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Brightlife Volume 2, 2021
Welcome to the second edition of our recently revitalised Brightlife magazine. We’re marking this magazine as the ‘Double Diamond’ edition, to celebrate our 120th anniversary. Traditionally diamonds are used to celebrate 60 years, so what do you do to celebrate 120 years? In our opinion, you double it. Just like a diamond, Brightwater is truly unique and one of a kind and always strong and bright. In this edition we look back at 120 years, speak to a few of our centenarians, unveil an exciting Brightwater Research Centre project and learn about a disease not known to many, Huntington's disease.
Volume 1 2021
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Lady Onslow’s Legacy, A History of the Home of Peace and the Brightwater Care Group
This book was published in 2001 to celebrate Brightwater’s centenary.
Rehabilitation for life: The Oats Street model for acquired brain injury rehabilitation
This easy to read booklet published with the assistance of Lotterywest in 2018 outlines the science and rationale behind our unique rehabilitation program in East Victoria Park.
Simple Sensational Soft: safe and easy to swallow
If someone you love can only eat softened, modified food, you will find lots of tempting delights to give them pleasure in this cookbook, published by the clients and staff of Brightwater’s Kailis House in 2017, with generous support from Dr Patricia Kailis, AM, OBE, MBBS.
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Meet Anita Speranza, Brightwater's first Partner in Care
Anita highlights the importance of being able to safely visit loved ones during Covid-19.
Brightwater Scholarship Recipients
The Don Hutchison and Peter Lane Scholarships help our staff conduct a project or research study that creates opportunities to improve the quality of life for our clients.