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2013 National LASA Conference

Over 900 delegates and leading industry heads attending the Leading Age Service 3 day National Conference held at Sydney Convention Centre in August.

Gregg Hewitt was asked to present a panel session on the innovative supported living model that bridges the gap between traditional aged care and retirement villages, as well as the groups ongoing sales success achievements in this ground breaking “Supported Living Model” all of which has the industry talking.


Retirement Villages Association NZ CEO John Collyns Visits Fairways with 68 Delegates

John Collyns, the CEO of the retirement villages association NZ with Gregg Hewitt who is the Project Manager of Fairways.

John headed a group of 68 delegates who visited fairways recently in July during their conference,
to get a more detailed understanding of the successful supported living model at Fairways.




The RVA NATIONAL CONFERENCE ‘DARE TO BE DIFFERENT’ Conference Speaker “Gregg Hewitt” Offered a Wealth of Knowledge

Gregg Hewitt a director of Supported Living Projects and Futurecare is the predominate driving force behind the development of supported living.  His impressive track record lays testament to a wealth of knowledge and experience that is hard to duplicate.





Aged Care Industry Accolades

Dedication to a bright future in Aged Care for Australians was exemplified by thanks offered to Future Care director Gregg Hewitt for his contribution to the 2012 Aged Care Queensland Service Integrated Housing Conference.

Mr Hewitt played a key role at the conference as a presenter for the Assisted Living Model segment showcasing Fairways Supported Living, one of the longest and most successful supported living communities in Australia.


Exceeding Expectations In Aged Care

In top news SLP Group Director Gregg Hewitt says providing a Supported Living Model that exceeds expectations in offering lifestyle, quality care 24/7 and the maintenance of independence is the key to addressing an ailing aged care industry.

He says it is the point of difference ageing Australians are demanding in the face of out-dated nursing homes, and retirement villages that cannot offer care and support options on demand.