OCAV in the Media

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A new outdoor exercise park has been opened at a Melbourne retirement village, giving residents a healthy – and fun – opportunity to get active and socialise.

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RETIREMENT village residents in Melbourne's north-east are enjoying finding their green thumbs thanks to a stunning garden reno. The outdoor space at Old Colonists' Association of Victoria's Leith Park village did a double take when their new-look communal garden - which they won in a national garden makeover competition - was unveiled.

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OCAV volunteer Mary McLure received an Order of Australia in the recent Queen's Birthday honours list. Mary is well-known and loved at Liscombe House, OCAV's aged care facility.

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RETIREMENT village residents in Melbourne's north-east are enjoying finding their green thumbs thanks to a stunning garden reno. The outdoor space at Old Colonists' Association of Victoria's Leith Park village did a double take when their new-look communal garden - which they won in a national garden makeover competition - was unveiled.

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Safeguarding the health of residents has always been central to the Old Colonists' Association of Victoria, founded 150 years ago this year.

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The outstanding achievements of the age services industry in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and the Northern Territory have been recognised at LASA’s Excellence in Age Services Awards, presented at the 2019 Tri-State Conference in Albury.

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OCAV has been well represented at LASA’s state Excellence in Age Services Awards, taking out an important award.

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The outstanding achievements of the age services industry in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and the Northern Territory have been recognised at Leading Age Services’ (LASA) Excellence in Age Services Awards, presented at the 2019 Tri-State Conference in Albury.

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A surprising group of people stand to benefit from the aged care royal commission, whose hearings start today, according to OCAV Councillor Professor Joe Ibrahim. These are residents of nursing homes in the far future — people in their 50s and 60s, and their children. How is that possible?

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What can be done to stop performers falling through the gaps between tax, superannuation and social security systems?

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CEO Phillip Wohlers has overseen some big changes at OCAV. But their model of personalised care and community building is something that won't change under his 'watch'.

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