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WAYNE BELCHER'S 2018 CHRISTMAS GREETING

Wayne’s 2018 Christmas Message Many years ago, I spent one Christmas time away from family and stayed with friends in the Great Southern area of Western Australia. Their father had died when they were both quite young. As boys, these brothers became the men in the family and over time built…


SKILLED PROPERTY PROFESSIONAL JOINS BRAEMAR

Caley Burke is the new Maintenance Operations Supervisor at Braemar Presbyterian Care. Ms Burke has over 10 years’ experience working in various roles in the construction industry, in addition to experience in aged care and the not-for-profit and disability sectors more broadly. Most recently, she…


BRAEMAR CELEBRATES AGED CARE WORKFORCE WITH ANNUAL AWARDS

Over a dozen team members from the Braemar Presbyterian Care workforce have been acknowledged in the organisation’s annual Care and Friendship awards this week. The awards, which are based on nominations from residents and families throughout Braemar’s facilities in Perth’s southern suburbs,…


BRAEMAR PUSHES OUT THE BOAT TO THANK VOLUNTEERS

Braemar Presbyterian Care’s longest serving volunteers were recognised for their dedication and commitment during a volunteer function aboard the 1606 Replica Ship the Duyfken during International Volunteer Day on Wednesday 5 December. Braemar’s volunteers – who range in age from millennials…


VOLUNTEERS SPREAD CHRISTMAS JOY

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…


BRAEMAR CEO PUTS ON CHEFS HAT AS BIG BETHANIE BAKE OFF FINALIST

Braemar Presbyterian Care’s Chief Executive, Wayne Belcher OAM, has become a finalist in the 2018 Big Bethanie Bake Off, after impressing judges with his crêpe making prowess. Mr Belcher explains his flair for making crêpes originated several years ago, when he was a pastor at Lake Joondalup…


VOLUNTEER WITH A HEART OF GOLD

VOLUNTEER WITH A HEART OF GOLD Kirsten Alpers is the first to admit that volunteering is one of the best ways to find a job you love. The Willagee resident spent 18 months volunteering each week at Braemar Cooinda in Willagee, where she assisted with social activities in addition to running the…


BRAEMAR TAKES OUT PRESTIGIOUS NATIONAL AWARD

Braemar Presbyterian Care has been awarded the Small Budget Marketing accolade in the 2018 Awards for Marketing Excellence, which were announced in Sydney on Wednesday 10 October as part of the Australian Marketing Institute Awards. The Perth not-for-profit organisation received the award as a…


THANK YOU FOR WORKING IN AGED CARE

Braemar Presbyterian Care is taking part in the first annual recognition day for individuals who work in aged care this week. Wednesday 12 September is Thank You for Working in Aged Care Day, an initiative designed to celebrate those who work in aged care services, from frontline care staff through…


INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR BRAEMAR

Braemar Presbyterian Care is proud to have been recognised as an Honourable Mention in the Ragan International Healthcare PR & Marketing Awards. The organisation has been singled out for its work to connect seniors with vital Aged Care services in Perth’s southern suburb of Willagee. Braemar’s…