Tag: Celebrating achievements
By getting the help she needs to stay active, Wilma Mitchell, 88, can continue to tend the beautiful garden at her home in Victoria.
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.
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.
Thanks to KinCare’s Keeping Mobile and Preventing Falls Programme, Geoff is now enjoying getting out and about more and is looking forward to playing lawn bowls again.
Our Customer Christel admits she wasn’t ready to ask for help after her husband’s death. Weekly visits from KinCare have changed her life.
With a few hours of help each week for odd jobs, Maureen hasn’t yet given up her independence or her beautiful rose garden.
Life may be different for him and his family, but our customer Ludvig Kerec isn’t letting a severe spinal cord injury stop the pedals turning.
Cliff Sexton, 100, of Perth retirement village St Ives in Kallaroo, WA, has been with KinCare for a year and often performs for his carers.
At 102, Charles Lawson is living proof that you’re never too old to learn new tricks. This charming Perth pensioner recently mastered how to use an iPad, and, he says, it’s transformed his life.