Gordon was born in 1926 in Irvinestown, Northern Ireland – the fourth son of a wholesale grocer. At 13 years of age Gordon won a scholarship to the Methodist College Belfast. Here Gordon and his friend Gerry Murphy stopped the poor treatment of new boys at the school. Read More
Is it time to find out more about aged care options?
Horton House in Hunters Hill will be holding an Open Morning on Friday 19th June and Glades Bay Gardens in Gladesville will be throwing open its doors again for a whole day on Saturday 20th June.
This is a great opportunity to come along, meet the staff and residents and have a look around in a relaxed atmosphere.
We know only too well how overwhelming the aged care system can be so we will have our expert staff on hand to explain things to you and answer any questions you may have.
For more information call (02) 9414 4400.
On Friday 22nd May 2015, Twilight Aged Care celebrated the centenary of Twilight House – the name of organisation that was first talked about over 102 years ago in the rooms of the Lady Mayoress at Sydney Town Hall.
Held at Doltone House, Hyde Park, Twilight threw a masked ball for staff and friends of the Company, mirroring the “pierrot” ball that was held in April 1914 and which raised £220 towards the first Twilight Home in Mosman. Read More
New research into what Australians think about residential aged care was unveiled at a seminar, ‘Aged Care: How well do you know your customer?’ at Macquarie Graduate School of Management in Sydney on 27 November 2014. Read More