Business Woman Of The Year Retiree Lunch

Business Woman Of The Year Retiree Lunch
Sunshine Coast Retiree Women's Group of Baby Boomer aged Women who are semi retired, transitioning to retirement and retired, are excited to have Natasha Chadwick Telstra Australian and Queensland Business Woman of the Year 2019 to speak at our next monthly lunch.
Natasha's innovation offers new choices away from traditional aged care homes with long hospital like corridors and her concept is of high interest to many Baby Boomer women who do not want the traditional aged care homes that they are having to place their elderly parents in.
Founder and CEO NewDirection Care A pioneer in the Australian Aged Care industry, Natasha is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of NewDirection Care, an innovative privately-owned organisation which has created the world's first inclusive microtown™ Aged Care community. A first in Australia, Natasha’s bold new direction had a significant and positive impact on the lives of residents as well as their families.

Natasha Chadwick is on a mission to disrupt the way aged care services are provided in Australia, an industry that has operated in the same way for decades. Her entry into the aged care industry stemmed from her background in financial management. She worked as the National Executive Officer for the National Association of Nursing Homes and Private Hospitals.

The success of the small-scale model in Tasmania led to Natasha pioneering the development of NewDirection Care’s microtown™ at Bellmere, located between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.

NewDirection Care is a residential community for the elderly and for those living with younger onset dementia and complex care needs. Natasha Is also a Board member of LASA, the national peak body representing and supporting providers of age services across residential care, home care and retirement living. Natasha played a pivotal role in reforming Federal Government policy, providing advice around the provision of quality care, which was implemented in the Aged Care Act 1997.As the founder of Innovative Business Improvement Systems Pty Ltd (IBIS) and later Director and CEO of IBIS Care Holdings Pty Ltd, Natasha led the development of alternative models of aged care facilities and retirement villages.

From 2006 to 2011 she spearheaded the growth of IBIS Care Holdings to six operating aged care centres, one retirement village and two centres that were under development.Natasha is currently a committee member of Leading Aged Services Australia (NSW/ACT) and a past Board Member. She was a member of the Ministerial Dementia Forum Working Group and the ACFA Advisory Group.
Sunshine Coast Retiree Women is a closed FB group with over 350 members attending monthly lunches, morning teas and seminars. The group and activities is for women who are Baby Boomer age, still working but transitioning to retirement - semi retied AND ALSO retired.
Monday at 11.00am 24-Jun-2019
Waterfront Hotel
2/46 David Low Way
Sunshine Coast Retiree Women  
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