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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.
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Carinity Education Southside in Brisbane has become like a second home for Sandy Downes, her daughter Jasper and grandson Carson.
Volunteers offer generous support in aged care, helping to provide residents with additional opportunities for social connection, activities and even pastoral support.
Graham Harvey is the Property Manager for Carinity sites around Central Queensland, including the Carinity Shalom retirement village, where he also lives.
Gloria Benwell, a former movie stuntwoman, magistrate and dog breeder who lives at Carinity Kepnock Grove aged care in Bundaberg, turned 100 on October 1.
Carinity's new aged care community in Highfields has come alive with the sound of music, thanks to a generous donation of a historic piano.
Sprightly 104-year-old Peggy Muller is the second oldest of the 16 centenarians living in all of Carinity aged care communities around Queensland.
Carinity Education Southside in Brisbane is celebrating 25 years of supporting young women who have previously faced barriers to education.
Carinity Education Southside's foundation Principal, Colleen Mitrow, reflects on the early years of the school which for 25 years has helped to remove barriers to education for young women.
As leaders in their chosen fields dedicated to providing a brighter future for people in need, Carinity staff strive to better themselves through professional development.
Maverick, the resident therapy dog at Carinity Education Rockhampton, provides the ‘paw-fect’ pick-me-up for students going through a rough patch – and also brings joy to seniors living in aged care.
Lisa Curry and 40 mental health advocacy organisations have supported a new initiative designed to help improve the mental wellness of Rockhampton people.