We could not agree more. https://t.co/CF605PcWgm
@DrJohnBeard Big sigh especially since this decade is supposed to focus on
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OCAV is well placed to comment in issues relating to ageing and care for ageing Victorians, having provided these services for almost 150 years.
December 9, 2019
OCAV has taken its seat at the table this year, making submissions to all key inquiries and advocating for residents during State and Federal election campaigns. It has been an important year for the aged care sector in light of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.Read More
Families across Casey celebrated an afternoon of music, dancing and history as they marked the Old Colonists’Association of Victoria’s 150th anniversary at Braeside Park. Around 150 visitors basked in glorious sunshine on Saturday 13 October, enjoying the sounds of six piece jazz band The Astor Swing Band, sitting down to a traditional afternoon tea of scones and jam, or buying up large on home made jams and marmalades made by Marie, one of ...Read More
Music filled Leith Park village as young people from surrounding schools sang to welcome visitors as they meandered through the gardens taking in the sights and sounds of the 150th Anniversary Festival.Read More
If you want to develop your creative side, or are an artist looking to explore new avenues, the Old Colonists’ Association of Victoria wants to hear from you.Read More
‘We couldn’t do it without you’ is a commonly used expression. Here at OCAV we really mean it. We simply couldn’t do what we do without the support of some of Australia’s leading philanthropists.Read More
It was a community affair on Satuday 23 November as some of Euroa’s best known groups joined the Old Colonists’ Association of Victoria to mark its 150th anniversary.Read More
The rain held off. The bunting flapped firmly. And the crowds came – 1,000 people throughout the day – to enjoy the Garden Party of the year, a celebration fitting for 150 years of support and care for older Victorians.Read More
What a wonderful year the Old Colonists’ Association of Victoria has had. While our focus in the last half of 2019 has very much been on our 150th anniversary, the year has been peppered with triumphs as well as ongoing advocacy to assist more older Victorians needing housing and support.Read More
Judy Drill, who began volunteering 10 years ago, makes Christmas cakes, and residents at Liscombe House, OCAV’s aged care facility, get to enjoy watching them being decorated in the lead up to Christmas.Read More
Fifty years from 2019, future residents will be urged to dig deep to retrieve time capsules that were buried at each village during the 150th anniversary celebrations. “What each capsule represents is an overview of what OCAV is today, kind of a crossroads between the history of where we've been and the future of where we're going," CEO Phillip Wohlers said.
Lyn and Keith Geer moved to Leith Park because OCAV offers all the levels of care they might require down the track. “We thought it was a good time to make the move, while we are both still fit."