A wise move for me
Questions friends frequently ask me are `why did you move into a retirement village’, `how did you choose a village’, ` are you glad you decided to make the move’, `do you have an outside area and garden to sit in’ and `what type of amenities are there’? I can answer all of the above without hesitation.
I knew I would move into a village eventually and waited until I was sure the time was right for me.
Deepwater Court in Woy Woy is not far from the home I lived in. It’s in a convenient location close to local shops, medical centres and public transport. The villas are built on flat ground – no more climbing 25 steps to my front door.
We have good communication with management by way of meetings and the residents have a committee so that any concerns can be taken up by the committee.
Activities vary and it is a personal choice – monthly outings, happy hours, monthly dinners, card games, swimming etc. It is good to socialise and I enjoy meeting people. It is also good to keep in touch with one’s pre-village life
Should help be required the office manager or the call system is on hand to help. Some people hesitate about moving into a village thinking neighbours will be intrusive but that is not my experience at all – just friendly smiles, a wave and a “hello”. For me, Living Choice was a very wise move.
Living Choice Deepwater Court