The 96-place residence, located near the Swan River just off Great Eastern Highway in Belmont, offers relaxed, riverside living for older people who need high-quality care and support.
Known affectionately as Bid to her family and friends, the 108-year-old Catholic Homes resident has seen many changes in Perth over the decades and she is astounded at the growth of the city.
Values-based aged care provider Catholic Home has this week broken ground to mark the start of construction of a new 96-bed aged care residence in Belmont.
Hotel Services Worker Robyn Gibbons of Catholic Homes’ Ocean Star residence was bestowed the Institute of Hospitality In HeathCare’s (IHHC) Brightest Star Award at its state awards ceremony held recently in Fremantle.
The advent of Voluntary Assisted Dying in Western Australia has introduced a totally new feature in the landscape of end-of-life options, and a new challenge for Catholic acute, aged and disability services.
Catholic Homes is well placed to respond to the profound changes experienced by the aged care sector in recent times through its singular approach in how the organisation cares for its people: ‘Care with Purpose’.
Is it only humans who have a soul? What about buildings, communities and organisations? These thorny questions have been the subject of much reflection for poets, playwrights, artists, theologians and philosophers for centuries and they often come up with contradictory answers.
Researchers at The University of Notre Dame have selected Catholic Homes to be part of a ground-breaking study to be undertaken by the University’s Institute for Health Research in partnership with Israel-based, MGC Pharmaceuticals.
Earlier this year, Chairman of Catholic Homes Board John Ogilvie announced Paul Andrew as the Chief Executive for the Archdiocesan aged care affiliate.