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Kick off your long weekend with a visit to the Barossa Village Community Market, tomorrow from 9am to 1pm.

All stalls at the market feature items made or sold by people from our independent living unit community, including knitting, cactus and plants, bric-a-brac and wooden crafts.

Held on the front lawns of the Arthur & Gladys Reusch Community Centre in Nuriootpa (next to the Vine Inn).

Come and say hi!

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Kick off your long weekend with a visit to the Barossa Village Community Market, tomorrow from 9am to 1pm.

All stalls at the market feature items made or sold by people from our independent living unit community, including knitting, cactus and plants, bric-a-brac and wooden crafts.

Held on the front lawns of the Arthur & Gladys Reusch Community Centre in Nuriootpa (next to the Vine Inn).

Come and say hi!

#barossavillage #mybarossalife #mybarossa #peopleatourheart

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Good l uck all .hope weather is kind

The biggest challenge for a carer, can be supporting someone living with dementia.

Working with Dementia Detailing, Barossa Village staff, residents and their families will be the recipients of a new standard of dementia education, through the Quality Connections program, launched at the Residency in May.

For carers, while tasks such as washing and cleaning can be the simplest, it is the complex behaviour layered over these tasks that can make a situation difficult and highlights the need for dementia training.

Barossa Village recognises the importance of our workforce having a healthy understanding of the overall picture that is dementia, and this 12 month program builds on previous training.

“We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with Dementia Detailing and look forward to positive outcomes for our staff and residents working with the program,” said Matt Kowald at the program launch.

Pictured at the launch is Barossa Village Chair, Helen O’Brien, Simon Newbold, Barossa Village CEO, Julie Cartwright, Lifestyle Manager and Thean Vlahakis, Director of Dementia Detailing.

#barossavillage #agedcare #carers #dementiacare #dementiasupport #peopleatourheart
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The biggest challenge for a carer, can be supporting someone living with dementia.

Working with Dementia Detailing, Barossa Village staff, residents and their families will be the recipients of a new standard of dementia education, through the Quality Connections program, launched at the Residency in May.

For carers, while tasks such as washing and cleaning can be the simplest, it is the complex behaviour layered over these tasks that can make a situation difficult and highlights the need for dementia training.

Barossa Village recognises the importance of our workforce having a healthy understanding of the overall picture that is dementia, and this 12 month program builds on previous training.

“We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with Dementia Detailing and look forward to positive outcomes for our staff and residents working with the program,” said Matt Kowald at the program launch.

Pictured at the launch is Barossa Village Chair, Helen O’Brien, Simon Newbold, Barossa Village CEO, Julie Cartwright, Lifestyle Manager and Thean Vlahakis, Director of Dementia Detailing.

#barossavillage #agedcare #carers #dementiacare #dementiasupport #peopleatourheart

Do you love talking with people?
Do you have an hour or two to spare a week?
Do you enjoy being out in the garden?

Barossa Village has an opportunity for a volunteer to spend time with residents in their courtyard gardens, talking and helping them with light gardening activities.

When working with older people in residential care, it is a requirement to have a flu vaccination.

For more information contact Lisa our Community Development Officer on 8562 0300.
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Do you love talking with people? 
Do you have an hour or two to spare a week? 
Do you enjoy being out in the garden? 

Barossa Village has an opportunity for a volunteer to spend time with residents in their courtyard gardens, talking and helping them with light gardening activities.

When working with older people in residential care, it is a requirement to have a flu vaccination.

For more information contact Lisa our Community Development Officer on 8562 0300.

2 weeks ago

Barossa Village Inc.

If you've had a wardrobe cleanout in preparation for this week's cold weather, we can help you find a home for your unwanted winter clothes!

The Village Op Shop is low in stock of winter clothes, especially jumpers, and is looking for donations.

If you can help, drop your donation into The Village Op Shop at the Arthur & Gladys Reusch Community Centre in Nuriootpa (next to the Vine Inn). Open Wednesday to Friday 8.30am - 3.30pm.

Thank you and stay warm. 🥶🧥🧤🧣

#barossavillage #barossa #opshopping #peopleatourheart
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If youve had a wardrobe cleanout in preparation for this weeks cold weather, we can help you find a home for your unwanted winter clothes!

The Village Op Shop is low in stock of winter clothes, especially jumpers, and is looking for donations. 

If you can help, drop your donation into The Village Op Shop at the Arthur & Gladys Reusch Community Centre in Nuriootpa (next to the Vine Inn).  Open Wednesday to Friday 8.30am - 3.30pm.

Thank you and stay warm. 🥶🧥🧤🧣

#barossavillage #barossa #opshopping #peopleatourheart

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