Baptistcare News

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Love and living with dementia

June lives with dementia and is a resident at Baptistcare’s Yallambee Residential Care. Yet that hasn’t hindered the love between her and husband Ray.

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Volunteer singers make a difference

Former band member Michael Cole has put his musical talents to good use in his retirement by leading sing along sessions with residents at Dryandra Residential and Community Care managed by Baptistcare in the Wheatbelt town of Kellerberrin.

Love of reading brings generations together

At the beginning of 2018, Grace Sinclair, a Year 7 student from Perth Modern School was looking for ideas to fulfil the Community Service component of her school’s Pegasus Society; an initiative that recognises participation, effort and commitment to the wider community.

Funding boost for Margaret River aged care

Projects to encourage people living with dementia to reminisce, participate and feel more connected with their Margaret River environment are now possible thanks to a $30,000 grant from Alzheimer’s WA and the Royalties for Region scheme. .

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Welcome to the spring edition of Baptistcare News

In this edition of Baptistcare News, you can read about an innovative visual project developed by Baptistcare, providing a link to the past for people living with dementia. You can also find information on our free community sessions which provide an easy-to-understand approach to the complex world of aged care services.

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