Air Force Association (Western Australian Division) Incorporated

Air Force Association (Western Australian Division) Incorporated

The Royal Australian Air Force Association Western Australia Division (RAAFA WA) recognises that the care of older people can vary. Caring may begin in the individual’s home and progress to a permanent residential facility over time.

RAAFA WA focuses on providing on providing tailored services that meet the needs of each individual and their family. Whatever those needs may be, RAAFA WA helps its clients to make the most out of life in a nurturing and happy community environment.

For those carers who are helping a loved one in the home, RAAFA WA provides temporary respite care to give you a little break. Family carers take peace of mind knowing the member of their kin is in safe hands.

A philosophy of tailored care is the cornerstone of RAAFA WA’s approach. The emphasis is on quality of life on top of basic care needs. With community involvement, entertainment, activities and special occasion events, RAAFA WA residents embrace a mentally and physically stimulating life within their own level of capability.

 

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Bridging the Loneliness Gap

on Wednesday, August 28, 2019

The 'Building Bridges' program at RAAFA’s Alice Ross King (ARK) Care Centre is helping to tackle issues of loneliness, isolation and depression head on.

Recording a Fortunate Life

on Friday, August 23, 2019

23 year old Jessica Arrantash is living proof that age is no barrier to making firm friendships. The Advocare volunteer and English literature graduate has been spending time every week with RAAFA Air Force Memorial Estate resident Iris Heuchan, both to get to know her and ultimately write her life story.

RAAFA Prepares for Digital Aged Care Future with Macquarie Telecom

on Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Macquarie Telecom, part of Macquarie Telecom Group, has signed a deal with aged care provider RAAFA WA to provide SD-WAN technology and help the organisation prepare for the digital aged care future and enable more residents to be cared for at home.

Governor Officially Opens RAAFA’s New Alice Ross-King Care Centre

on Wednesday, August 17, 2016

The Governor of Western Australia, Her Excellency the Honourable Kerry Sanderson AC, officially opened the Royal Australian Air Force Association of WA’s state-of-the-art new aged care centre in Bull Creek earlier this month. 

RAAFA Recognises Role of Women with New Aged Care Centre Name

on Friday, November 27, 2015

The Royal Australian Air Force Association of WA’s state-of-the-art new aged care centre in Bull Creek will recognise the important role of Australian servicewomen, with the organisation announcing the centre will be named in honour of celebrated World War I nurse, Alice Ross-King.

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