New Way to Stay
Advice and Advocacy for Older Australians
New Way To Stay enables people to turn their goals into reality as they age.
A Fresh New Approach
Support During Covid-19
New Way to Stay is open for business. Face to face contact is severely restricted at the time of writing this information and is likely to be shut down all together. Here is what we are doing in response.
New Way to Stay is a new generation consultancy business for seniors that provides a rare and streamlined approach to later-life planning and goal implementation.
In collaboration with you, based on your own situation, we design effective strategies that include advice, risk analysis and a personalised vetting and referral service to solution providers for any of the services you need.
Then, once you are on your way towards implementing solutions, we offer ongoing support and advocacy for you and your family, for as long as it takes, or you choose to have us by your side.
Rather than spend hours online, researching and calling around for help, with just one phone call to New Way to Stay you will be on your way to obtaining an effective gateway that will not only focus on you as an individual but will give you access to a late-life plan that will save you stress, time, money and the common burden of risk that is associated with making hasty uninformed decisions in a later-life crisis.
The New Way to Stay gateway includes the following and more:
• Retirement living and downsizing
• Legal advice
• Financial Advice
• Home care – private and package support
• Clinical guidance
• Residential care placement and advice
• Home modification and safety
• Social and lifestyle support
• Aged care government benefit advice
• Counselling and psychological support
• Employee benefit packages
No matter what you need, whether it be confidential research, advice, risk analysis, ongoing support and implementation, or vetting of service providers and referrals, you will receive a service that is confidential, unique, varied, flexible and streamlined.
We offer a total project management service to help clients fulfil their aged care goals. We set them up successfully and safely in the environment of their choosing ensuring needs are met clinically, practically, economically and emotionally.
We introduce our clients to well researched experts across a broad range of services.
We work with our clients to establish their goals and objectives through the transition in ageing. We research the options available to them then help them map out solutions. Once agreed we implement the solutions via a network of professional service providers and advisors who we have vetted to ensure high standards are maintained at all times
Quotes from our clients
Jill (Lindfield, NSW)
Louise not only met our expectations but discussed everything with Mum and Dad in a warm, reassuring and professional manner.
Don SwanboroughSenior Aged Care Adviser / Affinity Aged Care Financial Services
We found the New Way to Stay team thorough, competent and caring in their approach and we look forward to working with their clients in future.
Sally (Manly, NSW)
I would have no hesitation in recommending New Way to Stay to anyone wanting a personable, trustworthy and professional team who will support and guide them when the time comes to help an elderly parent or loved one in a crisis.
Dawn (Mona Vale, NSW)
Empowerment to remain at home has never felt so possible.
Susan (Narrabeen, NSW)
I have lost both my parents who needed care and found this information evening tackled real issues that no other organisation has.
My work colleague who came along with me to New Way To Stay's wonderful seminar in July managed to received $10,000 towards a much-needed inclinator for her father, thanks to the information she received from your community aid expert speaker. They are both so thrilled. Thank you for putting on such an informative and empowering evening.
Lisa (Collaroy, NSW)
The help that Louise and Les offered my parents was invaluable - to them, and also to us, as a family. They took the stress out of our relationships, the time pressures from me, and a real weight was lifted from all our shoulders.
We are dedicated, compassionate and professional
Louise’s career spans more than 35 years including working in senior executive roles within the Health, Aged Care and Biotechnology sectors. This includes a decade of running her own project management consultancy which provided research and strategy to successful Global and Australian organisations.
Les has built a successful career in the financial services industry in Australia over the past 40 years. Working at the forefront of the Australian financial services industry, Les has observed the fast-growing need for better financial solutions in the aged care sector.
Gemma has a Bachelor of Communications (Journalism) from the University of Technology, Sydney, and has spent over a decade working in media, publishing and marketing. She is passionate about applying her experience as a writer and communicator to New Way To Stay's mission of empowering ageing Australians.
Jane is a Social Worker by profession with a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Sydney. She has worked in Aged Care for over 9 years and her experience crosses both the clinical and community settings. Jane was an ACAT clinical assessor in the acute care setting (AKA hospital), she has also worked as a Home Care Package manager in the community as well as completed assessments for the My Aged Care program.
News & Articles
We guide you through your aged care decisions
This article is written by Louise Mace, Managing Director of New Way to Stay, and originally published as “Helping you […]Read More ›
I first met Louise and Les from New Way To Stay over coffee and I was so impressed by their […]Read More ›
In this video, New Way To Stay Founder and Managing Director Louise Mace discusses the growing epidemic of loneliness, particularly in our ageing population.Read More ›
New Way To Stay has featured on the Ageing Fearlessly podcast again, this time to discuss Estate Planning Louise Mace, […]Read More ›