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Economic Cost Of Dementia 2016 – 2056

27 February, 2018

Dementia Australia has released a report on the economic cost of Dementia from 2016 to 2056 in Australia. Highlighted in this report is the need to prioritise incorporating measures that will reduce your risk of Dementia, including following a Mediterannean style diet. “We know that what is good for your heart is also good for […]

‘Food for Thought’ debuts in Brisbane in 2018!

13 February, 2018

Knowing that a meal cooked with care is one of the very best ways of nurturing wellbeing, the Maggie Beer Foundation was established to Create an Appetite for Life, regardless of age or health restrictions. And the best way Maggie knows to effect the change she champions is to go to the source of the […]

Living Care Coffs Haven – Wellbeing Garden

21 December, 2017

Living Care Coffs Haven were lucky enough to secure a $2000 grant in 2017 from the Maggie Beer Foundation for a new edible garden through the Foundation’s Wellbeing Gardens program. “This is our beautiful and very productive garden at Coffs Haven. We have also installed a playground, BBQ and shade sails and the area is […]

Masterclass Graduates – where are they now?

19 December, 2017

We love hearing what our Masterclass graduates are up to and believe it’s important to celebrate the achievement of these ‘Champions of Change.’ Benjamin Soutter, a Cater Care Key Account Manager in Victoria, is one of these champions. Ben has recently caught our attention with his fantastic work using moulds for texture modified foods. We […]

The Village Glen ”Veggie Patch”

1 November, 2017

The Village Glen is a retirement village located at Capel Sound on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria and boasts over 800 residents. Thanks to their management team they have been able to establish a 300 plot vegetable garden and currently have over 100 volunteer gardeners ranging in age from 60 to 90+. The garden is […]