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Carinity making the aged care application process easier
Applying to live in aged care can be seem quite daunting, but Carinity’s new streamlined online applications is making the process easier.
Stan celebrates a century of wonderful life
Queensland’s newest centenarian believes the secret to a long and happy life is a loving wife and family and a healthy lifestyle.
Finding faith in prison: a life transformed
Days in prison seem like a lifetime ago for Carl – thanks to the prayers and support of volunteer prison chaplains from Inside Out Prison Chaplaincy.
Carinity chaplains providing invaluable support in schools
Students at Carinity Education schools feel supported and confident knowing they can have confidential interactions with chaplains.
Wedded bliss continues after 70 years
Frank and Marjorie Noy say they are deeper in love than ever. The couple, who live at the Carinity Shalom retirement village in Rockhampton, are celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary.
Brisbane centenarian moves into aged care
Most people who turn 100 become centenarians while living in an aged care community. Stanley Carr has bucked the trend after recently moving into Carinity Wishart Gardens – at the age of 100.
Thanks to Carinity volunteers
“I absolutely love volunteering in aged care. I hope I bring some happiness to the day of elderly people." Anne Bucetti believes being a volunteer at Carinity Clifford House is a win-win situation.
Celebrating dedicated nurses on International Nurses Day
On International Nurses Day on May 12, Carinity celebrates the dedicated nurses who care for seniors in our aged care communities and home care services across Queensland.
School students come together to support homeless youth
Young people facing homelessness are getting their lives back on track at Carinity Orana, with support from Albany Creek State High School students.
Former servicemen pay their respects on ANZAC Day
On ANZAC Day, Carinity pays respect to Australian defence personnel who served the nation – including residents of our aged care communities and retirement villages.
Seniors stay on their feet on April Falls Day
Queensland seniors are raising awareness about falls prevention – and learning how to stay on their feet – during the April Falls Day campaign run by Carinity.
Chaplains offering support when it’s most needed
Carinity’s chaplains reach beyond the walls of our buildings to have a positive impact on people in need in Queensland hospitals.