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Maggie Beer

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Was great to see the reaction to Anthony Field's interview. A fascinating person who has lessons for us all.paul@evolutionmedia.com.auon Anthony Field

FEBRUARY 22, 2015

God bless Maggie Beer. None of us think we or our loved ones will ever have to go to an aged care facility . It happens! Beautiful, intelligent people having to leave their beloved home because they can no longer physically or mentally cope in their own home. Better pay and staff ratio to resident, for age care workers is a must. Help and support for the aged still living at home and the relatives who look after them.ging200on 3 Questions To Ask Yourself To Make The World A Better Place

JULY 26, 2014

I love this Lady . Maggie you live life and inspire mecmoarton Maggie Beer: Feature interview

JULY 26, 2014

Thank you Maggie for taking this challenge on. The many elderly people for whom personal choice is diminished in a nursing home, need more advocates. It is very sad to see low quality food presented to vulnerable people. My mum has severe dementia at the tender age of 77 and for 4 and a half years now I have encouraged the nursing home to provide healthier and nutritional food to its residents. Tinned soups, salads without seasoning, tough meats, mashed potato and the disgusting purees, are not serving the residents well. They need flavour, nutrition and variety. For many of them, eating is the only pleasure left in life, and I don't see that being respected or valued. I believe each nursing home should have a dedicated chef or two and if this requires additional government funding then so be it.theona comboson 3 Questions To Ask Yourself To Make The World A Better Place

JULY 26, 2014

What a shining light Maggie Beer is. if only we all had a Maggie in our lives.helen harringtonon Maggie Beer: Feature interview

JULY 26, 2014