In her years of service at MercyCare Rockingham Aged Care home, Christine Brady treasures the people she has met.
There’s a new therapist at Wembley Residential Aged Care home; he’s charming, loves a good pat and the residents can’t get enough of him.
Residents at MercyCare Joondalup Aged Care home have yarn-bombed a burst of colour to their community and may have inspired a local movement in the process.
The decision to leave a loved one in the care of someone else, even for just a few hours, can be heart-wrenching.
At 83, Alice Goode relishes the feeling of living in her own home – it’s her “first real home”, it took many years to come by and she’s proud of it.
There is a small but mighty team at MercyCare’s West Perth headquarters, working to ensure thousands of aged care clients across Perth receive vital in-home support. Ruth Lewis is part of that team.
A trio of singers who, for decades, transported aged care residents back in time with sing-alongs and war-time classics have taken their final bow.
Of all the Home Care support he receives from MercyCare, 89-year-old Don Mitchell says it’s the social support that has been most meaningful.
For MercyCare support worker Jo Fawcett, getting to know her clients is the highlight of her job.
On 9 January 1846, seven young women left their home in Dublin, Ireland and travelled across the world to Perth, Australia.