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Brightlife Volume 3, 2022
Welcome to third edition of our recently revitalised Brightlife magazine and the first editorial from Catherine Stoddart, our new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) – pictured on our front cover. In this edition we celebrate outgoing CEO, Jennifer Lawrence, and her achievements as she reflects on her time with us. We also share the stories of some of our team from across all parts of our business including Catherine Goh, one of our wonderful Brighwater at Home Community Support Workers and Susan Samuels who has worked for Brightwater for over 36 years and is one of our team leaders from Brightwater Linen. Not only do our staff have a big impact on our clients, but our volunteers also change lives for the better every day too. In this edition we chat with Adele Grobbelaar who has been volunteering at our residential aged care home in Joondalup, Brightwater Oxford Gardens, since October 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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Transitioning for better outcomes
Brightwater's Transitional Accommodation Program at Marangaroo is about more than just a place to go
Brightwater’s role in the research to make Advance Care Planning easier
A new study involving Brightwater at Home clients could help more Australians have a say in their future medical and personal care.