The Best Pets for Seniors

If you’ve ever owned a pet, you’ll know the joy that they can bring to you and those around you. The loyalty of a furry friend can help when you’re feeling down and can boost your wellbeing and mental health, but there can also be a few challenges when it comes to owning a pet….Read More→

Tips for Selling Your Home

Tips for Selling Your Home by Centennial Living

If you’ve got your heart set on downsizing as you make the step into retirement, you’ve no doubt wondered about how you’re going to take on the challenge of selling your home. Fortunately for you, we’ve had countless conversations with our residents about their experience with selling their home – and we’ve learned a thing…Read More→

What Kind of Hobbyist Are You?

Expressing your Creativity & Hobbies in Retirement

The COVID-19 pandemic has been disruptive to say the least. But while we have all had to work to keep ourselves entertained, connected, and engaged – this period has brought with it some opportunities to learn some things about ourselves and how we tick. We’re talking about the hobbies and pastimes that we’ve used to…Read More→

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→

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→