Month: October 2017

REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION - JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE ON END OF LIFE CHOICES

This is a brief report with some recommendations. Established in 1952, Braemar Presbyterian Care (“Braemar”) has been offering aged care in Western Australia for 65 years. As a values based organisation, and a ministry of the Presbyterian Church in Western Australia, Braemar focuses on relationship…


COMMUNITY INVITED TO HAVE ITS SAY AS BRAEMAR PLANS TO REGENERATE BICTON

Braemar in Bicton Community Open Day Braemar Presbyterian Care is hosting a community open day at its property in Bicton on Saturday 4 November. Planned Regeneration The open day will inform the community of the planned revitalisation of the Bicton site, as well as offer an opportunity for…


FLOWERS MAKE WAY FINDING BEAUTIFUL AT BRAEMAR

There’s a new look at Braemar Cooinda thanks to a partnership between the Melville based facility and the local high school. Residents of the multi-storey Braemar facility joined forces with six school students to design and paint colourful murals on the entrances of each floor; with the aim of…


RESIDENTS MEET RESIDENTS AT BRAEMAR AGED CARE

Braemar House in East Fremantle has a specialist care service (called Lee House) for residents with high level dementia care needs. A team of residents and staff at Lee House have recently undertaken a project aimed at building stronger relationships throughout the facility. The project is called…


DOCTOR MAKES FLYING VISIT

The Royal Flying Doctor Service made a series of visits to Braemar Presbyterian Care last week as part of Braemar’s ongoing resident enrichment programme. Presentations by the Flying Doctor’s Michelle Grant saw Braemar residents educated about the long history of the service, which brings vital…