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Regis People – Meet Gustavo

Meet Gustavo Giudice – General Manager at Regis Burnside and proud member of the local community. Gustavo has been part of the Regis family since 2015 and has worked across multiple states and in various Homes.

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Regis People – Meet Tua

“When the first time I walked into a nursing home, I cried and knew then this is what I wanted to do for the rest of my working life.”

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Regis People – Meet Prem

Prem Chand is an Assistant in Nursing (AIN) at Regis Belmore NSW and has been with Regis Aged Care for twenty-six years. Throughout the years Prem has taken on multiple roles in different departments, from Lifestyle to Catering and finally in her present role, as an AIN.

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Regis People – Meet Jennifer

For those who want to start a career in aged care, Jennifer said, “Go for it, you need to have compassion, love for what you do and enjoy what you do.”

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Regis People – Meet Heather

Heather Gambetta is one of our longest-serving employees and has been with us for over thirty years. She started her journey on 25 June 1991 and hasn’t looked back!

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Regis People – Meet Charles

“Helping the elderly to live a happy and healthy life because quality of life is very important to me. There are many areas to specialise in, for example wound care or dementia care, and in my current role I’m able to coach and be a role model for other nurses and carers alike.”

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Regis People – Meet Saroj

“Working in the aged care industry gives me an opportunity to meet a wide range of older people, and I feel a great sense of inner satisfaction and peace when I see them recovering, changing, and improving day by day because of my positive efforts.”

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Regis People – Meet Kushal

“I enjoy providing care and support to older people living in the local community, as it gives me great satisfaction knowing that I make a positive difference in their lives.”

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Behind the Scenes in an Aged Care Kitchen

A nutritious and flavourful diet is vital in supporting both our physical health as well as emotional wellbeing. Good food nourishes the body, brings people together, and provides enjoyment in everyday life.

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Regis People – Meet Cathy

“We live in such a busy world that everything is going at a million miles an hour. Our residents don’t live in that world. You need to slow down and give them the time they deserve.”

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Regis People – Meet Eka

“While growing up in my own country we have the responsibility to look after and respect our elders, and this has been the driver for me wanting to commence working in the aged care environment.”

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Regis People – Meet Lisa

“Treat them with dignity and respect as they have been through so much in their lifetime, treat them as you would treat your own parents or grandparents. Listen to them without passing judgement. Go for it, you won’t regret it because they can teach you so much.”

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Regis People – Meet Bronwyn

“I love the interaction with the residents and their families. I love that I get to put a smile on people’s faces each week and can enhance their day in some way.”

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NAIDOC Week 2021

NAIDOC Week 2021 is an important acknowledgment and celebration of First Nations peoples, who have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years, and are spiritually and culturally connected to this country. 

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Regis People – Meet Ryan

“It’s very rewarding to see a smile on their faces and to go home knowing that you have made a difference to their lives.”

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Regis People – Meet Lin

Lin Yau has been with Regis Aged Care for twenty-nine years, effectively making her one of the longest-serving employees in our Regis family.

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Regis People – Meet Catherine

Working in aged care can often be about the small things. Catherine said, “they always make me laugh and teach me to appreciate the small things in life.”

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Regis People – Meet Gaurav

Helping residents achieve their personal goals, while providing them with emotional and social support is one of the primary reasons that attracted Gaurav to work in aged care.

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Regis People – Meet Nilani

From working with people living with dementia for over eight years, Nilani has outstanding clinical expertise and understands how best to care for those at Regis Brighton.

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Regis People – Meet Sehrish

Sehrish Farhan is the General Manager at Regis Inala Lodge. Sehrish joined Regis after migrating to Australia in June 2014 and has been part of the Regis family for almost seven years.

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Regis People – Meet Benny

“For me, the most rewarding part of my job is seeing how appreciative they are – whether it’s being offered a slice of cake or just making them smile. It feels good knowing you made someone happy.”

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Volunteers at Regis

Volunteers play a huge role in our Regis Family and we’re so grateful for all the support they provide our residents, especially this year.

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Regis and our Turtle Tribe Toothbrushes

As part of our Sustainability Plan, we’re replacing approximately 30,000 plastic toothbrushes purchased annually with sustainable, biodegradable bamboo alternatives from The Turtle Tribe.

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Regis People – Service Milestones

These employees help ensure we can provide consistent, high quality care to our residents and clients. Congratulations to the 617 valued employees who have been part of the Regis family for five or more years.

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World Mental Health Day 2020

Regis strives to create a positive and happy environment for residents, clients and employees. In celebration of World Mental Health Day, Regis is bringing awareness to mental health and wellbeing in episode 5 of Regis Spotlight.

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Regis People – Meet Carli

“I love working with my clients to identify their goals, and create a plan and strategy to work towards achieving those goals.”

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Regis People – Meet Janneke

In honour of Aged Care Employee Day, we’re recognising some of our incredible staff who provide care and support to our residents and clients. Thank you for being a part of our Regis family.

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ACED Message of Thanks

Our board members and Executive Team wish to share their gratitude and kind words of thanks to our employees.

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Regis People – Service Milestones

Recognising employees who have shown commitment and loyalty is important to us at Regis. These employees help ensure we can provide consistent, high quality care to our residents and clients. Congratullaitions to the 415 valued emlpoyees who have been part of the Regis family for five or more years. Our employees are the heart of what we do.

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Regis People – Sheila

“I have worked in aged care for more than half of my career and can honestly say that it is the most rewarding by far.”

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Regis People – Melissa

“The great team I work with everyday. Each and every staff member at my home is hard working, motivated, energetic and caring.”

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Nursing at Regis

Regis believes that it is vitally important to celebrate our nurses and what they do—especially on International Nurses Day 2020, and this year: The International Year of the Nurse and Midwife. As carers, healers, educators, leaders and advocates, nurses are fundamental in the provision of safe and accessible care.

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Nursing in Aged Care

Nurses working in the aged-care sector experience diverse, rewarding and autonomous responsibilities.

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Anzac Day 2020

Regis remembers and honours all those who fought for our freedom this Anzac Day. We thank them for their bravery and sacrifice.
Lest we forget.

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Clap for Carers

To all the frontline staff and carers, we thank you for all your dedication and hard work during these challenging times.

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People of Regis – Stan Veloutsos

“Knowing there are a lot of positive changes we can make that will benefit our staff and residents, whilst having a great team with the right attitude and dedication who share the same passion and goal.”

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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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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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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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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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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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Celebrating National Volunteer Week 2018

National Volunteer Week May 21 – 27 is a time to celebrate all those who volunteer their time to support various sectors of the community in Australia. Regis is fortunate to have volunteers who contribute time, talent and service along with dedication and commitment to the residents and staff.

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Meet Darleena

Working in varying roles at Regis facilities in the last 7 years, Darleena is a motivated and dedicated professional who seized opportunities…

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Happy International Nurses Day to Regis Nurses

International Nurses Day on the 12th of May marks a day of jubilation globally. We join in celebration this year with events across Regis aged care facilities to commemorate the kindness, skill and dedication shown by all nurses.

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Regis Birkdale 16 years of volunteering

A key to the smooth operation across Regis aged care facilities is the help and support provided by our team of dedicated volunteers. More than 1000 people give up their time…

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National Work Safety Month 2016

Congratulations and thank you to everyone who participated in National Safe Work Month 2016! As each year passes, National Safe Work month gets bigger and bigger with new innovative and outstanding celebrations during October…

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A Man of Culinary Passion & Skill

Sabu is a man on a mission, a mission that showcases passion and dedication to the mastery of gastronomy. His seven year journey with Regis has seen him come full circle…

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ADVANCE Training Program WA

Our first ADVANCE training program was held in Western Australia this month. The ADVANCE program is designed to support Regis’ employees who excel in their current role with further opportunity to develop clinical skills…

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The Regis family grows again

June 1st, 2016 – Regis Aged Care welcomes four new Facilities to the family as well as growth in the retirement living portfolio.

With six Residential Aged Care Facilities at Sandgate in Brisbane, one in Townsville and another in Cairns, Regis’ has grown by more than 900 beds…

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Regis Celebrates International Nurses Day

Our International Nurses Day celebrations on the 12th May was a fantastic success across Regis. As part of the event, a competition was held for the most creatively decorated nurse’s station and all sites certainly put the panel of…

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How Regis Carers Connect can build your skills

Providing job- ready training to carers is vital before they are placed at a Regis facility. If our carers understand what's expected as both an effective carer and a responsible employee, it's a terrific result for them, the facility and the care recipients…

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Qualities of a Caregiver – Part 3

We've come to the concluding installment of the “Qualities of a care giver” guide.

The last but most essential caregiver qualities are empathy and persistence…

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Qualities of a Caregiver-Part 2

Respectfulness and honesty are important qualities for every caregiver to have. We are often working with people who are vulnerable from different lifestyles and cultures and they hold varying views, values, beliefs and attitudes…

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“Regis Journey”

Let me share with you my “Regis Journey”

My career at Regis began as Personal Care Assistant at one of Regis’ facilities in 2009 and from there I grew and changed roles so that today I work in the Head Office HR team…

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WELCOME to our CARERS CONNECT BLOG

Welcome to our first post on the Carers Connect (CC) Blog. Our aim is to connect you with some great things happening around our facilities – providing insights into lifestyle activities, introductions to some of our fantastic staff…

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