A Thursday tradition at The Homestead

Every Thursday, our residents and staff from The Homestead (Walkley Heights, SA) venture down to the local bakery and coffee shop (which is also called Homestead)!

The residents often enjoy pies, pasties, toasted sandwiches, donuts, vanilla slices, coffee, tea or a South Australian favourite – Farmers Union Iced Coffee.

This tradition is a favourite amongst our residents at the aged care home, with these types of outings helping them remain connected to the local community.

A resident enjoying a pastry at The Homestead A resident enjoying a pastry and coffee at The Homestead A resident enjoying a doughnut at The Homestead

Residents enjoying a pastry at The Homestead  A resident enjoying a pastry at The Homestead

Residents enjoying a conversation at The Homestead  Residents enjoying each others company at The Homestead bakery

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