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Supporting participation, inclusion and independence
Our Driving Assessment Occupatinal Therapist shares her passion for helping people.
Just like riding a bike...for 100kms…at 88 years of age
Meet Reg Goodings, Brightwater resident and cycling champion
The transition journey into residential care
Making the decision to transition a loved one into residential care can be complex, luckily there's people to turn to like Michael for advice.
Maddies Café becomes community hub for residents, staff and neighbours
Volunteers serving up coffees, cakes and companionship to aged care residents
Simple sign language helping elderly Australians connect
A new project to teach simple hand signs in aged care and retirement villages has the potential to enhance communication.
Often it's the simple strategies that help
We chat to Physiotherapist, Genevieve Carr at Brightwater The Cove about preventing falls.
The importance of meal experiences that nurture and provide nutrition
"What could be more important than a little something to eat?" - Winnie the Pooh
The economic return of Aged Care in WA in the next decade
For the first time in Western Australia, 12 leading aged care providers have worked together to present the Economic & Social Impact report into Aged Care in WA.
Bright stars receive Scholarships at the Annual General Meeting
Two Brightwater employees awarded scholarships at the AGM
Why gardening is so good for you
With benefits like stress relief and better hand strength, don't even think about neglecting your green thumb!
10 tips for better brain health
For Brain Awareness Week, we're highlighting what you can do to maximise your health up there.
5 reasons to keep walking as you get older
Keeping the body active maximises your ability to do everyday tasks in later life
Home safety tips for seniors
A few small changes around the house can really reduce the risk of accidents and falls