Activity and Lifestyle Program Moves Forward

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Report from Ben Chard, RAO Coordinator at Glengarry

It has been a busy beginning of the year for Glengarry. I’m pleased to report that our Food Lovers program has had great success with a high participation and engagement level as well as positive feedback with residents saying they are looking forward to the next session.

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Focus on Falls Prevention & New Pharmacy Partners

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Falls are a major cause of harm and injury to older people and can lead to significant cost and loss of independence. The good news is that falls are not an inevitable part of getting older.
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Staff Learning and Education Progresses

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Twilight has some wonderful learning and education programs in the pipeline. The ‘WE ARE TWILIGHT’ series of workshops have been developed and will roll out from the week beginning 24 April 2017. The purpose of the workshops is for all ‘Twilights’ to be working towards a common goal – our vision to be the preferred aged care provider in the community – and for everyone to be clear about the vision and how their contribution supports it.
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HR News: New Improved EBA Brings Benefits

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We are pleased to advise that the proposed Twilight Aged Care Enterprise Agreement 2016-2019 has recently been approved by the Fair Work Commission.  The changes mean Twilight is now able to provide its employees with an Enterprise Agreement that is contemporary, reflects current legislation, and is flexible and supportive of staff.
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John Laurie Appointed Patron

If you haven’t already heard, we are delighted to officially announce that the Board has appointed Mr John Laurie as Twilight’s inaugural Patron.

John’s connection to Twilight Aged Care goes beyond his 14-year leadership contribution as Chairman and Director; the Laurie family has been a supporter of the organisation from its very beginnings when John’s mother, Kathleen Laurie was a committed volunteer.
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Resident in Focus: Madeleine’s Award-Winning Efforts

We are very proud of 91-year-old Hunters Hill Village resident, Madeleine Doutreband, who on Australia Day this year became the proud recipient of a Randwick City Council Community Service Award.  The award recognised Madeleine’s long-standing commitment to community work within the Randwick area and her dedication to helping others.
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Recipes from the Twilight Kitchen

In this edition, Twilight’s Hospitality Services Manager, Wagma Osman, shares two delicious vegetarian recipes that are also gluten free:

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Resident in Focus: Joan Celebrates a Milestone

On Friday 10 March Twilight Aged Care resident of 10 years, Joan McKimm celebrated her 100th birthday at her Hunters Hill Village home surrounded  by family, staff and fellow residents. The Hunters Hill Mayor, Richard Quinn and the Honourable Trent Zimmerman, Member for North Sydney also dropped by to help celebrate this auspicious occasion.
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