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By getting the help she needs to stay active, Wilma Mitchell, 88, can continue to tend the beautiful garden at her home in Victoria.
If you are considering moving yourself or your loved one into a residential care or other form of housing, it’s important to weigh up the available options before making a decision.
Looking after a spouse or family member can be testing sometimes which is why it’s important to take care of yourself. We have created some tips to help support you in your daily routine.
Modern life is often all go, go, go but a new idea called slow reading aims to use books to slow us down.
Aged care is one of Australia’s fastest growing industries and offers exciting career opportunities.
After experiencing a number of falls, Lola was able to improve her health and mobility with help from our Keeping Mobile & Preventing Falls Programme.
Tennis Champ Norman Bird shows us that it’s never too late to make a comeback.
Our Let’s Connect Programme helps you learn how to use a tablet device, like an iPad to get online.
With the help of KinCare physiotherapist Mark Sewell, Bet no longer needs her stick whilst walking inside and her fear of falling has reduced significantly.
92 Year old KinCare Customer Keith has always been a sporting legend and this year he had the honour of carrying the Queen’s Baton in the Commonwealth Games relay.
After hearing about the rewarding work of caring staff she leapt into a new career as a KinCare Home Care Worker. She didn’t know it then, but she had found her life’s calling.
With more and more people turning 100, we talk to KinCare centenarian, Dorothy Yeomans about her life story and her advice for living a long and happy life.