News at Estia Health
We like to share news about life in our homes, whether it’s our residents’ experiences, our caring and compassionate people or our community connections.
04 December 2023
Lifestyle Masterclasses are a huge hit
At Estia Health the staff in our homes undertake continuous learning. Whether it’s our nursing staff, chefs or in this case, our Lifestyle Coordinators who have recently been attending their yearly two-day masterclass in each state. Their aim is to learn new and innovative ways to deliver a memorable and engaging experience for the resident each and every time.
17 October 2023
Slow-cooked lamb korma with toasted coconut and mint
Spring is synonymous with spring lamb and this recipe is a favourite for our residents across all of our homes. So this October we bring you a special from our own cookbook.
05 October 2023
Nursing upskill program is a winner for nurses and residents
Whether they are brand new or have been with us for a few years, our clinical nursing staff are always ready to be learning. Recently an immersive two day workshop commenced as part of a clinical development initiative that was designed for newly graduated Registered Nurses, that were not part of our official New Graduate Program.
31 August 2023
Estia Academy trains our leaders of the future
As one of Australia’s leading aged care providers, Estia Health is committed to developing its future leaders. The Estia Health Leadership Program is designed to accelerate leader growth and effectiveness through increasing self-awareness and providing our future leaders with the skills to lead well.
06 August 2023
Aged Care Employee Day, a celebration
This year aged care employee day is on 7 August and we will be celebrating it across our 70+ homes. Thank you to each and every one of our special aged care employees who continue to make a profound impact on the lives of our residents.
01 August 2023
Estia Health acquire new homes in Bendigo and Benalla
Estia Health has made the decision to purchase two new homes in Bendigo and Benalla and will be moving to the more modern homes currently owned by Royal Freemasons.