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First residents feel the love at Safe Haven

The founder of Safe Haven, Nola Petersen, said a 73-year-old man and 70-year-old woman are the facility’s first residents.

The Safe Haven Age Care facility in Promosa achieved a milestone with the intake of its first full-time residents in April.

The founder of Safe Haven, Nola Petersen, said a 73-year-old man and 70-year-old woman are the facility’s first residents.

“It is fantastic that we can pro- vide a caring environment for them. Both residents currently receive 24-hour care.
“We have a full-time cook, cleaner and registered nurse at the facility to take care of their needs,” stated Petersen, who officially opened the facility in March this year.

According to her, the feedback from the residents’ families has been overwhelmingly positive.
“They are delighted with the care their loved ones have received.
“The families also help with visits to clinics as we do not have transportation yet.
“The families visit regularly, too,” added Petersen.
Petersen expects more intakes in May as the word continues to spread about her heart for the aged in the community.

“We are getting quite a lot of enquiries.
“We expect a third permanent resident this month.”
For more information, contact Nola Petersen on 072 343 6603.

Nola Petersen, founder of Safe Haven Age Care Facility in Promosa.

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