INVITATION

GERATEC  IS  COMING  TO  STANFORD

to lead a discussion:
 

“How can Stanford become the place where you can live out your life without having to move into a frail care home or similar facility as you begin to need more assistance with everyday living.”

All residents of Stanford and surrounds are invited to attend the Conversation Hub led by Rayne Stroebel of Geratec.

Please join us and make your ideas heard, this is a Conversation Hub for everyone to have their say and find a way to make it all happen.

Dutch Reformed Church Hall, Stanford, on Monday 27 October, 11:00.

For further information please phone Elma on 082 892 9507  or 028 341 0372

Stanford from the river. Photo Viv of Scenic South & Nestle-In

Stanford from the river. Photo Viv of Scenic South & Nestle-In

BACKGROUND:

GERATEC is the only full service provider of outsourced services to long-term care facilities and retirement homes throughout South Africa. Their core services include catering, housekeeping, caring, staff development & training, and management consulting.

GERATEC is also home to the South Africa branch of the Eden Alternative, a non-profit organisation which promotes an holistic approach in the management of retirement homes.

And as part of its extensive social responsibility programme, GERATEC is also the proud founder and sponsor of the South African Care Forum, an initiative that encourages a more professional and ‘person-centred’ approach for service providers in the long-term care and retirement industry.

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The South African Care Forum is a new non-profit company supporting the care industry in South Africa, that serves the needs of older people and people living with disabilities, both in residential care and in the community.

Through their members and affiliations, the South African Care Forum aims to become the official voice for the care industry and grow a reputation for excellence and best practices.

Their mission includes the following key objectives:

                        *to be a clearinghouse for information/latest research;
*networking and partnerships;
*learning and development;
*influencing policy;
*building awareness

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE