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When Alice and her children moved to Townsville for a fresh start they found a sense of belonging – and a new extended ‘family’ – at Carinity Education Shalom.
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Carinity Home Care provides Stephanie with the care and support she needs to remain living at home and continue getting out and about in her community.
Activities available at Carinity retirement communities are a way for residents to nourish their minds, stay active, build social connections and remain part of a community.
We had a chat to centenarian Jean Dyet, who lives at the Carinity Cedarbrook residential aged care community on the Gold Coast, about her wonderful life.
Two Ipswich churches have launched new neighbourhood outreach programs after being awarded Carinity's inaugural Collaborative Community Projects grants.
Art is giving a new lease of life to residents of the Carinity Clifford House aged care community who live with dementia.
Residents and families will be reunited as Carinity Cedarbrook reopens their Mudgeeraba aged care community to visitors following a two-week lockdown due to a positive COVID-19 case.
Sue Collier is been a volunteer prison chaplain with Inside Out Prison Chaplaincy, but decades prior, she was a popular singer who entertained audiences around Australia and abroad.
Pam Dalrymple plans to continue volunteering at Carinity Clifford House residential aged care community “as long as they’ll have me”.
New centenarian Alison Woodroffe has seen Brisbane grow from a town with 218,000 people to the sprawling and bustling city it is today.
When sisters Edith Neale and Joan Bell both lived at the Carinity Brownesholme retirement village they were neighbours. Now, Edith has moved into aged care – but she still lives less than 100 metres away from her sibling.
Carinity has paid tribute to members of the Friends of Kepnock Grove auxiliary group which tirelessly fundraised to help Bundaberg seniors live better lives.