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Discovering historic, beautiful Queenscliff

Discovering historic, beautiful Queenscliff

Our residents always love getting out and about, so when our mount Martha valley lifestyle coordinator, Angela, arranged a trip to Queenscliff just before Christmas, they jumped at the chance! The group of residents and carers started their day by taking the ferry from Sorrento over Port Phillip Bay to Queenscliff. During the cruise, they spotted dolphins and seals.

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Meet you at Ed's Shed

Meet you at Ed's Shed

Ninety-three year old freemason Eddie has his own little, much-loved corner at Coppin Centre, now known as ‘ed’s shed’. His hobby of crafting handmade wooden items like sporting plaques, home décor, and signs is not only great fun for him, residents often drop by to have a chat and see what he is making.

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We love our volunteers!

We love our volunteers!

As an organisation with a focus on community, Royal Freemasons is fortunate to have a large team of volunteers – more than 275 people of all ages, with varying backgrounds from all over Victoria – who generously give their time to volunteer in our facilities. Each year, we celebrate International Volunteers Day on 5th December to show them how much they mean to us.

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Introducing Royal Freemasons Moe

Introducing Royal Freemasons Moe

We are excited to announce that another state-of-the -art residential aged care facility was launched on 2 December 2018 in Haigh Street, Moe. Royal Freemasons Moe provides 144 private rooms that cater for both couples and singles, and those needing specialised care in our Memory Support service.

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Expanding our services in the City of Ballarat

Expanding our services in the City of Ballarat

Our one mission is to assist our customers to live a secure, dignified and rewarding life through the provision of a range of quality care, services and accommodation options across our continuum of care. To support this mission, we are growing our culture of care and compassion in Ballarat in a number of ways.

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Could hearing loss predict a stroke?

Could hearing loss predict a stroke?

A range of studies have found that there is a significant association between low-frequency hearing loss and the risk of cardiovascular disease. Poor cardiovascular health causes inadequate blood flow and blood vessel trauma to the inner ear. The inner ear is so sensitive to blood flow that disorders such as hearing loss may be an early warning sign of cardiovascular disease.

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Christmas in July on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula

Christmas in July on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula

Christmas in July is a great time when cooler temperatures allow for more old-fashioned, traditional northern hemisphere festivities. Residents of the Royal Freemasons aged care home Mount Martha Valley at Safety Beach had the chance to celebrate mid-year Yulefest, partying in the cool weather at Mornington Tavern.

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