Nageena Maskinyar was a student under the Job Ready program, where she undertook the taster program at Centacare Employment and Training.
One new resident at the popular Claremont aged care home, Mercy Place Mont Clare, is 75-year-old Charmaine Brown, who started life in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia back in 1947, after her father – a tropical disease pathologist working for the World Health Organisation – was transferred from British Borneo after World War II.
Hamersley resident Alan Williams and Kingsley local George Wakelin visit Mercy Place Edgewater every Thursday where they socialise with residents, accompany them on walks in the garden and help with various activities, including morning exercises.
Clare Grieveson is the new CEO at Southern Cross Care (WA), a major provider of health, care and accommodation needs for the ageing and those living with disability and mental illness in Western Australia.
Mercy Place Mont Clare resident Norman Walker will be one of many to remember those who were involved in the war effort at a commemorative ceremony at the not-for-profit home this ANZAC Day.
Aged care provider Southern Cross Care won the category for Community Organisation Not for Profit for their work in providing care to the 51 residents, and in judges comments for “treating their residents like family.”
Catholic Health Australia (CHA) will pay tribute to the 80,000 hospital and aged care workers across its member network for their extraordinary efforts during the COVID-19 crisis with a series of new films.