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Fixed Fee Intitial Consultation Available Beerwah Law, formerly King Tobin Lawyers, are your local solicitors and have been established in Beerwah for over 30 years. Tracy King and her team are here to advise and assist you in legal areas relevant to Seniors including estate planning, estate administration, Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney, Advance Health Directives and entry and exit into retirement villages. We are a general practice and therefore we cover most areas of the law for you. We are ‘Your Lawyers For Life’.

Wills To ensure that the administration for your estate is as easy as possible for your loved ones we strongly recommend that a qualified solicitor draft your Will for you. Unfortunately, the courts are full of matters which are being litigated purely because a ‘home-made Will’ cannot be interpreted sensibly, has various interpretations or has not adequately considered all matters required. A well drafted Will also takes into account matters other than assets within the estate, such as superannuation and life insurance, to ensure that all of your assets are dealt with consistently. Importantly, a general discussion with us about the nature and extent of your assets and liabilities and our advice to you in that regard, can save your executors a great deal of time, money and stress.

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the Guardianship and Administration Tribunal for an Order. Such an Order can take a considerable period of time and involves a great deal of work. It also can lead to ill-will and disputes between your loved ones.

Estate Administration This is a core part of our practice. We make this process as easy as is possible in your circumstances and tailor our service to your needs. Executors of estates are subject to very onerous obligations. We ensure that these obligations are fulfilled and that there are therefore no adverse implications for you. Please contact us to discuss your legal needs and make an appointment for us to assist you.


Enduring Power of Attorney It is our opinion that everyone must have an Enduring Power of Attorney. In some respects, it is more important than a Will, as without one you may be left in a state of legal limbo with no-one able to legally look after your financial affairs or make health decisions for you. This, unfortunately, regularly happens to people who do not have an Enduring Power of Attorney and who find themselves in hospital but are assessed as not being able to return home. If they are incapable of making an Enduring Power of Attorney then an Application needs to be made through QCAT to

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An innovative method of care for those living with dementia

Embracia in Woodford has a ‘personfirst’ philosophy of care with a genuine commitment to ageing in place. Residents are cared for at every stage of the ageing journey in an environment that maintains independence, dignity and a sense of purpose and wellbeing. For residents living with dementia, Embracia is striving to make a positive difference by adopting an innovative method of rehabilitative care through the Montessori Approach. Montessori focuses on what people can do, rather than what they can’t do and that is the key to its success. In dementiafriendly homes this is achieved by preparing the environment to suit the purpose and the people who live there, understanding each person’s unique abilities, needs and interests and encouraging learning and developing of each person’s strengths. The goal is to support and encourage each person to live more independently and with purpose. Environments are carefully created within memory support households that support the cognitive loss associated with dementia. As a leading dementia care provider, Embracia’s unique approach connects families and older people. Working collaboratively, a program of meaningful activities and roles to suit each person is individually developed. These activities are designed to help each person maintain, or in some instances regain, some ability to carry out simple tasks. This approach is a philosophy of care that focuses on the ‘doing’ and is meaningful to the individual. Montessori has demonstrated success in improving people’s self esteem and giving a sense of belonging to a supportive community. To find out more, or if you would like to book a tour of Embracia Woodford, please call 5420 4000. Embracia is located at 12-14 Margaret Street, Woodford.

Free dementia education sessions Do you know someone living with dementia? Alzheimer’s Australia (Qld) is holding free education sessions for people living with dementia and their loved ones on the Sunshine Coast. There are an estimated 77,633 people with dementia in Queensland, which is expected to grow to 233,298 people by 2056. Chances are, someone you know is living with dementia. Come along to these free education sessions and discover more about dementia and the support that is available. The education sessions will cover a series of topics, including ‘Dementia – know the facts’, ‘Family Carer Course’, ‘Living with Memory Loss’, ‘Considering Residential Care’ and ‘Living with Change’, for family or friends wanting to find out more information about caring for someone with dementia. Barbara Cunningham, Senior Dementia Advisor from Alzheimer’s Australia (Qld), says that the aim of these education sessions is to support the community. “Attending these workshops could help you get a better understanding of dementia and develop effective strategies either for yourself or to support a loved one,” said Barbara. Registrations are essential for the below courses and light refreshments will be provided. Specific location details will be provided upon registration. • Dementia – know the facts: Thursday August 24 • Family Carer Course: Thursday August 31 • Living With Memory Loss: Wednesday September 6 • Living with Change: Thursday and Friday, September 14 and 15 • Considering Residential Care: Friday September 22 To register or for more information, including course times, please call 1800 588 699, email qld. services@alzheimers.org.au or visit www.fightdementia.org.au/qld.

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Our sophisticated and classic residences offer: • Stunning spacious single rooms with private ensuites, flat-screen tv’s and wifi. • Lifestyle living with on-site café, movie theatre, library, hairdressing salon, private dining room & chapel. • Specialised dementia care utilizing the innovative Montessori model of care. • Nursing and personal care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Are your dentures causing trouble?? Problem dentures can cause lots of discomfort and may seriously impact your quality of life. Poor dentures may cause: • Lost smile • Pain and discomfort • Poor chewing efficiency • Lost confidence Note the vastly improved appearance of this patient who had new dentures fitted recently at Beerwah Denture Clinic.

Good dentures result in: • Improved confidence • Improved smile • Improved comfort • Improved appearance Brian Stuart-Nairne is your dental prosthetist at Beerwah. A Hinterland local, he and his family have lived on the Sunshine Coast for over 40 years. Highly experienced, Brian has been practising dental prosthetics on the Coast for over 35 years and is a qualified BPS provider which is the most

advanced denture system available today. He also brings over 30 years’ experience in implant dentistry to the practice. Dentures need regular maintenance and yearly checks are advisable. Full dentures usually require relining at 3 - 4 years, and replacement at 7- 8 years. There are a number of reasons for this. Firstly, the bone supporting the teeth shrinks at a very slow rate continually after teeth are extracted. The upper jaw shrinks upwards and the lower jaw shrinks downwards. This causes the space between the two jaws to increase and then the lower jaw needs to rise further up to make the teeth meet to chew (called ‘over-closure’). To make matters worse, the denture teeth wear and this increases the distance further and consequently causes more over-closure. The result is loose dentures, food under the denture, ulcers, the loss of a pleasant smile, a ‘no tooth’ look, eating difficulties, increased facial wrinkles and sometimes joint pain and dysfunction. Regular obligation free checks with Beerwah Denture Clinic can avoid these problems and correct any necessary problems as they arise. The Beerwah Denture Clinic provides the latest, most advanced dentures available today. They also provide both metal and plastic partial dentures including hidden clasps, mouthguards, relines and fast repairs. For client convenience, they can repair broken dentures in one hour and reline dentures in only half a day.

Dental Prosthetist Brian Stuart-Nairne They are a provider to DVA, private health funds and conveniently offer HICAPS for immediate refund on health fund rebates. With easy car parking available in front and behind, the new clinic is located at 74 Simpson Street, Beerwah, next to the Aldi carpark. Appointments can be made with Jess on 5439 0388 or just drop in next time you’re in town.

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Some full dentures, especially full lower dentures, may cause great discomfort and very poor chewing ability due to bone loss over time. This bone loss results in severe denture instability and poor function and increasing discomfort. The solution is to place two implants and retainers and the denture clips to these. The denture can still be removed for cleaning but is reassuringly stable during daily function. This economical implant process is a relatively painless procedure and can be performed in Beerwah to provide vastly improved comfort and function for the denture wearer.

For those wanting to say goodbye to removable dentures—fully fixed appliances are available. Brian is part of an experienced team that can offer fixed implant retained appliances that can do away with dentures completely! This option usually suits those who have suffered advanced bone loss, find wearing a denture difficult to tolerate or just want to get rid of their dentures forever. An additional advantage is that it also leaves the roof of the mouth uncovered to allow feeling temperature and sensing taste better. The team at Beerwah Denture Clinic will first need to assess the bone condition and suitability in order for the implants to be effective, so call the clinic to book an appointment. Their new clinic at Beerwah is fitted with the latest equipment and an in-house dental laboratory to provide you with the best available dental care in the shortest possible time.

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Dr Finbarr O’Sullivan and Dr David Marley of Dental Excel work exclusively with MIS Implants and the MIS Implant Centre in Melbourne and the great majority of implants are placed using the MIS M-GUIDE which is computer generated and enables very precise and atraumatic implant placement. Ring Beerwah Denture Clinic for an obligation free consultation on 5439 0388.

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Girls just had fun

The View Club Ladies held a very fashionable ‘Girls Day Out’ at the Glass House Mountains Sports Club last Wednesday as a fundraiser for the Smith Family’s Learning for Life Program. The highlight of the event was the fashion parade organised by Icon Boutique at Beerwah and the beautiful home-made scones with lashings of jam and cream.

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View Club model members By Lea Parkes Following on from the recent View Club Fashion Parade I caught up with the compere of the event Jo Rosenlund from Icon Boutique at the Beerwah Marketplace. Jo said she had really enjoyed the day and that the models, who varied in age and were mostly 50 plus (special thanks to View Club member Joy Joyce who managed to entice her non-senior daughter Rebecca to volunteer as a model as well), all did a marvellous job on the day.


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Jo was really pleased that the ladies agreed to wear outfits that were not necessarily their normal choices, and they looked great in them and did a wonderful job showcasing the range of smart casual styles the shop carries. Jo explains that with fashion it is important to dress the whole person from head to toe for your individual shape and to use a bit of common sense in making your choices. Not all of us are the same size on the top and bottom so you need to choose outfits to accentuate your positives and disguise the areas that you are not so happy with. “In the parade some of the ladies liked the shorter dresses, but didn’t like their knees to be seen so she recommended a light weight legging to go under the dresses” Jo said. For ladies who don’t like to expose their upper arms Jo chose tops with a short sleeve or short wraps to go over sleeveless outfits. Jo and business owner Margeret like to chat to the clients individually and get an understanding of their client and their needs. Jo said it is important to talk to customers and work with them to create outfits that look great, suit their budget and can work in with other items in their wardrobe. With the warmer weather already here, if you are looking for something new, or you have an event that you are going to, drop in and see Jo and Margaret and let them take the stress out of clothes shopping.

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Changes to consumer protection laws for retirees The State Government will increase consumer protections for Queensland seniors in retirement, when they introduce new laws into Parliament focusing on retirement villages and manufactured homes. Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni said the proposed changes would make a significant difference to Queensland seniors looking at retirement options. “These news laws will provide broad ranging, enforceable powers to ensure fairness across the retirement living sectors,” Mr de Brenni said. “For too long residents of some retirement villages have felt powerless. We owe our older generation better than that. This is about making sure that everyone is treated fairly, giving seniors support when they are planning retirement, and after they retire.” Proposed changes to the Retirement Villages Act 1999 include: • enabling simplified, standard contracts, • requiring ongoing fees and charges to be clearly declared upfront, • introducing a minimum 21 days to evaluate the contract before signing, • limiting the time for payment of a resident’s exit entitlement • making unit reinstatement arrangements before resale fairer, • improving dispute resolution, and • introducing enforceable behaviour standards for village operators and residents. Mr de Brenni said the proposed amendments to the Manufactured Homes (Residential Parks) Act 2003 included strengthening laws controlling rent increases.

“This will provide peace of mind and stability for the residents of manufactured home parks, many of whom are aged over 50 and on pensions,” he said. “Site rent increases will be limited to once a year and home owners will be consulted before increases are put in place. “We are also proposing amendments to make the legislation easier to understand, such as making it clearer that separate utility meter reading charges are not allowed. “Another significant change proposed in the legislation is introducing behavioral standards which focus on how park owners, their staff and residents interact. “It is designed to safeguard quality of life for everyone in residential parks.” Mr de Brenni said the government was also committed to taking on board and implementing good ideas from residents and home owners about how to improve things. “We’ve set aside $1 million over two years to provide advocacy and support through resident associations to assist retirement village residents, manufactured home owners and residents of boarding houses. “The funding will be used to develop, in consultation with resident groups, practical improvements, such as identifying what training may be required for village staff or how best to organise resident committees.” The amendments to the Retirement Villages Act 1999 and Manufactured Homes (Residential Parks) Act 2003 form part of the Queensland Housing Strategy 2017-2027 released earlier this year.

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Glasshouse Country Senior Citizens Contributed by Jenny Eggleston The Glasshouse Senior Citizens are attending the High Tea for Seniors Week at the Beerwah Hall on Thursday August 24 at 10.30am 1.30pm. Cost is $10. The September meeting will be held on Tuesday September 12 at the Beerwah Hall at 9am commencing with a cup of tea. The meeting will be followed by a picnic in Mill Park. Please bring chairs and lunch, sandwiches will be available. All welcome. On Monday September 25 we are going on a mystery bus trip via Kenilworth, cost $25, lunch at own expense. Contact Patricia for details on 5439 0740. Members may bring friends.

Do you play bridge? If you would like to play bridge at the friendliest club on the Sunshine Coast, then head along to the Beerwah Golf Club on Tuesdays from 9.15am and Fridays from noon (please be there 15 minutes before they start playing). If you would like to get more information, call John Marsden on 5494 2584 or Martine Goedhart on 5496 9855.

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Great exercise for the grey matter

Contributed by Gweneth Brooks Come on, if ever there is a time in your life to exercise your grey cells and keep a very active memory whilst keeping the old boogie man, Alzheimer’s, at bay – the time is now. Why not come and join in with our fun loving group that actively shows you the way to keep the brain very active? We are a daytime club and we meet every second and fourth Thursday morning at the Church on the Rise building now located in Beerwah Parade, Beerwah. No transport? We can organise transport for you. Come and see for yourselves. Visit us, The Glasshouse Country Toastmasters, to learn how to keep the grey cells moving whilst exciting your imagination in the world of the spoken word. Why don’t you fulfil that secret desire to write a story and then stand up and tell it to an audience? For more information, please ring Martine Goedhart on 5496 9855 or Gweneth Brooks on 5496 9269.

Knitting Circle Are you a knitter? Then why not join the Friends of Beerwah Library for a fun afternoon of knitting every Wednesday from 1.30pm - 3pm at the library? Start with knitted squares which can be sewn into blankets and donated to local charities or work on other projects. Bring your own refreshments for afternoon tea if desired. Equipment is supplied. Attendance is free and no bookings are required.


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The next Sunshine Melodies to be held at the Caloundra Events Centre will be on Wednesday, September 20 at 11am when the four stunning individual voices of Belladiva will come together to perform intricate arrangements of best-loved classics from opera to pop. This unique combination of classical voice and playful musicianship makes the familiar new again with gorgeous modern interpretations of everything from the Flower Duet to Blackbird. Think beautiful, soaring and ethereal one minute, intimate, tender and sweet the next. This quartet delivers with a delightful ease and sincerity, creating a truly enthralling and heart-warming experience. This concert brings together the singers of Belladiva to share re-imagined operatic classics and a selection of pop music’s landmark songs from Eva Cassidy and Neil Young through to Fleetwood Mac and Bruce Springsteen. Belladiva sets aside the opera score to perform these tales of strength of love in their signature crossover style and angelic four-part harmony, as previously celebrated in their renditions of Hallelujah and Fields of Gold. The girls will also perform with their own instruments, including piano, violin and guitar, in this intimate concert of songs that have sound-tracked their lives. Tickets are $19 or $17.50 per person for a group of 10 plus, and that includes a complimentary morning tea from 10am. Please contact the Box Office on 5491 4240 for bookings. GC&M News has two free double passes to give away, so keep your eye out for our competition in early September.

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What'sHappening 23 Wednesday Want to learn more about online shopping? Then come along to the Maleny Library to a class specially designed for seniors, between 10am and 11.30am. Learn all about how to use eBay and Gumtree, gain the basics in buying and selling on the internet. You will also learn how to set up an account, purchase online and use PayPal. You will need to bring your own digital device. Morning tea will be provided. The session is free, however bookings are essential. Phone 5475 8989.

27 Sunday Come and Try Croquet - this is an opportunity to learn the basics and play croquet, from 2pm - 4pm and afternoon tea is provided. The venue is the Caloundra Mallet Sports Club, 78 Arthur Street, Caloundra. Contact Terry on 0468 700 934. It’s free and no registration is required. Equipment and instruction provided. Wear flat soled shoes.


27 Sunday Amateur Fun Walk and Forum - Join the Australian Pensioners & Superannuants League Caloundra from 7am and explore the Golden Beach foreshore with the optional warm up starting at the Oaks Oasis and finishing at the Caloundra Power Boat Club (4km). Enjoy breakfast on the lawn and a seated forum presentation to follow. This event is perfect for the over 50s or people with a disability and their families. The event will be monitored by the State Emergency Services and APSL volunteers. Oaks Oasis Resort is on Landsborough Parade, Caloundra. For more information phone Frank on 5492 7134. Cost is $10, children are free. Registration opens at 7am. Breakfast is at the Power Boat Club after the walk, followed by the Seniors Forum.

Thursday A Seniors Week Celebration that features entertainment, food, raffles and lots of fun will be hosted by Glasshouse Country Care at the Beerwah Community Hall from 11am - 1.30pm. Cost is just $10 per person and bookings are essential. Phone 5494 6948 or email reception@ ghcare.org.au.

25 Friday The online shopping session is being held again at the Beerwah Library from 2pm - 3.30pm. (Same details in Wednesday 23). 26 & 27 Saturday and Sunday The Grey Medallion Program by Ithaca Caloundra Life Saving Club is a free program that runs over the two days from 9am - 4pm. You will learn the essential lifesaving skills that could one day save a life. Held at BreakFree Grand Pacific Resort, 100 Bulcock Street, Caloundra. Registration is essential. Phone 0402 454 644 or email secretary@caloundracity.org.au.

29 Tuesday Healthy Sunshine Coast Seniors is offering a class focusing on Stability, Balance and Core from 8.30am - 9.30am. Cost is $5 and the class is held at the Maleny RSL Hall, 1 Bunya Street, Maleny. Phone Danielle on 0418 139 878 to book in.

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