Annual Reports

Our Annual Report is published every November, with an audited financial report for the preceding financial year. This is presented to subscribers, general members and guests at the Annual General Meeting.







Check out the latest edition of Brightlife

In our 2020 Christmas edition of Brightlife, we celebrate recent milestone events and achievements for clients and staff including our Seeing the Ability in Disability Celebrations for International Day of People with Disability, and WA’s transition to the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission, which is a significant step for our disability community. We also recognise our new Surge Team, 65 staff members strong, who have been training to become our specialised team in the case of a COVID-19 outbreak at one of our sites. Stay tuned for 2021! We will produce a magazine style format of Brightlife twice yearly, instead of the newsletter format four times a year. Look out for the first edition of the new format in May.

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Brightlife Newsletter

To learn about our latest projects, client journeys, research studies and interesting stories from across Brightwater, check out Brightlife, our publication for our clients and their families.

This magazine celebrates the incredible people and stories from Brightwater sites and across all facets of our organisation.

Summer 2020

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Spring 2020

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Winter 2020

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Summer 2019

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Spring 2019

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Summer 2018/19

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Other Publications

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.