Month: December 2017

'SELFIES' FOR ALL AGES

The smartphone revolution has made the word ‘selfie’ part of the urban dictionary. However it is usually more associated with Millennials or Gen Z’s than the Silent Generation or Baby Boomers. Not so at Braemar Presbyterian Care’s East Fremantle facility, where an embrace of technology has led to…


BRAEMAR VOLUNTEERS SET SAIL ON RECOGNITION JOURNEY

Twenty of Braemar Presbyterian Care’s longest serving volunteers were recognised for their dedication and commitment during a volunteer function aboard the cruise ship Astor at the weekend. The volunteers - who range in age from millennials to seniors in their 80s - were treated to a four course…


AGED CARE STARS GAIN RECOGNITION IN AWARDS

Above: Employee of the year Jennifer Rosso with CEO Wayne Belcher Six team members from the Braemar Presbyterian Care workforce have been acknowledged in the organisation’s annual Care and Friendship awards, which were hosted this week at the Raffles Hotel. The awards, which are based on…


UPDATED PRIVACY POLICY

We've updated our privacy policy effective 14 December 2017. To view the current privacy policy please click here.


CHRISTMAS CHEER COMES TO BRAEMAR

Christmas arrived a little early for elderly residents living at Braemar Presbyterian Care’s Cooinda home in Willagee last week, as volunteers at the not-for-profit facility took time to spread some festive cheer. One group of well-wishers included long-term volunteers Deirdre Nicholson, Sharon…