Meet Heather

Meet Heather, Regis Cranbourne resident and active member of our Facebook community. Heather moved into our Cranbourne home in October 2013 so that she could be around more people and enjoy being part of a community. Having been a little bit nervous before moving in and not knowing anyone, Heather soon settled in to her new home and made plenty of friends. Heather told us that “Regis Cranbourne is nice and big with plenty of room to move around and I love to mix with the residents and staff and being involved in the lifestyle activities.”

Are you thinking of making the move into Aged Care? Heather has given some advice to help you in your transition.

“Take your time, don’t rush and people will come and talk to you and you will build friendships.”

  1. What is your favourite part of the day?

I love the afternoon. I find it more relaxing and get the chance to do my knitting and read a good novel from the local library here at Cranbourne.

  1. What are your favourite lifestyle activities at Regis Cranbourne?

I really enjoy Hooky, bingo and colouring in /Arts & Craft. I love getting creative in the home!

  1. What footy team do you support?

I support Collingwood.

  1. We hear you’re a keen knitter – are you making anything special right now?

My current project is knitting jumpers – as you can imagine they’re keeping me extremely busy.

  1. What’s your favourite game on your iPad?

I’m a huge fan of card games such as Solitaire, but also enjoy puzzle and matching games – Puzzle Heart, Word Free Time and Pyramid are three of my favourites.

  1. We see that you are one of our ‘top fans’ on Facebook, what do you like about our content?

I like to read about people’s lives, what they have done and what they are achieving. It’s lovely to see what people are doing in other Regis homes.

  1. Are there any other Facebook pages you love?

I enjoy looking at food pages, Australian Food, reading articles about history and people’s lives and staying connected on Messenger with friends!

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