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.

RVA Statement Conference, Gregg Hewitt Presents at the Queensland State Conference ‘Ahead of the Game, Developing in the Downturn Market’

Gregg is a partner in Supported Living Projects which operates two of the most successful supported living communities in Australia with a wealth of knowledge in the retirement village industry and is one of the driving forces behind the evolution and development of the successful and innovative supportive living models.










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Aged Care Queensland Conference on the Gold Coast – FAIRWAYS RECEIVES ACCOLADES

In recognising its success, Fairways Supported Living received outstanding recognition at the Gold Coast 2012 Service Integrated Housing conference for the second year in a row.

The Tweed Heads supported Living community proves to be a leader in the ongoing development of alternative aged care communities for all Australians.

Gregg Hewitt, the project manager of Fairways was honoured to be invited to present the Fairways success story. Gregg explained what sets Fairways apart as the best supportive living community in Australia today.

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