Members of PACE

Peninsula Villages is a group of three Central Coast retirement villages, offering retirees and those with high care needs a fresh approach to supported living in beautifully appointed village-style environments. With three distinct levels of care – aged care, palliative care and self-care – there’s something to suit the needs of every senior community member. Peninsula Villages residences are located at Umina Beach on the Peninsula and Morisset Park in the Northern end of the Central Coast.
Adelene is an independent retirement village located in Wyoming. Surrounded by natural beauty and close to shops, clubs and transport, Adelene’s ideal location makes the most of the superb Central Coast lifestyle. The village is a resident-funded charitable organisation, motivated by Christian values for the care and welfare of aged and disabled people ensuring they live happily and independently.
Central Coast Community Care Association (CCCCA) operates two aged care facilities located at Killarney Vale and Charmhaven. CCCCA strive to provide high quality care that optimises individual wellbeing for each of their clients. The facilities of CCCCA offer permanent residential care as well as respite care to a total of 80 residents and provides an extensive range of services and activities designed to enhance the lifestyle of each resident.
Vietnam Veterans Keith Payne VC Hostel is a fully accredited not for profit aged care facility located at Norah Head. Nestled in lush bushland, the Vietnam Veterans Keith Payne VC Hostel provides for 76 residents and promotes an excellent quality of life. The first-class facilities include special interactive areas such as communal lounge rooms, solarium, library, gazebo and a fully equipped function hall. Whilst priority for admission is given to veterans, members of the wider community are welcomed.
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