Create an Instant, Vibrant Community for Your Senior Citizens
Unfortunately, most sports are simply not suitable for senior participation for seniors aged 65+. However, because it is played at hip-height, Steve Mortimer's Australian Shuffleboard is a unique sport your seniors will love. They get to experience the excitement of real sport, with unpredictable gameplay that gets them using their bodies and minds. And while the players are enjoying teamwork, spectators are kept entertained.
Everyone Can Play: Why Your Seniors Will Love Shuffleboard
Seniors just love to play and watch shuffleboard games because it is a sport they can play easily. The exciting gameplay and frictionless gliding pucks make it enthralling even when it’s not their turn on the table. This keeps the entire community having fun through a full session.
Shuffleboard Integrates with Council Strategies for Ageing
Steve Mortimer's Australian Shuffleboard is easily incorporated into existing council priorities, ageing well strategies, and budgets. This can include:
For more information on how Shuffleboard can help your council: Contact Steve Mortimer OAM on 0414 260 428
Some of the Benefits to Your Council:
This is fun and healthy seniors entertainment at a very reasonable price. It’s a complete system - not just a table. This makes it easy for you to create a vibrant seniors community. Some other benefits to councils include:
Why We KNOW the System Works for Seniors Health:
This is fun, healthy seniors entertainment at a very reasonable price. We have hundreds of Steve Mortimer's Australian Shuffleboard tables in use already and now have a complete system - proven to work, including:
“Shuffleboard is a recreational activity but also a means of socialisation, cerebral stimulation and a way for our elderly to become involved in structured activities where they can have fun and still perform competitively.
Steve Mortimer has a dream for how our elderly can remain active for many, many years beyond what most people dream. I support that dream and I commend Steve for what he is trying to do.”
Terry Madden, CEO, Bankstown City Aged Care