Variety is the spice of life, so they say, and culinary delights are certainly something that seniors at Braemar Presbyterian Care are experiencing thanks to the launch of a regular cooking club at Braemar House.
Care and Friendship has been at the heart of Braemar since it was founded in 1952. The long-established aged care provider adopted a relationship centred care approach early in its existence, with a focus on building the bonds that exist between residents, their families and staff.
Braemar House in East Fremantle is excited to have become a finalist in this year’s Aged and Community Services of Australia’s Excellence in Care Awards in the ‘Innovation in Service or Design’ category.
The smartphone revolution has made the word ‘selfie’ part of the urban dictionary. However it is usually more associated with Millennials or Gen Z’s than the Silent Generation or Baby Boomers.
Residents at Braemar Presbyterian Care aged care homes will cast off on a nostalgic journey next month, when a local maritime historian and internationally published author presents the first in a series of talks on ocean liners of yesteryear.