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MARCH 6 th – Day out while the home is sprayed 7 th – Solar system craft 8 th – Library 13 th – St Columba's morning tea and church service 15 th – History of St Patrick 16 th – Van drive 19 th – Darts 20 th – Communion with David Day 21 st – Balloon activities 22 nd – Suzie and Chester the visiting dogs 27 th – Men's day out 29th - Singalong An Irish theme will be spread over the month. Easter will be incorporated into the proggramme Van ride for a scenic drive every Friday.
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A Will is a document that needs to be reviewed regularly as personal circumstances change. There are, however, certain events which make it absolutely essential to update a Will. For example, a Will is automatically revoked if a person marries or enters into a civil union unless the Will was made in contemplation of that marriage or civil union. Likewise, if a marriage or civil...
Talking with older people about such issues can be difficult. Some older people are fearful about becoming dependant on others and may therefore deny what really is going on and in some instances become angry and defensive. They may also blame themselves for their circumstances or feel that you are trying to take control of their life. And some people are happy to live the way they are. Helpful ti...