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On a High!

Congratulations from Seniors Own Real Estate to Verdun Hayes for not only being 101 years of age but for recently breaking the Guinness World Record for being the oldest person to skydive! Read the link to find out more about

Posted in In the Press, Inspiring Seniors

Belly-Dancing Beauties!

Seniors Own Real Estate would like to wish the Diamontease dance troupe all the best with their community performances. This dance troupe is certainly made up of some vibrant and lively ladies with a real zest for life! Congratulations to

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Mature Age Learning

The Senior News recently published an article about courses that The Mature Age Learning Association have to offer. If you are interested in furthering your studies this may be something for you! Please refer to the following link for registration

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Posted in Education & Information Sessions, In the Press

“Age in Place”

Please read the following article to find out more information about Perth’s very first multi-aged precinct (MAP) set for Claremont. This is an amazing community project which may be the start of MAP developments across Perth.

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Waiting Lists…Watch this Space

Colin Barnett had made election promises to assist with the problem of wait lists into retirement village living and helping seniors to downsize. We wonder what Mark McGowan will do to help with this problem? Please view the link for

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Happy Birthday Pat!

Thank you to the Western Suburbs Weekly for publishing such a feel good story. Pat Perkins is an active and inspirational 95 year old! She has just celebrated her birthday amongst the friends that she has made at Kings Park

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Are You “Pre Old”?

This is the question being asked in Japan! The Japanese Government are looking at raising the age considered to be elderly from 65 to 75. Please read more about this story at this link. https://www.agedcare101.com.au/the-donaldson-sisters/call-elderly-65/

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