A GROUP of Gawler women are making a difference to the lives of people living with dementia, creating a variety of fun and interactive kits for local residents.
AROUND 20 people took a step back in time last week, enjoying a historical walk around Gawler’s eastern suburbs.
TREVU House has joined the chorus of local aged care facilities calling for greater community understanding of dementia, as Dementia Awareness Month comes to a close.
A BRAND new sensory garden has been installed at Trevu House, in honour of a late resident who donated some of his life savings back into the Gawler East-based nursing home.
GAWLER’S Trevu House residential care facility recently thanked its volunteers for their dedication and commitment to helping make life easier at the nursing home.
A GAWLER East couple last week celebrated a milestone very few people in the world can lay claim to – 65 years of marriage.
WHY does your loved one need help? And what do they need help for? These are two key questions that families must ask when deciding whether or not it is the right time for a relative to be enrolled in a nursing home.