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LOUD SHIRT DAY RAISES ROOF AT BRAEMAR

From garish oversized Hawaiian shirts to gaudy patterned numbers, residents and staff at Braemar Presbyterian Care will be donning their most flamboyant outfits as part of Loud Shirt Day on Thursday 17 October. Loud Shirt Day is a fundraising campaign which supports early intervention programs run…


BRAEMAR ANNUAL REPORTS AND AUDITED ANNUAL ACCOUNTS

BRAEMAR ANNUAL REPORTS AND AUDITED ANNUAL ACCOUNTSTo the Annual General Meeting, September 2019. Click to view (PDF)


BRAEMAR BREAKS GROUND ON NEW HOMES

Braemar Challenger DevelopmentBraemar Presbyterian Care turned the first sod at a celebratory event on Thursday 12 September, to mark construction work commencing on a block of new independent living units at Challenger Place in Melville. The boutique development will provide homes for residents at…


BRAEMAR WELCOMES NEW CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

Braemar Presbyterian Care is delighted to announce the promotion of Lyn Cattell to the newly created position of Chief Operating Officer. A registered General & Mental Health Nurse by profession, Ms Cattell has held a number of senior management roles in aged care across Western Australia,…


BRAEMAR VIRTUAL TOURS A FINALIST IN PRESTIGIOUS NATIONAL AWARD

Braemar Presbyterian Care’s Virtual Tours have been selected as a finalist in the 2019 national Australian Marketing Institute Awards. The Perth not-for-profit organisation was selected as a result of its ‘virtual tour’ initiative, which enables visitors to ‘virtually walk through’ each of its…


BRAEMAR GAINS RECOGNITION FOR INDUSTRY EXCELLENCE

Braemar Presbyterian Care has been recognised for its commitment to the aged and community care sector after being awarded a high commendation in the Innovation in Service and Design category at this year's Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA) Aged Care Awards. The prestigious accolade was…


ENCHANTING FEATURES BRING THE OUTSIDE IN

Anybody entering the dementia-specific area at Braemar Village in Willagee could be forgiven for thinking they were walking into a rainforest. Depicted from floor to ceiling on the double doors are huge images of established trees and plants, dappled in sunlight. “We wanted to create a calming…


RESPITE SERVICE OFFERS CARE FOR CARERS

Braemar Presbyterian Care’s short-stay respite care services are designed to help carers in their support of relatives or loved ones, who need to take some time away in the short term. These services offer people providing every-day care to a loved one, an opportunity to rejuvenate, while offering…


PALLIATIVE CARE WEEK EVENT

Living with Dignity, Dying in Comfort An Information Evening Braemar Presbyterian Care is offering a free community event for local people who are keen to learn more about palliative care services offered at Braemar sites. The Living with Dignity, Dying in Comfort information evening will take…


COMMUNITY MINDED SENIORS TAKE TIME TO REMEMBER

More than 100 years since the end of World War I, Braemar Presbyterian Care’s Cooinda aged care home will commemorate the ANZAC heroes and other ex-servicemen and women in its midst, ahead of ANZAC Day on Thursday April 25. And staff at the facility are the first to admit that their residents are…