In January, Resthaven Aberfoyle Park was delighted to host a visit from ‘Animals Anonymous’, who brought with them a selection of friendly Australian animals and reptiles for residents to touch and hold.
Lifestyle Coordinator, Michelle Hobbs, says, ‘There were all sorts of reptiles, including snakes, lizards, and even a crocodile!’
‘There were also some gorgeous native parrots, which were happy to sit on residents’ arms, much to everyone’s delight.’
‘I was most impressed to see how brave everyone was in handling the snakes.’
‘The visit was very popular, and residents are still talking about it!’
‘We thank “Animals Anonymous” for their wonderful and informative visit.’
Resthaven Aberfoyle Park is just one of Resthaven’s fully accredited residential homes, which are also located at Bellevue Heights, Craigmore, Leabrook, Malvern, Marion, Mitcham, Murray Bridge, Mount Gambier, Paradise, Port Elliot and Westbourne Park.
Resthaven community services also supports older people living independently in their own homes throughout metropolitan Adelaide, the Adelaide Hills, Murraylands, Riverland, Barossa, Fleurieu Peninsula and the Limestone Coast.