When you’re entering a new stage in life like finishing work and considering retirement more seriously, the new year marks a turning point to check in on your goals and ask yourself what’s important to achieve both your financial and personal dreams.
For many people, the festive season is something they look forward to. It means celebrating and exchanging gifts with loved ones and eating too much Christmas ham. For many others however, Christmas can be a very stressful and lonely time of year.
The village was abuzz on Saturday 28th November with atmosphere, music and ladies rushing from stall to stall to find the best value for money and many appetites being satisfied.
The global pandemic has helped us to understand more than ever that life is short, and tomorrow is never promised. It is so important to live life to the fullest and spend each day as if it were your last. Here are 4 simple tips that will help you do this.
It all started during the pandemic, with residents feeling isolated from family and friends, ordered to stay at home as per government instructions, a locked community centre, limited social activities, and a lack of face to face contact with the other residents.
On Tuesday the 3rd of November, the residents of Oak Tree Cairns celebrated the annual Melbourne Cup with a delicious lunch in the village centre.
As we move into our senior years, life can tend to become a little uncertain and sometimes lonely. Sadly, friends sometimes move or pass away, and it can be increasingly difficult to form new connections and find companionship.
Nestled in the fertile Cudgegong River valley on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range, Mudgee is a vibrant community renowned for its attractive scenery, historic charm and thriving food and wine production.
When retirement approaches, one of the first things people tend to worry about is the state of their finances – not just the changes in income, but also the cost of living. Many wonder: is it cheaper to remain in a residential home, or to make the switch to a retirement community? What are the financial benefits of living in a retirement community?
We are all well aware that getting older and the physical changes to our bodies and appearance that go with it is inevitable. While we cannot prevent it, there are ways to slow down the effects aging has on our bodies.
On Monday September 28th, a handful of ladies from the Country Women’s Association, and the Red Hat Society, an international women’s society targeted to women approaching 50 and beyond, came together at Oak Tree Retirement Village Mudgee in the village centre for a high tea event.
The residents of Oak Tree Retirement Village Burpengaryhave partnered with Burpengary State Secondary College to assist year 12 Certificate III fitness students in completing their placement assessment.
On September 15th, the residents of Oak Tree Retirement Village Skye participated in yarn bombing, a collective task that can be completed safely and individually.
Spring has officially sprung at Oak Tree Dubbo.
Aromatherapy is an ancient practice in which essential oils from plants, herbs, flowers, and trees are used to improve the mental, spiritual, and physical well-being of patients.