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  • Jenny Hubbard goes above and beyond

    RSL LifeCare at Home’s Jenny Hubbard might pull out some weeds and fill a birdbath on one of her visits to elderly residents in the Woolgoolga community. Not to mention, occasionally bringing some lunch and having a cuppa with people whose social networks have diminished almost entirely. For some of these people I am their […]

  • Julie Morton, Community Carer, RSL LifeCare at Home

    Julie Morton has worked as a community carer in age care for more than 13 years and enjoys the variety the job offers. She works with RSL LifeCare at Home close to where she lives which works well for her. She has eight regular clients, plus the occasional new person to visit. There is an […]

  • Naomi Bartlett, Community Carer, RSL LifeCare at Home

    Naomi Bartlett sees her role in community care as a privilege. She works with RSL LifeCare at Home, based at Anzac Village in Narrabeen. With a background in youth work and with young people and adults with Outward Bound in England and Scotland, when Naomi and her family moved to Australia she looked for a […]

  • A letter from a thankful son highlights the care and compassion given by the staff at RSL LifeCare Home Care.

    Urs mother Carmen has dementia and he and his family…… have watched their mother face the challenging condition of dementia. “It is with great pleasure and warm-hearted respect that I write these sentiments to you. It’s not often in my life that I meet people who exceed my expectations due to their attitude towards their […]

  • Recognition for valued work

    Employees honoured for commitment to working with RSL LifeCare Federal MP Jason Falinski says the age care system has never been better and the biggest reason for this is the people working in the sector. Mr Falinski recently spoke at RSL LifeCare’s Long Service Awards lunch, held at “The War Vets” in Narrabeen. “Caring for […]

  • Today, on Aged Care Employee Day, RSL LifeCare would like to thank Nodolene for working in Aged Care

    I’ve always wanted to work in aged care. A few years ago, once our youngest was settled in school and I was ready to do something more with my time, my husband suggested that I should follow my passion.  I’ve had an affinity with older people my whole life. I think part of the reason […]

  • Today, on Aged Care Employee Day, RSL LifeCare would like to thank Dolma for working in Aged Care

    I am originally from Tibet and came to Australia in 2011. I left my country in 2009, escaping as a young teenager into Nepal and then India. My mum had gone ahead of me with my brother, sister and cousins but I stayed behind with my grandparents because it was too dangerous for us to […]

  • Today, on Aged Care Employee Day, RSL LifeCare would like to thank its staff….

    Today is Aged Care Employee Day at RSL LifeCare, a day for us to thank every person who works in our organisation and to acknowledge their contribution to the lives of the seniors in our care. From nurses to administrators, from gardeners to chefs, from carers to drivers, from volunteers to allied health care workers, […]

  • Building a shed

    When Arthur Thomas left Emu Plains to take up residency at RSL LifeCare’s Kingsford Smith Village, North Richmond, he knew he would not need his stockpile of wood-turning tools. Rather than putting them behind him forever, the 83-year-old decided instead to give them to the Village’s men’s shed. “I had a garage full of equipment […]

  • Ted Matthews, the last living ANZAC from the Gallipoli landing

    On ANZAC Day we remember “the originals”, the men who fought for King and Country in the First World War – men like Ted Matthews. Ted was a resident of “The War Vets” Village at Narrabeen (now RSL ANZAC Village). He was one of the last men to be evacuated from Gallipoli in 1915 and […]

  • Edna’s Story

    Edna – Caring for the elderly in her community RSL LifeCare is proud to have caring staff from a diverse range of backgrounds. One such person is Edna from the Philippines. Click the image below to see her story. Credit: Australian Government – Department of Home Affairs.  

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