Established in 1952, Braemar has been offering care in WA for 65 years. Braemar believes in providing care and friendship to WA seniors; empowering residents to live meaningful and enriched lives.
One of Braemar’s strengths is its active resident enrichment program. Enrichment can take many forms, from history lectures to cooking classes, outings to crafts and activities.
Each activity is designed to engage and enlighten those living at Braemar, by creating meaningful activity.
Braemar has three facilities in Perth’s southern suburbs, including Braemar Village in Willagee which is where I am today.
While all three facilities offer different accommodation styles, each shares the Braemar approach of quality care and meaningful resident engagement.
Enrichment is one part of this engagement, while fresh food, chaplaincy services, spiritual support and quality care make up the Braemar experience.
Holly spoke with Braemar’s CFO Kristy Ryan about the different activities that residents undertake in the enrichment program.
To get in touch with Braemar and find out more about their aged care facilities and how they enrich the lives of their residents, visit their website, braemarcare.com.au or give them a call on 08 62793636.