Liven up your resident's routine with Foxtel

By John Connole
Friday, 14 September, 2012

If you’re looking for a better way to make sure the people in your village or home stay involved, entertained and engaged, it’s time to consider the benefits that FOXTEL can offer.

FOXTEL will keep your residents in the loop
When your residents have access to FOXTEL, they’ll feel more connected with the outside world. With national news 24 hours a day from every state, as well as international news from the world’s most trusted sources, they’ll never miss a story. Sports lovers will also stay close to the action as they get together in front of FOX SPORTS for unparalleled live coverage.

And whatever their special interests were before they moved to your home, through FOXTEL’s specialist program range from channels such as LifeStyle FOOD and Sky Racing, they can keep connected with their hobbies. So they can still feel involved with the things they loved to do.

FOXTEL delivers your residents their favourite shows
FOXTEL gives your residents the freedom to watch what they want, when they want. So their favourite movies, comedies and series, the ones they’ve lived their lives with and are so much a part of their memories, are there for them. The familiarity with some of our classic movies on TCM will do more than just bring back memories; it’ll give them a reason to socialise and spark conversations with other residents.

They could also have access to STVDIO, Universal Channel, National Geographic Channel, UKTV, Bio. and many more. Which means that whatever they love to watch, there’ll be a channel, and program, to suit. Some of the great channels include:

The LifeStyle Channel
From the best in property and garden to the latest in food and leisure and never before seen real life stories.

FOX Classics
Timeless films from The Golden Years of Hollywood, Classic movies from the 60s, 70s and 80s and iconic TV series.

The History Channel
Critically acclaimed documentaries that will take you back to the events that shaped our world.

FOXTEL will provide entertainment, all day and right through the night
You would know more than most that the older some people become, the less they need to sleep. Rather than your residents waking in the middle of the night and being unable to get back to sleep, offering FOXTEL in rooms will keep them occupied with a diverse range of programming choices available any time of the day or night.

FOXTEL in rooms will also entertain those residents who are physically unable to visit the common area. Whatever time they want to watch, there is always something on to entertain.

FOXTEL packages
are made to suit From a starting package of eight channels, your FOXTEL service can be built according to your residents’ tastes and needs, for individual rooms as well as for common areas. And it can be tailored to meet your budget. The end result is one of the most powerful, yet affordable tools you can offer to help keep your residents connected with each other and the outside world.

So if your residents are telling you it’s time to get FOXTEL, contact us to find out more or arrange a free* installation assessment. We will organise for one of our representatives to visit your village or home and make an assessment of your requirements. From there, we’ll tailor a plan that best suits the needs of your residents and your business.


*Offer open to all healthcare services with no obligation to buy. Open to new and existing customers. Available in metropolitan areas only. FOXTEL is not available in some areas or buildings. FOXTEL marks are used under licence by FOXTEL Management Pty Limited.

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