On Sunday the 19th of May, St Basil’s at Randwick, Sydney, held an Open Day, which was a lovely event for the whole family with activities for all ages.
More than 600 people visited the facility and had a wonderful time with live music that was organised.
Visitors had the opportunity to enjoy food tasting and on Level 1 there was an art exhibition with paintings that were made from the residents.
On Level 2, visitors were able to admire a Greek traditional costumes exhibition and Greek dancing by Hellenic Lyceum.
During the event, all of the visitors were also given facility tours by the staff and left with the best impressions.
St Basil’s Randwick’s in Sydney offers 114 residential aged care beds in rooms that are much larger than the industry standard.
A choice of living options at St Basil’s facilities helps address the needs of the aging population, providing a range of entertainment as well as a seamless integration into the community. St Basil’s strive to give residents a better lifestyle and a friendly environment.
“At St Basil’s Randwick we have considered every aspect of your well-being – from alfresco courtyards to entertain family and friends, to cascading terraces to relax and enjoy the evenings with new neighbours, and beautiful landscaped gardens and walkways that wind through the heritage parkland. All the outdoor communal areas have fantastic facilities such as barbecues, pergolas and child-friendly areas. There is even a putt-putt golf course where you can take on your new friends,” says management.
There is also a gymnasium, an indoor swimming pool as well as a café, beauty salon and hairdressers and there is even a playground for little visitors to enjoy.
*All images by Nick Bourdaniotis Photography (Copyright)
This post was last modified on May 22, 2019 4:58 pm
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