Resident Wellbeing -
Enjoy Your New Lifestyle to the Full!
Country Club Living is a long established, privately owned business and as a family business, we truly value our resident whilst recognising that ongoing wellbeing is key to residents enjoying a community environment and an enriched retirement lifestyle.
To support this need, we have also formed a relationship with Mercy Health, a not-for-profit organisation that provides various health, wellbeing and lifestyle support services at a discounted rate. If you have arrangements with an alternative provider of home services, you are fine to continue with that if you decide to make Country Club Living your new home.
Resident Wellbeing Coordinator
Our focus has always been providing wonderful living environments, including some of the best social and recreational facilities available. As our communities mature, we realise that residents\' needs and priorities change and maintaining physical and emotional wellbeing becomes more challenging.
In mid 2019 CCL made the decision to appoint Courtney Firth as Wellbeing Coordinator to assist resident groups and Country Club management across our portfolio in broadening opportunities for improving residents\' physical and emotional wellbeing.
The goal is to positively and proactively lengthen residents\' ability to maintain independent living via two key elements. Firstly, to liaise with residents to support and improve options for resident activities and support systems. Courtney liaises with residents to obtain valued feedback regarding activities and social group requirements, allowing residents to benefit from more options they consider relevant to their needs. Courtney also monitors the latest initiatives across our various country clubs and industry wide, sharing possible new wellbeing opportunities with residents.
The second initiative is building relationships with key external stakeholders that offer services to assist and improve resident wellbeing and happiness. For example, we know that as needs change, in order to continue living independently, residents may wish to benefit from in home health care and support.
CCL have formed a relationship with Mercy Health, a not-for-profit organisation that provides various health, wellbeing and lifestyle support services at a discounted rate. If you have arrangements with an alternative provider of home services, you are fine to continue with that if you decide to make Country Club Living your new home.
Our focus is about providing choices and the best independent lifestyle we can. Our wellbeing program is an ever changing area of service to residents. If you would like more information about our wellbeing program or what is happening at one of our country clubs, please feel free to talk to Courtney or one of our Lifestyle Consultants.
Some of the most popular wellbeing and social groups/activities we assist our residents in running:
At Country Club Living, we look forward to providing ongoing and new health and wellbeing initiatives for our residents.