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WE ARE CURRENTLY RELOCATING AND WILL RE-OPEN SOON

Dear Valued Active Age Members and Clients

It has been a very busy last couple of months since Active Age launched its Health and Wellness Centre in Caringbah.  The team at Active Age has done an excellent job in opening and running the centre.

You may or may be aware that over the last 12 months the Department of Health has significantly cut funding to aged care providers, which in turn has had a direct impact on profitability.  Because of this, Thomas Holt’s Board has made the very difficult decision to close the existing Active Age location in Caringbah.  Thomas Holt was always going to offer Active Age as an affordable and holistic health and wellness centre.  Unfortunately, the funding cuts have impacted on our ability to continue to offer the value pricing that you have experienced.

Although the centre in Caringbah will be closing on 27th April 2018, Active Age itself will not disappear.  We are about to open our new Flametree Aged Care facility in Kirrawee and will offer a scaled down operation for your continued use.  Once this is operational, we will advise you of the details.

I want to thank you for your support and patronage in Active Age and hope to see you at our new operation.

Kind Regards,
Wayne Snelson
Director of Client Services
Thomas Holt

Active Age – A Thomas Holt Service

Opening Hours

COMING SOON

LOCATION

Thomas Holt,
1-25 Acacia Road, Kirrawee

CONTACT ACTIVE AGE

(02) 9525 3000

info@activeage.com.au

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