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Our role in respecting and protecting the natural environment

Our role in respecting and protecting the natural environment

As a residential aged care provider, we play a vital role in caring for older Australians - with the care we provide and the services we offer our residents, we use natural resources to heat, cool, and power our homes, and generate waste and have a footprint that impacts the natural environment.

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What can you do to help our environment?

What can you do to help our environment?

An initiative by the United Nations, hosted annually on 5 June, this year’s theme is reimagine, recreate, restore - focused on protecting our unique ecosystems. We can’t turn back time, but now is the time to grow trees, green our cities, plant in our gardens and clean up our rivers and coasts.

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Kevin’s goal

Kevin’s goal

When Kevin moved into Estia Health Blakehurst, he’d had a number of falls and was using a walker to get about, which meant he’d lost some of his confidence and independence.

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Minestrone Soup - a winter favourite

Minestrone Soup - a winter favourite

Soup is often a winter favourite as a warming lunch and for our residents, it can be a preferred option when they’d like someone a little lighter. We serve soups all across the year and they’re made daily in our home’s kitchens.

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A career in caring

A career in caring

Jane Bridgeman is Estia Health Blakehurst’s Care Director and brings a breadth of experience to the role. She began her career as an aged care Assistant in Nursing (AIN) before progressing her career as a Registered Nurse in paediatrics, orthopaedics and community nursing, before returning to the aged care sector where she’s worked for the past 10 years.

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Recognising Tulika’s dedication to the nursing profession

Recognising Tulika’s dedication to the nursing profession

Tulika is an Enrolled Nurse at our Estia Health Golden Grove home. Having worked at Estia Health for the past eight years, she began her career as a Personal Care Assistant (PCA), before training to become an Enrolled Nurse, which she’s now been for the past two and a half years.

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