Welcome back to Wellness!
Maintaining your physiotherapy treatments can help to improve joint stiffness and pain as well as aid recovery from and prevention of an illness or injury.
ECH Physiotherapist Darren talks about the precautions ECH has put in place to deal with COVID-19 at ECH Wellness Centres.
Meet ECH Maintenance Coordinator John
Do you live in an ECH village and need some maintenance to your unit? John talks about the best way for ECH residents to let us know when they need some maintenance work done.
If you are an ECH retirement village resident wishing to lodge a Maintenance Request or book a service, please call 8159 4700.
As part of Nursing in the Community Week today’s theme is good endings. At ECH our wholistic community care approach involves Nurses, General Practitioners, Allied Health staff, Care Coordinators and Home Support Team Members all working together to achieve the best for our clients. ECH client Mr...
This asparagus and leek tart makes for a quick and easy dinner or brunch recipe and it’s packed with seasonal spring produce!
With the warmer weather arriving, there’s no better time to start getting out and about and enjoying Spring. Here’s a few ideas to get you started.
It used to be that an apple a day kept the doctor away, but according to ECH General Practitioner Carolyn Harris, it’s actually moving every day that is likely to help prevent major health issues.
We are delighted to be welcoming you to a great range of ECH bus trips throughout Spring!
An accident or illness can be difficult to recover from without the right support. ECH offers Short-Term Restorative Care (STRC) and Transitional Care Packages (TCP) to help you return to independence. STRC is an eight-week restorative-based program that focuses on short term rehabilitation. TCPs...
Spring is the perfect time to plant and prepare your garden for summer.
Meet ECH Dietitian Deepti
ECH Dietitian Deepti, explains why it’s important for people to return to Wellness in order to stay in the best health throughout the winter months.
Deepti also talks about what precautions we’ve put in place to deal with COVID-19.
Meet Dean ECH Horticultural Therapist
With the weather starting to warm up, spring is a great time to start some gardening projects around the home.
ECH Horticultural Therapist Dean talks how you can use everyday items from around your house, such as soft drink bottles, or plastic containers to propagate some of your favourite plants.
Keep Connected Magazine
The ECH Keep Connected magazine has been put together to help clients, residents and volunteers stay connected to ECH and the broader community as we continue to deal with the impact of COVID-19. The magazine is packed full of useful information and advice on how people can stay connected, hygiene advice from SA Health, exercise and nutrition tips plus activities to do whilst you’re home and much more!