What to Ask When Looking for A Retirement Village

What to Ask When Looking for A Retirement Village

Home is where the heart is – we have all heard this saying before, but it’s up to us to choose how we interpret it. Where we live and where we have a great deal of personal history is a matter that needs to be treated with respect. Where we decide to live in retirement…Read More→

Fitness at Taylors Hill

Fitness at Taylors Hill

Retirement is an opportunity to make changes to the way that you approach so many things in your life. With your work obligations taking a back seat, you’ll find you have more time on your hands to look after the things that mean the most to you. Many of our residents find the first few…Read More→

Seamless Living at Our Serviced Apartments

Seamless Living at Our Services Apartments

Keilor Retirement Village is a place where like-minded individuals are brought together by a desire for community, while being able to live independently. If you have found yourself considering the move into a retirement community, you should know that Keilor Retirement Village is host to a range of living options. In this article, we want…Read More→

A Place for Everyone – Finding Community as a Single Resident

A Place for Everyone – Finding Community as a Single Resident

Social isolation is a significant concern for many entering retirement. For singles, it can weigh a little more heavily. Giving away the structure of your working life to enjoy freedom in retirement means also putting aside a lot of the more routine and incidental human connection and exchanges. Without your old routine to rely on…Read More→

Expressing your Creativity in Retirement

Expressing your Creativity in Retirement

The choice to begin your retirement journey is a big one. It’s a chance to make changes to the way that you live and you may never have had the chance to do this until now. When looking at how you are going to make the most of your retirement journey there isn’t a single…Read More→

Spotlight – Resident Bevan Gray – Burnside village

Spotlight – Resident Bevan Gray Burnside Village In 1953 Bevan’s wife Margaret Scull became the first woman to train a winner at the Melbourne showgrounds – in the sport of pacing, she was only 20 years old at the time. Originally from Tasmania Margaret successfully trained greyhounds as well. Bevan was a pacing driver and…Read More→

Spotlight – Resident Judy Nardella – Burnside Village

Spotlight – Resident Judy Nardella Burnside Village Judy started bowling at 31 years of age, she is now 70.Judy started bowling at Rosamond Bowling Club and now bowls at the Deer Park Bowling Club. A keen sportsperson Judy has been a regular in the Victorian state squad for 14 years – winning numerous national titles….Read More→

Home is where the heart is: How to choose a retirement village

Home is where the heart is: How to choose a retirement village Finding the perfect place to call home when you’re coming into retirement, or need extra support for your day-to-day living, can be a challenging process. There’s plenty to think about with lots of criteria to look over, your own needs to keep in…Read More→

Staying Connected as an Older Generation

Staying connected as an older generation Ageing communities across Australia are learning to adapt and adopt new ways of living, keeping connected with their friends and families through technology. According to COTA Victoria, some residents of retirement villages are even hosting isolation-specific activities to help unite communities and keep up the ever-important need for socialisation….Read More→