DOING IT TOGETHER: Dance, learn to paint or play a little table tennis at Sawtell Catholic Care of the Aged.
DOING IT TOGETHER: Dance, learn to paint or play a little table tennis at Sawtell Catholic Care of the Aged. Wavebreakmedia Ltd

Inspirational theme for this year's NSW Senior's Festival

'LET'S do more together' is the inspirational theme for this year's NSW Senior's Festival.

At Sawtell Catholic Care of the Aged, there's always plenty to do.

Since 1992, when our first resident took up occupancy in Marian Grove, we've grown into a true community who does more together each and every day.

In our village you can dance the soft shoe, play table tennis, bowls or mah jong at the recreation hall, borrow a book, CD or DVD from the library, as well as sing, play the ukulele, or learn to paint, depending on your inclination.

Residents and family connect at The Grove Café and worship at Our Lady of the Way Chapel together in our vibrant, supportive and creative community.

Just what is it that makes us so special?

Is it the beautiful grounds enclosing Marian Grove, our independent living village and Mater Christi, our residential care facility?

Is it the café, or our chapel?

Is it the fun and friendship our residents enjoy? Perhaps it's the 24-hour nursing care, or the great team of staff and volunteers who make every resident feel like a part of the family.

We can tell you what it is in two words - more than words to us - we care. We care about our residents. We care about their quality of life, their dignity, their independence, their individual journeys and that makes all the difference.

We care - it's more than a logo, it's our lifestyle.


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