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Wellness: Working From Home

Working from home can have a lot of benefits, but can also have some adverse effects. Watch our video for some tips on how best to work from home.

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People of Regis – Helen Finlay

My role is to ensure that all staff at Regis follow the best infection control practice to keep themselves and the residents they look after safe.

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Sustainability at Regis

Regis recognises that as one of the leading Australian aged care companies, we have an important role to play in sustainability.

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Music Memories at Regis

At Regis, our specialized Music Memories program focuses on supporting residents living with dementia, or those who are experiencing any form of depression, anxiety or restlessness – Music Memories is open to all residents.

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People of Regis – Sue Waters

Sue Waters is the Cleaning Supervisor at our Regis Ringwood home. She has been with Regis for over 13 years. With a Certificate 3 in aged care and a cleaning qualification from TAFE, Sue decided to explore opportunities within the aged care industry. Since then, she has found the job to be very satisfying and rewarding.

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Regis Home Care – Meet April

After taking a fall one afternoon, April was admitted to the hospital and underwent surgery on her brain. Following this, she was told that she would never walk again. This is April’s groundbreaking story.

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Nursing at Regis

Nurses play a vital role in providing health services to Australia’s growing elderly population. They dedicate their lives to caring for people living in residential or community settings, and provide personal, physical and emotional support, working collaboratively with the person, their family and other health professionals.

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Regis Bushfire Efforts

Over the last few months we have all seen or felt the tragic loss of life and property destruction caused by bushfires around the country. Alongside our individual homes efforts to raise funds and awareness in their local communities, Regis has donated $50,000 to the Australian Red Cross.

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Esprit Café – it starts with a cup of coffee

Esprit Café is a Regis Aged Care initiative to help people start talking about major moments in their life. Our cafés are warm, inviting spaces open to residents, their families and interested friends and we’re proud to run them in all of our homes.

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People of Regis – Stephen Judd

I quite honestly have rarely experienced such a supportive and friendly culture in my almost 40 years in the workforce. I am excited for my future with Regis.

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Living with Dementia at Regis

Dementia can happen to anybody and affects behaviour, thinking and can impact the performance of everyday tasks as a result of diminished cognitive ability. In 2019, it is estimated that almost 1.5 million people in Australia are involved in the care of someone living with Dementia.

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People of Regis – Sam Waldron

As a Facility Manager, I lead a team of exceptional people who work each and every day to improve the lives of our residents, demonstrating true care and love for our residents.

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People of Regis – Hannah Coelho

For Hannah, working in and around aged care began at age 16. She began working her way through high school as a Food Services Assistant in an aged care facility.

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Live Well With Regis

Regis prides itself in offering residents daily plans to help prevent, treat and promote overall health and independence. We understand that residents want to continue with their life and strive to push their boundaries. This is why at Regis we developed our Wellness Checks Initiative

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Food is Life

Food plays a powerful role in our lives and, in many ways, is at the centre of how we socialise and connect. As well as these deep social and cultural aspects, food also plays a critical role in improving nutrition, health and well-being; something which is fundamental in the aged care industry.

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