Living Made Easy

Living Made Easy


Anyone on the Gold Coast or the Central coast stuck for a gift this Christmas?

Give us a call to find out about how you can gift some hours of care for your parents or ageing family member this Christmas
My beautiful boxer diesel
International Dog Day 🐶🐶🐾🐩
James P Sullivan
Lovely day at the Seniors Expo today.
Our friends at Living Made Easy have just announced their Living Made Easy Carers Award!

Anyone, at any time, can become a carer. For many, taking care of a family member with disability, an ageing parent or a terminally ill partner or child is the most important thing they will ever do.

Do you know someone in this situation? That special person who makes things happen with her/his unconditional dedication? Give them your love back by nominating them to win an amazing prize pack:

Just some of the design jobs I have started and finished in the last couple of weeks including a 16 page and a 28 page magazine, a 20 page booklet and a multi-page menu... no wonder I'm tired! And that wasn't even all of it. Time for an early Friday finish and a weekend off the computer I think. Happy weekend people!
The Design GuidesLiving Made EasyEden Health RetreatCoffee Shop GossMountain Goat Trail RunnersGet it magazineWhistlestopPorkys Smokehouse
Congratulations to the team at Living Made Easy who celebrated their opening in fine style.
Thankyou! I can confirm My grandfather Bernie has been found and taken to hospital. Thankyou to everyone and esoecially living made easy for all there support
I've just come home from a weekend away.. I cannot speak highly enough of living made easy... .. I left my husband who has dementia and normal pressure hydrocephalus.. in excellent care.... as a full time carer.. this company makes my life so much easier.. and I'm getting the opportunity to spend time with my grandchildren.. thank u to Helen and her staff...
Hi, would this system be suitable for an elderly cancer patient? She is capable of using a mobile phone - but when she is unwell, accessing/using the phone can be a challenge.

Living Made Easy is a Registered Home Care Package and NDIS service provider. We support children an

Operating as usual


Did you know? Today is National Chocolate Day. It is nothing short of a special tribute to mankind’s greatest culinary invention. (Sorry, pizza.) If your day allows it, treat yourself to a little bite. You can try chocolate with a “high cacao” percentage and low added sugar which can be equally as delicious and healthy.


Wishing you all Happy Hump Day!.


Today is International Artists Day. Living Made Easy has been lucky enough to have observed our Service User's artistic flair in recent years. Art portrays the beauty of life. It records history, revolutions, and rebellions, and sometimes is a means to escape them. This day celebrates all forms of art — paintings, sculpture, photography, architecture, music, and more. If you are feeling artistic today, we would love it if you would share them with us.


Healthy Lung Month is the entire month of October so, take a deep breath and enjoy! Many organizations have joined forces to educate the public about the importance of protecting our lungs against general neglect, bronchitis, mold, air pollution, and smoking. Bottom line: if we take care of our lungs, our lungs will take care of us.


National Check Your Meds Day!
Sponsored by the National Community Pharmacists Association, this day prompts consumers to bring their prescriptions to their local pharmacists for review. Pharmacists can remove any prescriptions that have expired, update prescriptions as necessary, and answer consumer questions.

Christmas Concerts - NSW Seniors Festival 20/10/2022

Christmas Concerts - NSW Seniors Festival

Anyone already set for Christmas?!

Christmas Concerts - NSW Seniors Festival Get ready for a great Australian line-up and warm Christmas cheer. Let's celebrate your contribution as a senior in NSW with this music extravaganza. Attend in person or watch online.


World Osteoporosis Day is observed every year on October 20th. The day is dedicated to raising awareness of the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a disease in which the density and strength of the bone are reduced and affects over 200 million people in the world.

Have you had your checks?


Beautiful story of love and care

“I’ve been caring for Alice for 12 years and I don’t regret a moment of it”

Uncle David cares for his partner Aunty Alice who lives with dementia and is a client of Dementia Australia’s palliative care Nightingale program. As you might sense, Uncle David’s love and devotion to caring for Aunty Alice is unrelenting.

Uncle David and Aunty Alice will share their story in an upcoming film-led campaign on palliative care in Australia called Live the life you please.

Dementia Australia is a sponsor of the campaign which will feature Dementia Australia clients and other everyday Australians who will share their stories.

The documentary is expected for release in May 2023 so keep an eye out for more information and teasers.

We are proud to share this video with you during National Carers Week. Uncle David is one of almost 1.6 million Australians who care for someone living with dementia. We thank Uncle David and every other carer for their commitment and devotion.


Kim and Angela had a great day visiting Margaret Olley Art Gallery in Murbah. Kim really loved this specific painting and requested a pic with us in it. She had a lovely day out and thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful art work, especially the ones that had flowers in them.


While some believe heart disease is an issue experienced mainly by men, Australian women are actually more likely to die from heart disease (the leading cause of heart attacks) than breast cancer. 💔

For many women or those assigned female at birth, heart attack symptoms will differ from men. Often, they're also subtle, vague and hard to detect.

Burning, tightness or pain in the chest is a common sign that you shouldn't ignore. But only half of women who have a heart attack report feeling it.

That's why it's crucial to learn all the symptoms experienced and seek help if you're concerned.

A healthy heart is your best protection against heart disease and heart attacks.

You can reduce your risk if you:
❣️ know the risk factors for heart disease in women
👨‍⚕️👩‍⚕️ talk to your doctor about 'cardiovascular screening'
🏃‍♂️exercise regularly — aiming for 30 minutes daily of moderate to intense activity
🧘‍♀️ find ways to reduce your stress — slow breathing, meditation, yoga and exercise to name a few
🥦 maintain a healthy, balanced diet that's high in fibre and low in saturated fat and sugar
⤵️🍹reduce your alcohol consumption
🚭 quit smoking.

ℹ️ Source:
Queensland Health (2021). Stroke and heart attack symptoms can differ in men and women
Health Direct (2021). Heart attack symptoms - men vs women
Heart Foundation (2021). Risk factors for women
Australian Government (2022). Deaths in Australia, Leading causes of death

Timeline photos 08/10/2022

Timeline photos

In recognition of Down Syndrome Awareness Month, we are sharing the story of Bill and his brother-in-law Kyran.

The dynamic duo have become TikTok sensations - showing the world the true meaning of friendship by creating videos about their unique bond.

With almost a million followers on their TikTok "The Brother Boys" account, their videos featuring dance moves, humour and messages about embracing diversity.

Tap to check out their videos on TikTok 👉

Tap to read more about their special friendship 👉

Social Futures


If you are located in the central coast region and in need of support please reach out to kariong neighbourhood centre


Our Food Relief Program is on today, and runs every Wednesday 1:30-2:30pm. All those in our community who are struggling to make ends meet or who are in special need of assistance with weekly groceries are welcome. We have available limited fresh fruit, vegetables, canned and packaged goods, frozen meat and dairy.

For a $5 donation you can fill two shopping bags (Please note, the donation goes back to our Centre, to help assist with our other programs & services that support our local community).
Need more info? Phone us on ph: 4340 1724 or email: [email protected]


First day in the office and Bella has already charmed herself to the top (aka got in trouble for chewing in a meeting)

What naughty things have your pets been up to today?


Welcome to our newest recruit! Bella came and visited us today in the office. First job, learn to answer the phones!


Kurt Fearnley announced as new chair of the NDIA

Photos from Living Made Easy's post 19/09/2022

More fun out and about! So nice that the weather is warming up and we can enjoy all the action in our local community!


Enjoying the sunshine today with my lovely client Margarita. The beautiful aroma of the Jasmine on her porch is extra special to Margarita as she lives with a visual impairement

Timeline photos 09/09/2022

Timeline photos

We're continuing our celebration of Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week (SCIAW)!

We're profiling people who are doing awesome things to make our community a much richer place starting with artist, Cobie Ann Moore

Cobie is an Artist and Designer living and working in Sydney. She studied Design and Art Education at UNSW Art & Design graduating in 2015 with Honours.

As a visual artist, Cobie works in a variety of mediums including sculpture, drawing, painting and video. Two prominent themes she often explores are beauty and suffering. Much of her work seeks to explore the delicate balance between these two concepts.

"My accident didn't change who I am it just changed the way I do things. Drawing, painting and designing is what I love and is what makes me who I am. When people view my art I hope they see beyond my disability and respect me as a professional artist."

In the arts sector, when it comes to professional practice, arts practitioners with disability are under-represented. They earn less, experience higher unemployment and get far less professional support compared to artists without disability.

Photos from Dementia Australia's post 09/09/2022

Photos from Dementia Australia's post


Congratulations to our Area Manager Belinda and our HR and Training Coordinator Josie for receiving your 'we think outside the box' pins.

Our pins are given out to staff who demonstrate our 'How we work together principles' through the work they do.

Belinda worked extensively on a project a few months ago which has helped us to implement 1 hour services where possible whilst still providing the 2 hour minimum SCHADs award requirements. Not only doing the right thing for staff but also for our service users.

Josie took great initiative in accessing training for our staff both ensuring we have skilled staff but also offering progression and development opportunities for our valued employees.


RIP Queen Elizabeth


Applying your sunscreen before you leave your house is great. 👍
Re-applying every 2 hours is even better! 👏

Sunscreen can be easily wiped off or lost through sweating. You should re-apply sooner than 2 hours, if you've been sweating or swimming. 🏊‍♂️

Sunscreen is not a suit of armour. Always remember to:
👚 Slip on a shirt
👒 Slap on a broad-brimmed hat
🌳 Seek shade
🕶️ Slide on some sunglasses.

ℹ️ Source:
Cancer org. About sunscreen.


Some more beautiful pictures of our support workers and clients as we live out one of our how we work together principles ít may be work but lets have fun!


Happy Fathers Day

Timeline photos 02/09/2022

Timeline photos

With Father’s Day approaching this Sunday, we are sharing these Key Word Signs from Key Word Sign Australia 😊

Wishing dads and father figures a very special weekend for Father’s Day!


Photos from Living Made Easy's post 31/08/2022

Another birthday celebration for Kristie Lee The big 40!! Happy Birthday from your team at LME!!

Photos from Living Made Easy's post 31/08/2022

Happy Birthday Kim! Kim said she has never celebrated her birthday.

Thanks to Support Worker Tracey and Service Coordinator Libby for ensuring that Kim had a great day.


What are you doing today to make it great?


We're in safe hands here at LME with these super hero's protecting us!


Writing in a journal might sound like something a teenager would do... 💘 But, did you know, it's actually a powerful mental health tool?

Journaling can help anyone at any age. All you need is a pen, paper and some time. 📝

Here are some prompts to get you started:
✍️ What are you grateful for today?
✍️ What challenges are you dealing with in your life right now?
✍️ What are your goals for the next week?
✍️ What was the best and worst day of your life?
✍️ What childhood memory had a big impact on you?
✍️ What would you do tomorrow if you had no obligations or restraints?
✍️ Where would you like to be in 5 years?

To help you stick to journaling, consider adding an event to your calendar each day.

If your daily stresses are affecting you more than normal, speak to your doctor or trusted medical professional. You can also call 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84) for 24/7 free health advice.

Journaling is a great low-risk approach to dealing with stress and emotions. So, let it out and put it in the book.

ℹ️ Source
Psych Central (2022). The mental health benefits of journaling (medically reviewed by Dr. Cheryl Crumpler).
Headspace. How to start a journal.

Twice daily walks and the occasional glass of champagne: A 110-year-old's secrets to a long life 28/08/2022

Twice daily walks and the occasional glass of champagne: A 110-year-old's secrets to a long life

Happy 110th Birthday!

Twice daily walks and the occasional glass of champagne: A 110-year-old's secrets to a long life Catherina van der Linden celebrates her 110th birthday today, making her one of the oldest living Australians.





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One of our Support Workers Mel, dropping into the office to surprise Julie with some flowers in appreciation for all she does.
We are A team.
Thank you Mel and Julie for all you both do!!


Here's a picture of Lisa enjoying one of her favourite activities!

Timeline photos 13/08/2022

Timeline photos

It's not always easy to find the right words when someone is struggling.

You might be worried you'll say the wrong thing.

Don't underestimate the power of simply being there and listening to them. It might be just what they need to help them through.

Find more conversation tips at

Illustration via bethevans

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6/10 William Street
Gosford, NSW

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 4pm
Tuesday 8am - 4pm
Wednesday 8am - 4pm
Thursday 8am - 4pm
Friday 8am - 4pm

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