This article is written by Louise Mace, Managing Director of New Way to Stay, and originally published as “Helping you take care of Legal Affairs from the comfort of home” on Stockland Benefits Plus. It’s a common scenario. You have that sudden little jolt and momentary panic: “I really should update my Will and […]
New Way To Stay has featured on the Ageing Fearlessly podcast again, this time to discuss Estate Planning Louise Mace, Managing Director of New Way To Stay, recently appeared for the second time on Karen Sander’s Ageing Fearlessly radio program and podcast. Ageing Fearlessly is aimed at 50+ Baby Boomers and aims to educate, motivate […]
Caring for our ageing population: what it means to employers was published by HRM Online, the official news site of the Australian HR Institute. We submitted the article to HRM Online with the aim of raising awareness about the important and growing challenge of eldercare faced by employees and their employers. In the article, one […]
New Way To Stay founders Louise and Les Mace featured on Episode 38 of the Ageing Fearlessly podcast in April 2019. Ageing Fearlessly is hosted by Karen Sander, and is a podcast of the radio program of the same name. The program is for the 50+ Baby Boomers and aims to educate, motivate and inspire […]
This article, featuring New Way To Stay Managing Director Louise Mace, appeared on page 48 of Pittwater Life, January 2019 edition.
This article appeared on page 45 in the November 2018 issue of Pittwater Life magazine:
In the August edition of Maga Woman Magazine, New Way To Stay Managing Director Louise Mace told her story that inspired the founding of the business.
New Way To Stay founder Louise Mace explains how compelling statistics about our ageing population combined with personal experience inspired her to make a difference in the lives of older Australians. “Beautiful young people are accidents of nature, but beautiful old people are works of art.” These are purportedly the words of former US First […]
More and more Australians are juggling caring for children at home along with increasingly dependent elderly parents – they’re called the sandwich generation; and it’s a dilemma we can no longer afford to ignore. If you’re reading this, you might be one of the roughly 1.5 million Australians currently feeling the pressure from both sides […]
When Louise Mace’s elderly father became so ill he could not remain in his home without support, the idea of residential care was considered. But, in her heart, Mrs Mace knew her dad, John O’Connell, really wanted to stay in his Manly home. So when they discovered he did not qualify for government funding because […]
Pittwater Life, September 2017