New Way to Stay

Advice and Advocacy for Older Australians

New Way to Stay helps people remain in their homes as they age.

We create personalised plans that navigate the complex aged care system. This includes providing direct access to our partner network which covers a whole spectrum of services, including Home Care, Financial Advice, Legal, Home Safety, Medical, and more.

On our client’s direction, we prepare a thorough report specifically tailored to each individual case. The report is explained in-person and includes risks, advantages and recommendations. Once a plan is chosen, we stay and manage the process. Our clients maintain a solid position for achieving their goals and living in the place of their choice.

We are Aged Care Consultants and Advocates for:

• Stay-at-home care
• Clinical services
• Legal services
• Financial services
• Home modification design and build
• Specialist equipment aged care
• Government assistance
• Residential Care placements
• Decluttering and more…

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.

Client Focused

We introduce our clients to well researched experts across a broad range of services.

We work with our referral partners and clients alike to ensure our clients’ needs are met clinically, practically, economically and emotionally.

We work strictly on a case-by-case basis which stems from a professionally created tailored plan focused entirely on helping our clients achieve their goals, simply, realistically and transparently.

 

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 Swanborough

Senior 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.

Tracey

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.

 

 

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Our Team

We are dedicated, compassionate and professional

Louise Mace – Founder and Managing Director

Louise Mace – Founder and Managing Director

Louise has 30 years’ experience working in senior management roles in the Australian and New Zealand health and aged care industries. She has also successfully run her own project management consultancy business in health and aged care.

Les Mace - Director

Les Mace - Director

Les has built a successful career in the financial services industry both in Australia and internationally over the past 40 years, and until recently was the Chief Executive Officer of a large Australian financial services licensee. Les has now joined New Way To Stay on a full-time basis.

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News & Articles

We guide you through your aged care decisions

"Boost to home care services is welcomed" (Pittwater Life, Jan 2019)

This article, featuring New Way To Stay Managing Director Louise Mace, appeared on page 48 of Pittwater Life, January 2019 edition.

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"Ageing Well At Home - That Sounds Like A Plan!" (Pittwater Life, Nov 2018)

This article appeared on page 45 in the November 2018 issue of Pittwater Life magazine:

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'A Daughter's Hat' - Maga Woman Magazine (August 2018)

In the August edition of Maga Woman Magazine, New Way To Stay Managing Director Louise Mace told her story that […]

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Event photos: Empowerment in Ageing, July 2018

Our second Empowerment in Ageing event in Manly on Thursday, 25 July, was a resounding success. Thank you to all […]

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6 days ago

New Way To Stay

If you haven’t yet read our very own local authors first book . See www.amazon.co.uk/Single-Ladies-Jacaranda-Retirement-Village-ebook/dp/B079RKHC4H.

I thoroughly recommend it as the perfect lead into Joanna Nell’s next book.

About the Author
Joanna Nell was born in the Midlands and graduated from Oxford University with a medical degree in 1991.
In 2003 she moved to Australia where she now works as a GP with a passion for women's health and care of the elderly.
Joanna writes character-driven stories of self-discovery for women of a certain age, creating young-at-heart characters who break the rules and defy society's expectations.
She lives on Sydney's Northern Beaches with her husband and two children.So this is my news... I’m beyond excited to reveal the first proof of The Last Voyage of Mrs Henry Parker (publication date 24th September 2019). Like the birth of a second child, the awe and wonder and love are no less this time around. ‘A missing husband, A failing memory, An unforgettable love story’ I’m equally excited to tell you that a few weeks ago, thanks to my agent extraordinaire Haylee Nash, I signed a new contract with Hachette for two more books, due in 2020 and 2021. Hachette Australia Books #Thelastvoyageofmrshenryparker
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If you haven’t yet read our very own local authors first book . See https://www.amazon.co.uk/Single-Ladies-Jacaranda-Retirement-Village-ebook/dp/B079RKHC4H. 

I thoroughly recommend it as the perfect lead into Joanna Nell’s next book. 

About the Author
Joanna Nell was born in the Midlands and graduated from Oxford University with a medical degree in 1991. 
In 2003 she moved to Australia where she now works as a GP with a passion for womens health and care of the elderly.
Joanna writes character-driven stories of self-discovery for women of a certain age, creating young-at-heart characters who break the rules and defy societys expectations. 
She lives on Sydneys Northern Beaches with her husband and two children.

6 days ago

New Way To Stay

Well done Sue Heins for your support and involvement with this wonderful initiative . Such an important topic and worthwhile event to attend.We are privileged to host Councillor Heins, Deputy Mayor for the Northern Beaches Council at our Understanding Dementia Forum. Places are limited, register here: https://sydneynorthhealthnetwork.org.au/education-event/understanding-dementia/t ... See MoreSee Less

Well done Sue Heins for your support and involvement with this wonderful initiative .  Such an important topic and worthwhile event to attend.

A personalised & streamlined service

  • A fully personalised in-home aged care package offering the highest standards of care
  • The right financial solution to fund your aged care and satisfy your financial goals
  • Access to legal solutions and estate planning
  • The best service providers to modify your home to suit immobility issues
  • A reliable source of the  best health care products and equipment direct to your home

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