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Active Retirees : Active Retirees Aug-Sept
COVER STORY Active RetireesTM | 29 villages have art clubs. We have lots of gifted painters and our villages often hold art shows. “But we also offer the choice to step back a bit because people don’t necessarily want to be active,” Laboo says. “We offer things like bridge, lawn bowls, golf and fishing clubs, and it doesn’t cost a lot to get involved – it really comes down to the energy of the resident. And each village has its own culture; some are really active and everyone gets involved, others are more creative and prefer art and crafts.” With 79 properties around the country, Laboo says there’s not much difference between the activities offered in metropolitan and regional properties, but does notice one small difference. “At the regional properties you tend to find there are strong networks with local community groups,” he explains. » There will be a blurring between someone’s working life and their retirement because the boomers want to live in the manner to which they have become accustomed. Bernard Salt, KPMG QFKP's Manors of Mosman is designed to ensure residents can be as independent as they wish. Q
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