Wyatt Roy to sit down for cuppa with Tall Trees seniors
Seniors at Tall Trees Caboolture will get a chance to talk face-to-face with Member for Longman Wyatt Roy on Tuesday next week, with the MP joining residents at the supported living neighbourhood for a special morning tea.
Part of the new guard of accommodation for seniors, Tall Trees provides customised care services for their residents whilst offering an environment that’s more like a resort than an aged care facility.
Sharon Brown, networking co-coordinator at Tall Trees Caboolture, says staff and residents at the neighbourhood are thrilled about the opportunity to meet the MP.
“Mr Roy’s been very active in the local community, and we’re really pleased that he’s chosen to come here to see the service we provide and talk with our residents about matters close to them,” Ms Brown says.
“At Tall Trees, we’re always working to ensure that seniors have a voice in the community, and this is a fantastic way for them to be able to voice their opinions.
“Our residents and staff are all looking forward to meeting Mr Roy.”
Mr Roy won the seat of Longman in the 2010 federal election, displacing Labor’s Jon Sullivan and achieving a swing of 3.79 percent.