TRANSITION YOUR PARENT INTO AGED CARE WITH EXPERTS THAT CARE.

PEACE & CONFIDENCE 
FOR YOU AND YOUR PARENT.

MOVING YOUR ELDERLY PARENT INTO AGED CARE IS ONE OF THE HARDEST DECISIONS A CHILD WILL EVER HAVE TO MAKE.  DON’T DO IT ALONE. WE CAN HELP.

HOW WE HAVE HELPED.

Mum had a sudden fall...

“Mum had a fall and suddenly she needed to move. We were totally unprepared and needed to act quickly.

There was a lot to do but Golden Years made the process stress-free and easy for Mum and the rest of the family. Thanks Cameron for your independent and professional advice and services.”.

John
Sunshine Coast

...whole process go so much more easily.

“I had to take off 4 days because I figured it was going to take me 4 days to move Dad, and with Golden Years help the whole thing took an afternoon. It really made the whole process go so much more easily. What impressed me the most was how quickly, it was like a whole team came in and disassembled everything and then built it right back up in the next place.”

Debbie

Gold Coast

...so many things to organise

“There were so many things to organise and I’ve never organised these things before: the sale of Grace’s house to pay for where she was going, the removalist, the clean-up, the storage… it was getting beyond me, I just didn’t know what to do. When I met Cameron, everything just became so easy! I’m just so grateful to him.”

Jackie

Brisbane

Change is hard for everyone. As your parents age you will experience and witness physical and emotional change. The change can be gradual or sudden. You may have found yourself or your parent in one of these situations:
Your loved one may not be able to recall details of simple tasks such as when their last meal was. They may also not be able to complete these tasks successfully – tasks they have performed their whole lives.
Dishes piled up, laundry not put away and out of date food in the fridge might be a sign that your loved one isn’t coping or able to care for their home.
Your loved one needs help eating, using the restroom, standing, walking, laying down, and performing personal hygiene routines

The difficult decision to transition your ageing parent into aged care can be accompanied by feelings of guilt, loss, anger and relief. We understand it is not an easy decision to make. We know that you may be anxious about what lies ahead. Most of our clients tell us they are overwhelmed with the task of moving and trying to understand how Nursing Homes and Retirement Villages work.

Our goal is to help you evaluate and plan for the best possible care so you, as a daughter or son, find peace and comfort in knowing that your parent is looked after, is safe and happy, and that their new home is home. 

We listen and help you move forward.