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We provide Independent Living to those who are seeking a different approach to Aged Care. Giving you back the power to maintain personal independence.

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Aged Care Community living vs Retirement Village living

APAC Eldercare Innovation Awards
Seasons Aged Care Finalists at the 5th Eldercare innovation Awards

on the May 20, 2017 at 5:59 am

Recently, we here at Seasons Private Aged Care have been humbled by our fellow industry peers after being nominated as a finalist for the 5th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards. Seasons Private Aged Care were awarded finalists in the category ‘Facility of the Year - Ageing in Place’ which nominates

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Lifestyle Activities for the Elderly

on the April 17, 2017 at 6:10 am

It’s the golden years of your life, but with age comes a new challenge; how can you still maintain the active lifestyle that you once enjoyed without causing yourself injury? Ultimately the decision is up to you, however at Seasons Private Aged Care, we have come up with a quick list of

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what consumer directed care really means
What consumer directed care really means

on the March 30, 2017 at 7:07 am

There has been a lot of discussion in the media of recent around "consumer directed care". Nick Loudon the CEO & Managing Director of the Seasons Group comments on what consumer directed care really means. To view the full article click here.  

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Things look a little different: We’ve launched our new website

on the March 20, 2017 at 5:40 am

If you have visited the Seasons Private Aged Care website of late you may have noticed we have made a few changes. Namely, we have refreshed our look with a brand make-over.  The website has been divided into three focus areas; age care living, age care services and age care lifestyle areas. This is

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How Nutritional Needs Change As We Age

on the February 20, 2017 at 4:56 am

It's an inevitable part of the life cycle that our bodies age with each passing year and with it so do our nutritional and dietary needs. So how do we look after our bodies in each stage of our life? To begin with from birth through to your twenties your body

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Working in Aged Care

on the January 19, 2017 at 6:37 am

Aged care offers a rewarding career based on care and compassion.  The intrinsic rewards offered by aged care work make this career choice incredibly rewarding. Working in aged care provides a sense of fulfilment caring for those that are vulnerable, and empowering individuals to maintain as much independence as possible.  The

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Pets contribute to the overall health and happiness for the elderly
“I’m not ready for aged care yet”

on the December 21, 2016 at 2:20 am

How often have you said; “I’m not ready for aged care yet”. The thought of changing living arrangements is confronting for some, with feelings of not being ready for aged care yet.  There are many misconceptions about moving into aged care. Often the experience is quite the opposite once you have discovered exactly what

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nursing homes and private aged care communities
The difference between nursing homes and private aged care communities

on the November 16, 2016 at 8:11 am

Different aged care services suit different individuals.  The exciting news is there are now a growing number of options available to choose from as we age.  The establishment of aged care communities, like Seasons Kallangur, means there are unique and individualised communities to choose from.  So what are the differences between nursing homes

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Health and nutrition for the elderly
The Importance of Health and Nutrition for the Elderly

on the October 11, 2016 at 8:18 am

Health and nutrition is so important throughout life and is just as important in the later years.  For the elderly, eating well is essential to assisting their general health, improve mental acuteness and boosts immunity to assist in providing a resistance to illness.  A poor diet can exacerbate some chronic

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Seasons short term care
Seasons Short-Term Care

on the September 14, 2016 at 8:19 am

At Seasons Aged Care we offer all types of aged care services including short-term care and accommodation. Short-term care may be required for a variety of reasons so we provide several types of care options. These include respite care, private transition care and private short-term palliative care. Respite Care For various reasons a carer may

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Seasons Kallangur offers community life at its best
Kallangur offers community life at its best

on the August 10, 2016 at 8:27 am

If you are looking for a fabulous retirement community to call home then be sure to visit Seasons Kallangur. Our Kallangur community offers the best in retirement living for over 75’s.  Seasons is nestled away in the beautiful Moreton Bay Region. North of Brisbane Seasons is situated off the highway and located in

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Life at Seasons Private Aged Care Community
Life at a Seasons Aged Care Community

on the July 6, 2016 at 8:29 am

Seasons Aged Care prides itself on providing individual care to residents. They receive the required level of care and support to suit their individual needs. Seasons is bringing a sense of class and dignity to the residents life. They are revolutionising the way aged care is provided. Seasons Aged Care community really comes

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Private Dementia Care
Private Dementia Care

on the June 8, 2016 at 8:30 am

Dementia is a progressive disease that affects memory, thinking, orientation and comprehension. Over time the condition can become worse and and greater support may be required. 24-hour supervision may be necessary During the middle stages of Alzheimer's or Dementia, 24-hour supervision may be necessary to keep the person safe. In the

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Personal Aged Care Workers
Personal Aged Care Workers

on the May 10, 2016 at 8:31 am

At Seasons Private Aged Care your happiness and good health are the most important part of our service. Our team of dedicated individuals sole professional commitment is the happiness and well-being of Seasons residents and their families. When you need help with the everyday tasks like having a shower or getting dressed

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Aged Care Community living vs Retirement Village living
Age Care Community Living vs Retirement Village Living

on the April 14, 2016 at 12:32 pm

Are you looking at retirement or aged care living options for yourself or an elderly family member? Understanding the differences between each is important when choosing the right place to call home. The article below discusses some of the differences to assist you in making the right choice. Age Care

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Pets contribute to the overall health and happiness for the elderly
Pet’s Contribute to the Overall Health and Happiness of the Elderly

on the March 8, 2016 at 12:34 pm

A pet can be a wonderful companion, particularly as we age. Pet ownership comes with responsibilities and these responsibilities can be extremely beneficial to the elderly. The article below discusses the benefits of pet ownership, particularly when transitioning into a private age care home. Companionship A familiar face in the form

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the cared and the carers - where do i fit in
The cared and the carers – where do I fit in?

on the February 25, 2016 at 12:35 pm

As a daughter, a son, or a loved family member of an elder, it can be difficult to visualise the role you play during their transition into an aged care community.  At Seasons, we provide the flexibility for you to be involved as much as you wish, removing the stress

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laughter can improve the well-being of your senior loved ones
Laughter Can Improve the Well-being of Your Senior Loved Ones

on the October 15, 2015 at 12:36 pm

We’re all familiar with the phrase ‘laughter is the best medicine’. What you may find surprising is how true this statement actually is. Many studies over the years have concluded that laughter has a wide range of health benefits. Most recently, laughter has been attributed to improving the memory of

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Maintaining friendships can improve your health
Maintaining Friendships Can Improve Your Health

on the October 13, 2015 at 12:38 pm

Friendship is one of the corner stones of our society and is vital to living a healthy, well-rounded life. Relaxing and conversing with friends is a pleasant experience and helps us through a range of experiences and emotions. Maintaining friendships can improve your health and those who regularly socialise are often happier

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Elder Care
Balanced Wellbeing for Carers and the Elderly

on the June 26, 2015 at 12:38 pm

When it comes to aged care, nurturing should be a two-way street. Elders get complete attention when their carers are equally pampered. If you’re tending to a parent or relative, the overwhelming duties can take a toll on your health. Here are a few ways to combat fatigue and maintain

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the difficulties of dementia
The Difficulties of Dementia

on the June 15, 2015 at 12:39 pm

Taking care of a loved one who has dementia can be difficult. Symptoms of the disease usually include memory loss and impaired ability to solve simple problems. A patient’s needs depend on the stage of dementia they are experiencing. Mild There are very few signs or symptoms of dementia during

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home care for elderly
Home care for elderly

on the June 5, 2015 at 12:41 pm

As people age, it is understandable to be concerned regarding healthcare after retirement. Although many retirees are still physically active, they may require assistance in their daily lives to continue to live independently. Supported living or home care for the elderly has many benefits. It is about giving the elderly

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Pets: How they can improve your quality of life

on the May 29, 2015 at 12:42 pm

We often form strong bonds with our pets. These bonds bring value, meaning and worth, which helps enhance the quality of the lives of both owner and pet. People – especially seniors – who have pet companions, are often in better shape and require fewer visits to their physicians. Pets

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nursing homes and private aged care communities
Ageing in place: Helping the elderly live independently

on the May 26, 2015 at 12:42 pm

Living independently is important for the elderly. It is their desire to continue their lives with full autonomy and dignity and there is no reason to deny this. Whether it be in their own homes or in a community, older people want to have control over their lives and be

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dementia care
Dementia Care – understanding the options and the importance of professional help

on the May 7, 2015 at 12:43 pm

Dementia can be a difficult condition but it does not have to reduce a persons quality of life. Dementia is not considered to be one specific disease but rather a sum of problems, brought on by other disorders. It can affect thinking and behaviour but can be helped with proper

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superheros of the nursing home / aged care
Nurses – The Superheros of the Nursing Home/Aged Care

on the September 3, 2014 at 12:45 pm

When it comes to finding supported living for an elderly relative, you want to find somewhere offering top level care. It is not always easy to know where to start in finding the ideal living arrangement. That is why it is always worth doing as much research as possible before you make a

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Pets contribute to the overall health and happiness for the elderly
Independent Living is a Viable Option for your Loved One

on the August 4, 2014 at 12:46 pm

Have you reached a stage in life where you want to slow down the pace, while continuing to be independent? If you are starting to look into what options are available, then you might want to consider independent living. Assisted living is the ideal solution for people who want to continue living independently.

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What is Respite Care?

on the July 28, 2014 at 12:46 pm

If you are a full time carer, it is important you take care of yourself and your wellbeing. Just like any job, you need time off to recharge your batteries and to rest. This is why respite care should be an essential part of your duties. It is important carers

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Seasons Eastern Heights Garden
Here Comes the Sun – Queensland Retirement Living

on the July 21, 2014 at 12:47 pm

When looking for supported aged care living and accomodation there are a lot of factors to consider. You will want to make sure you find an establishment that offers the right care and has a team of experienced staff on site. A common and important factor which a lot of people overlook

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Dementia Care
Dementia Care – understanding the options and the importance of professional help

on the June 6, 2014 at 12:48 pm

Most of us think “senility” is a normal part of aging, but it’s not. Previously, experts believed dementia was a part of aging. A more recent article from University of Queensland said mild cases of cognitive impairment does not necessarily lead to dementia. The university’s Ageing Mind Initiative also revealed that

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level of care
What Level of Care Does Your Loved One Require?

on the May 5, 2014 at 11:47 pm

Seeing your loved one start to lose their independence can be quite painful. When they forget names, appointments and even medication schedules, would they need to move into a nursing facility? Making the right decision can be difficult. Faced with these realities, it’s understandably tough to choose the right level

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Caring for elders
Tips on supporting your ageing loved ones

on the May 5, 2014 at 12:50 pm

Taking care of our ageing loved ones can be a rewarding experience. It’s about giving back to the people who nurtured and guided you through your life. As good as it may sound, supporting them can usher in a rollercoaster of emotions: frustration, concern, guilt and even anxiety. It can

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palliative care
Palliative Care: improving a patient’s quality of life

on the May 5, 2014 at 12:49 pm

The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines palliative care as an approach to help patients with life-threatening illness and improve their quality of life. It’s not designed to postpone or hasten death but is centred on encouraging patients to live life to the fullest. For families, a support system is also created to

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  • When my sister and I were looking for an aged care facility for our 86 year old mother, we were keen to find a safe and comfortable place where we would be happy to live if we were choosing a place for ourselves. We wanted the best surroundings and care…

    Ms Wright & Ms Mill

  • Our Dad, Kevin, was 90 years of age when he became too ill to continue living alone, which he had done for the last 30 years. My sisters and I searched and researched and visited every type of Aged Home facility. Dad had a few specifics we needed to take into…

    Mrs Bird, Mrs Thomson & Mrs Good

  • It takes special people to care for someone that suffers with dementia and throughout the 20 months that mum was part of Seasons, her carers always showed her respect and treated her with dignity and for this we thank you. Mum was always treated as a human being not just…

    The Caruso Family

  • Moving from our home in Gympie to our unit at Seasons was an experience made easier by the special welcome we received from management and staff at Seasons. Since taking up residence, I have been very happy with the way my various daily needs have been taken care of by nurses…

    Mrs Runge

  • Regarding my father, Jack Machin. I wanted to write Seasons to let you know just how thankful we are to all of you for looking after my father, Jack, so well for over the last 8 months. While Dad would certainly not have wished his condition upon himself, he was…

    Mrs Thomas

Seasons helps people to maintain their personal independence in modern self contained retirement apartments while enjoying a great retirement facility and having the convenience of Aged Care if and when required. Our retirement villages offer everything you could possibly need.


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