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Alwyndor COVID-19 Update -15 May 2022

COVID update and visitor information

Staying Active with No. 1 ticket holder, Alby Yarnton

It’s never too late to seek assistance to better your health and wellbeing. The Alwyndor Therapy and Wellness team is always here to provide the support you need.
Alby

At 95, Albert ‘Alby’ Yarnton. is an extremely active individual within his community.

Alby is a ten-pin bowling player, a valued member and three-time president of his Probus club, and a devout supporter at the hockey club.

In 2020, Alby was the first member to be presented with the ‘number one ticket holder’ badge of honour for the Adelaide Hockey Club.

He is a well-loved and respected supporter at the club and to his daughter Sue who plays for the Metro 5 women’s team. Alby can also be seen regularly handing out sour worms to the Adelaide Hockey Club Premier League players during halftime.

Off the pitch, Alby visits Alwyndor’s Therapy and Wellness services.

“At 95 years old, you sometimes need these minor adjustments,” said Alby.

At Alwyndor, we love assisting people like Alby to achieve their goals and help them continue to do the things they love within the community.

Staying healthy and active can change the way you age and help you maintain your independence and wellbeing.

It’s never too late to seek assistance to better your health and wellbeing. The Alwyndor Therapy and Wellness team is always here to provide the support you need.

Alwyndor offers a range of one-on-one therapies including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, exercise physiology, podiatry, and speech pathology services. Our therapists work with you to provide individualised services to meet your needs and help you to reach your health goals.

There is also a wide range of group wellness classes available each day at Alwyndor. From yoga to gym circuits, core fit, and Tai Chi, to chair-based exercises there are classes to suit everyone.

The classes are a great way to keep active, build strength and coordination and meet new people. Classes are led by therapists or trained allied health assistants and are designed to help you maintain your independence and wellbeing.

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