasted Spiced Cauliflower Salad w Yoghurt Sauce Recipe by Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation INGREDIENTS


• 2 tsp coriander seeds

Preheat oven to 200°C. Dry roast the coriander and cumin seeds in a small frying pan.

• 2 tsp cumin seeds • 1/2 cup pepitas • 1/2 cup sunflower seeds • 2 tbsp sunflower oil • 1 red chilli, de-seeded and finely sliced

Grind roasted seeds in a mortar and pestle.

• 2 garlic cloves, peeled and finely sliced • Pinch of turmeric • 1 cauliflower cut into florets

Dry roast the pepitas and sunflower seeds, and set them aside.

• Salt and pepper • 1 handful of coriander • 2 lemons, cut into wedges to serve YOGHURT SAUCE

• 1 tsp cumin seeds • 1/2 cup sesame seeds • 1 tsp salt • 2 cups plain yoghurt • 1 small handful mint, finely chopped 14

Combine the coriander, oil, cumin, chilli, garlic and turmeric in a large bowl. Add the chopped cauliflower and toss to coat the cauliflower in the spiced oil. Roast the seasoned cauliflower for 30 mins or until browned and tender. Allow to cool.

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Toss the cauliflower with the pepitas, sunflower seeds and spinach. FOR THE SAUCE

Dry roast the cumin and sesame seeds in a small frying pan and then grind in the mortar and pestle. Add the salt, allow the seed mix to cool, then add to the yoghurt and mint in a medium bowl.

Serve the cauliflower with coriander, lemon wedges and the yoghurt sesame sauce.

Calvary s Garden for all Senses

Introducing the New Five Senses Garden at Calvary St Joseph’s With a waterfall, chicken pen and edible plants (herbs and apples), the new garden at Calvary St Joseph’s Retirement Community has been carefully curated to offer an experience that will engage all the senses. Designed by Maintenance Manager Paul Campbell and gardener Miro Disciascrio, the garden allows residents, especially those with dementia, to enjoy nature in a safe and tactile environment. Paul undertook significant research to ensure that the garden would be safe for the residents. Paul explains, “I had to make sure the plants would be safe. They needed to be edible and not sharp to touch. We also had to think about the materials we used around the garden”.

Sensory Gardens can also make a great contribution to emotional and physical health. They can be beautiful places to relax, reflect, meditate, contemplate and talk. Calvary St Joseph’s Manager Helen Gayner has found that “the residents just love sitting in the peaceful surrounds of the garden”. If you would like to take a tour of Calvary St Joseph’s and the sensory garden call 1800 22 20 00. For assistance in the garden or kitchen, call Calvary Community Care on 1300 66 00 22.

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Simple Solutions Providing additional strength and safety, while reducing bending and pressure, our clever outdoor tools make nurturing your garden a breeze.




Extended Gardening Tools

Grip offers additional strength and puts less pressure on the hands. Good for wheelchairs or anyone who has trouble bending or reaching. 2

Garden Seat Storage Pod

Versatile and light weight. Store tools in the storage compartment, wheel around the garden easily and enjoy an inbuilt seat. 16


T-Grip Handle

The T-Grip handle provides leverage and additional strength with reduced back and wrist bending. The handle can be used on multiple tools such as brooms, rakes, shovels and even vacuum cleaners. View these products at the Calvary Smart Home or call 1300 66 00 22 for referrals.

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Volunteering is a great way to get involved in your community, meet new people and make a difference to the lives of others.

Across Calvary over 1400 volunteers generously devote their time to care for others and help bring the values of hospitality, healing, respect and stewardship to life.

It provides experience that you can use to gain employment. It also shows prospective employers that you are a reliable and committed individual”.

Their contributions are making a difference every day to our clients, residents and patients and vice versa. For volunteer Rhonda Halverson for example, the reward is all about “seeing the smiles on the residents faces”.

This was true for volunteer Doug Thoma who is now working as a care service employee at Calvary Cessnock after cooking barbecues, driving the bus and running the Mens Shed.

Calvary’s volunteer program also provides opportunities for individuals to learn new skills and make new friends. According to Calvary Cessnock Volunteer Coordinator Therese Fitzgibbon “volunteering is a great way to kick start your career.

Therese emphasises that volunteers are integral to Calvary’s mission. “Volunteers are part of our team, everybody’s role is important and no one’s role can function without others. If you are interested in volunteering at Calvary download an application form at

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UNIQUE AND MEMORABLE EXPERIENCES Holidays or ‘stay’cations are a chance to relax, explore and be inspired. Discover these unique local experiences to inspire your wanderlust!


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Calvary Community Care visited Jamala based on a recommendation from a client

Fancy soaking in an onyx bath next to a tiger? How about feeding a giraffe from the balcony of your very own luxury treehouse or falling asleep to the sounds of the zoo? At Jamala Wildlife Lodge you can spend the night with some of the world’s most fascinating creatures without leaving Australia! In their exclusive jungle bungalows, a glass wall is all that will separate you from the lions, brown bears or even a cheetah! For a more tranquil wildlife encounter you may prefer the Reef Room which features a large viewing window looking directly into the ocean aquarium. Unique accommodation options are spread across the zoo and each room is beautifully appointed with a bespoke African interior. An overnight stay at Jamala includes first class meals in the Rainforest Cave with the “animal in residence”, and special VIP safari tours. Wheelchair friendly accommodation is also available.

A Luxury African Safari experience Jamaica Lodge, National Zoo and Aquarium, Canberra (02) 6287 8444

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up up and away Explore your city from a new perspective or discover a new destination from the sky in a hot air balloon! Surprisingly, despite being in a basket floating way up in the air, the experience is quite calming and you will feel completely memorised by the breath taking view. For those with mobility restrictions, Global Ballooning Australia has pioneered the Easy Access Basket. Certified by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) this innovative basket incorporates a door, harness and grab handle. So set your alarm, grab your binoculars, pack the camera and enjoy the ride!


BRING OUT YOUR INNER CHILD This is one for those who enjoy life at a little faster pace. Take a ride on a Segway! These twowheeler motorised bikes are easily mastered and in no time that inner child will be having the time of their life. Segways are a great way to experience the sights of any town, seeing twice as much as you would on foot. Options are available to explore the urban landscape or even tour a winery on wheels. Just make sure your wine tasting is after dismount! Google segway tours in your home town for more details. Calvary’s Community Life magazine does not contain any advertisements or sponsored/compensated content. We feature products and services that we believe may be of interest or useful to our readers. These should not be considered recommendations. Readers who choose to purchase or undertake activities featured in the Community Life magazine are encouraged to explore the product thoroughly before purchase. Readers who undertake these activities do so at their own risk.

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Calvary can accompany you with our community access service. Whether it is around the corner, interstate or overseas, call us to discuss options.

Call 1300 66 00 22 to book your next adventure.




French Onion Soup


• 2 kilos of white onions • 1 tablespoon of butter • 100mls of brandy • 1/2 cup of white wine • 50g of plain flour (or gluten free flour) • 4 cups of vegetable stock • 2 bay leaves • 1 teaspoon of sugar • 4 slices of bread or baguettes • 50g of cheese METHOD

Beat the chill with a steaming bowl of hearty soup. Packed full of nutritious goodness, these simple solutions can be prepared and frozen for a quick and healthy go-to meal on a cold winter’s evening.

Finely slice the onions and fry the onions in butter until they are golden brown.

Cut up bread and cheese and melt under a grill to create croutons for the soup.

Add in 100mls brandy, 1/2 cup white wine and reduce heat. Add 50g of plain flour, 4 cups of vegetable stock, 2 bay leaves, a teaspoon of sugar and cook for about 2 hours.

Serve the soup in bowls with the baguettes on top. Délicieux.

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Calvary’s new French chef Christophe Perney shares his favourite Winter warmer soups.


Minestrone Soup METHOD

Cook pasta & set aside. Sauté the pancetta in a pan until cooked and drain on paper towel.

Add olive oil to the pan with the pancetta juices then sauté the onions, garlic, potatoes and carrots for 10 minutes or until tender. Add the zucchini, squash, celery and green beans and then sauté for an additional 6 minutes.


• 6 cups chicken stock

• 1 can cannellini beans

• 1 cup diced pancetta

• 1 can of kidney beans

• 2 cups diced carrots

• 1/2 cup chopped parsley

• 2 cups diced onion • 1 cup string beans cut in 2cm pieces

• Salt and pepper

• 2 cups zucchini and squash diced

• Olive oil

• 1 cup celery sliced • 2 cups diced potatoes • 4 cloves crushed garlic • 1 can crushed tomatoes

• 2 cups cooked pasta

• Parmigiano cheese • Optional 50g pesto

In a large pot add chicken stock, tomatoes, cans of beans and bring to a boil. Lower heat and cook for 15 mins.

Ladle pasta into bowls then pour the soup over the top. Serve with chopped parsley, a drizzle of olive oil or pesto and grated parmigiano.

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Pea and Ham Soup


• 500g unsmoked ham hock


Trim and discard skin from ham hock and set aside.

• 8 cups water • 2 tbsp butter • 2 carrots, diced • 2 sticks celery, diced • 1 onion, diced • 2 cloves garlic, crushed • 1 and 3/4 cup dried yellow split peas • 2 bay leaves

In a large casserole pot, melt butter over medium heat. Cook carrots, celery, onion and garlic until golden and softened about 15 mins. Stir in split peas, bay leaves, thyme, salt and pepper and cook stirring for 2 mins.

• 1 tsp dried thyme • 3/4 tsp salt • 1/4 tsp pepper • Garlic Toasts - 1 baguette - Butter, softened - 1 large garlic clove halved - Sea salt 24

Stir in 8 cups water, add ham hock and bring to the boil. Reduce heat, cover and simmer, until peas are very soft and soup is thickened, 1 and a 1/2 to 2 hours.

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Discard bay leaves. Transfer ham hock to plate and let cool enough to handle. Discarding bone and any fat, dice the meat and return to the soup to heat through.

Cut baguette into 12 slices and spread with butter. Grill until golden, about 2 minutes. Rub with garlic and sprinkle with salt. Serve with soup


Passionate about food... Christophe was inspired to his profession from a young age watching the butcher downstairs carve his magic.

Starting an apprenticeship at just 13, Christophe was soon working fulltime in a busy French kitchen before crossing the channel to open his own restaurants in England. Christope is now responsible for the tantalising aromas of fresh cooked meals that waft throughout Calvary Retirement Communities, St Joseph’s in New South Wales. Call 1800 222 000 for a visit.

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Winter Warmers Calvary Community Care can bring the ingredients, cook your favourite soups and freeze portions for easy winter meals. Call 1300 66 00 22 to book in your service.

Questions & Answers TELECARE SOLUTIONS

Maintain a safe, secure and independent lifestyle.


What is telecare?

Technology in the home that assists people to live independently and safely. Products can alert carers in the home or be linked to a 24 hour monitoring response centre.


What are the benefits of Telecare?

Telecare products can provide peace of mind for users and their family members. They help to reduce the risks associated with living alone such as falls, wandering or accidents via monitored alarms and motion detectors. They can also be programmed for medication reminders across the day.


What types of products are available?

Telecare products include:

(eg. front door) or trigger alerts if no activity occurs at a certain time each day. Monitored smoke detectors Alert the 24 hour response centre if triggered.


What costs are associated with telecare?

Most telecare products are purchased upfront, however in some instances you may be able to pay a monthly rental amount instead. A monthly fee is then paid for the monitoring service.


Where can I find out more information?

For more information, advice and product details contact Calvary Community Care on 1300 66 00 22. Visit the Calvary Smart Home!

Alarms - Personal alarm pendants worn as a necklace or wall mounted panic buttons that can be pushed for immediate assistance from the 24 hour response centre. Fall detectors - Worn around the neck, they will automatically trigger an alarm if the person falls. Motion detectors - Monitor activity around certain areas in the home


The Calvary Smart Home provides an opportunity to view, experience and trial a range of telecare products in person. To book a personal tour call us at 1300 66 00 22 or take a virtual tour at

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How Telecare Works


An alarm can be raised by pressing the button or will be triggered by certain behaviour such as a fall.


The alarm will dial the 24hr response centre and be managed by a care consultant.


The care consultant will notify the nominated contacts or call an ambulance.


The care consultant waits on the line until help arrives.

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This year the Olympic and Paralympic Games are being held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Stretch your brain muscles and test your sporting knowledge with our Olympic brain teasers.










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OLYMPICS Trivia Special 1

What year was the first modern Olympic summer Games held and in which country?


What do the Olympic rings represent?


What are the colours of the five Olympic rings?


What ten events make up the modern decathalon?


In which years have the summer Olympics been held in Australian cities?


Which country is first and which country is last in the opening ceremony march?


Which new event was introduced at the Sydney Olympics?


What is the meaning of the motto ‘Citius, Altius, Fortius’ of the Olympic Games?


What is the only Olympic sport in which men and women compete against each other?


Where will the 2020 Olympics be held?

Brain Games Answers: 1. Table tennis 2. Warm up 3. Travel overseas 4. First aid 5. A cut above the rest 6. Get up and go Olympics Trivia Answers: 1. 1896 in Greece 2. Five continents 3. Blue, yellow, black, green, and red. Every national flag in the world includes one of these 5 colours 4. 100 metre, 400 metre, 1500metre, 110 metre hurdles, long jump, shotput, high jump, discus throw, pole vault, javelin throw 5. Melbourne 1956, Sydney 2000 6. Greece is always first and the host country is last 7. Triathlon 8. Faster, Higher, Stronger 9. Equestrian 10. Tokyo Continuing the Mission of the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary


1300 66 00 22 130 Services Guide ABOUT CALVARY

Founded by the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary, Calvary is a charitable Catholic not-for-profit organisation with more than 12,000 staff and volunteers. Calvary operates some of Australia’s best-known and much-loved hospitals, retirement and aged care facilities and community services across six states and territories. Community Care

Public and Private Hospitals

Retirement Communities


Calvary Community Care services include: Shopping & Cooking

Transport and Outings

PAWS Pet Service

Personal Care

Respite Care

Hospital to Home

24hr and Overnight

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Credentialled and Nursing Services

24hr Personal Alarms

Home Maintenance

Domestic Assistance

Retirement Communities 1800 22 20 00

Get active and organised this winter with Calvary Community Care! Banish those winter blues! Freshen up your home, get out and about, eat smarter, exercise more and try something new. A Calvary Community Care Support Worker can help you do things like: • Shopping and Coffee • Visiting friends and family • Arts and Culture A trip to the cinema, art gallery, museum or a show • Digital Connections Showing you how to use your mobile phone, iPad or computer • Leisure and Exercise • Domestic help Cooking, cleaning and laundry Contact Calvary Community Care on 1300 66 00 22 for more details on available services.

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Stay active this Winter Just because it’s cold doesn’t mean you can’t warm up. Keep your exercise routine going with Calvary Community Care.

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