A New Way to Stay in Control of Life

A New Way to Stay in Control of Life   by Louise Mace “It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change” Charles Darwin The only thing that we can guarantee as a constant, besides, death and taxes, is change.  It is what has shaped civilisations […]

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The Power of Advocacy – a real life story.

This is a real-life and recent account of advocacy in action and the empowerment vulnerable people can achieve by having professional people in their corner.   A family received a call from a nursing home advising them that there had been an incident between two residents which resulted in both of them lying on the […]

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Should I seek financial advice?

Should I seek financial advice? – by Les Mace Investment markets have recently taken a severe hit due to the coronavirus pandemic sweeping across the world. While this is a concern and many have seen their savings and investments diminish the good news is we have seen such situations several times over the past 120 […]

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Is our aged care crisis breeding greater gender inequality?

The following article was written by Louise Mace and was published on March 3rd 2021 by The Women’s Agenda in lead up to International Women’s Day.  https://womensagenda.com.au/latest/is-our-aged-care-crisis-breading Is our aged care crisis breeding greater gender inequality? As International Women’s Day draws closer on March 8th, and with the final report on the Royal Commission into Aged […]

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Making a Will in times of social isolation

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 […]

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The art of ageing

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 […]

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Rising to the challenge: caring for the sandwich generation

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 […]

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