Respite high aged care Northern NSW

a compassionate, dynamic team...

Working across areas such as clinical/nursing, lifestyle, hospitality, allied health, maintenance and respite high aged care Northern NSW. Our hand picked qualified staff genuinely love caring and making a difference. Read more.

Respite high aged care Northern NSW.


Grescha Brewer

Grescha has been a nurse in aged care for over 25 years and in a management role for the past 15 years. She’s operated low care, high care, and dementia-specific nursing homes.

Additionally, she is a qualified naturopath, nutritionist, and remedial massage therapist. Grescha loves making a difference in the lives of those who feel vulnerable in their ageing process. She firmly believes life should be even more enjoyable as you age and has countless stories to prove it.

Beyond her professional life, Grescha is a surfing mum, perpetual home re-decorator, bee lover, baker, traveller, and tea-drinking craft lover. She is passionate about bringing joy and comfort to her residents, ensuring they live their golden years to the fullest. Her diverse interests and skills enable her to connect with residents on multiple levels, creating a warm and inclusive environment.

Respite high aged care Northern NSW.


Jo Dwyer

Jo has 20 years experience working in aged care and caring for people with dementia and she’s passionate about creating an environment where people feel at home. She knows it has such a positive affect on their health and well-being.

Jo grew up in the New Forest, in rural England, and she completed her registered nurse training at the famous St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London before travelling the world as a nurse. More recently she studied dementia care at the University of Tasmania.

Jo also has a background in nutrition and founded her own catering business in London. She strongly believes in the importance of a balanced, nutritious diet to promote good health and well-being. When she isn’t working or spending time with her family, she can be found hiking in the wilderness, camping under the stars or looking after her much-loved colony of bees.


Respite high aged care in Northern NSW provides essential temporary relief for primary caregivers, ensuring that elderly individuals receive the necessary medical care in a supportive environment. This type of care is crucial for managing chronic conditions, monitoring health changes, and administering medications accurately. It allows caregivers to take a much-needed break while ensuring their loved ones are well cared for. The importance of medical care in respite services cannot be overstated; it includes regular health assessments, emergency care, and personalised treatment plans, all of which contribute to the overall well-being and quality of life of the elderly.