Max stays connected10th April 2020 | 5 mins
Meet Max. He represents so many of our residents in his need to stay connected with his family and friends.
Watch Max come to life in the adorable animation below.
Teams across our homes are embracing making virtual connections through technologyas well as sending wonderful messages of love via email, letter writing, and message boards. They’re nurturing friendships within their homes and finding new and innovative ways to interact with our communities. We’re loving sharing all these stories with you and will keep them coming via our social channels, FaceBook, Instagram and LinkedIn. Stay safe everyone!
Home stories from across Opal
Chef delights in Aged Care
Many chefs have a signature dish. For Samira, our head chef at Quakers Hillside, that special dish is baklava. Samira says that baking the decadent Middle Eastern treat instant
19th January 2021 | 6 mins
Christmas card community collaboration
This year Narraweena Grove Care Community, in association with the students of St John The Apostle Catholic Primary School, were chosen to be involved in the design and product
22nd December 2020 | 5 mins
The Year of Courage, Connection and Heart
We all agree that 2020 has been a year like no other, full of unique challenges and circumstances that none of us could have imagined possible. It has also been a year where, acros
14th December 2020 | 8 mins