Seachange Arundel’s new Resident Lecture Program has proven to be a hit with residents.
Our latest lecture saw UQ School of Psychology Professor Dr Nancy Pachana speak about her research on friendship and social support through later life.
Held on October 8 at our five-star Country Club, Dr Pachana discussed the importance of physical activity on both mood and health, providing residents with useful avenues to support and motivate the journey through their golden years.
Seachange Arundel Project Director Phil Goodman said Dr Pachana’s research through the Ageing Mind Initiative showed how community living could provide the over 50s with many enriching benefits.
“At its very core community living is a simple concept of like-minded people sharing common interests and interacting on a daily basis,” he said.
“The Ageing Mind Initiative closely aligns with the Seachange Vision, which encourages every resident to continue to nourish their mind, body and soul.”