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Home Belong Magazine Belong: Spring 2022 | Edition 27
Many of the dedicated Carinity employees have been inspired by their own experiences with parents, grandparents and other family members.
Read David Angell's message
Volunteers offer generous support in aged care, helping to provide residents with additional opportunities for social connection, activities and even pastoral support.
Carinity Education Southside in Brisbane has become like a second home for Sandy Downes, her daughter Jasper and grandson Carson.
With similar upbringings, hobbies and interests to his clients, Nick Harris finds himself completely at home supporting Ipswich seniors.
Switching to a career in seniors care was an easy decision for Kate Baines, who found she always had a stronger connection with her older clients.
There’s a distinct, common thread that connects Carinity's aged care staff: a strong desire to give back and recognition of the value older generations offer.
Graham Harvey is the Property Manager for Carinity sites around Central Queensland, including the Carinity Shalom retirement village, where he also lives.
Carinity’s Collaborative Community Projects is supporting Outback Connect, which is aimed at building connections between isolated farmers in regional Queensland.
This idea of sharing life and caring for one another has long been at the core of God’s people.
View our previous editions of Belong to read more about Carinity and the difference we are making in the lives of those in need.
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