The ORCA Project team has created two Acknowledgement of Country videos as part of WMQ's commitment to Reconciliation and support of our First Nations brothers, sisters and Elders. We invite you to use these videos.
What is required to best prepare, and what you can expect from retirement living.
A collaboration between disability services provider Wesley Mission Queensland, government and the property industry has resulted in six brand new homes for people living with high care needs.
For children with complex physical needs, everyday activities that most of us take for granted can be incredibly challenging. Hydrotherapy can provide a much-needed break from the daily struggles they face.
Are everyday tasks becoming a challenge? It might be a sign that you could do with a little extra help at home.
Need extra help at home before your HCP comes through? You don’t qualify for government-funded options? Here are a few options to consider.
Our Reconciliation Manager debunks some of the things that people have said to him about changing the date over the years.
To demonstrate allyship and live out its values, WMQ has given employees the choice to work on the Australia Day public holiday.
Books offer a window into First Nations peoples and the often-overlooked history of this land we call home
Video series shares the stories of some of our First Nations staff and sheds a light on what reconciliation means to them
In this video we ask some of our team, both First and Second Nations, what 26 January means to them.
Problematic weather conditions down south and skyrocketing prices have impacted your grocery shopping this season. To help you save money and plan ahead, our Head Chef Russell shares his tips and tricks.
Wesley Mission Queensland has partnered with RF Corval to deliver six new state-of-the-art disability needs apartments in Brisbane’s East.
Wesley Mission Queensland has helped launch the Brisbane North Safe Space Network initiative in Redcliffe this week to offer an alternative form of support for people experiencing distress and vulnerability.
Aged Care Employee Day, is a time each year to recognise and celebrate those who care for our ageing family and friends.
To celebrate Reconciliation Week, WMQ hosted a Cultural Awareness Training Workshop for all staff to learn the distinction between Acknowledgement of Country and Welcome to Country, as well as the effects of colonisation still felt in First Nations communities.
After 13 days and 300 kilometres, 90-year-old Hummingbird House volunteer and fundraiser Athol Alcorn walked over the finish line last Sunday, to the delight of his crowd of supporters.
Friendships play an important role at all stages of life and studies have found them to be critical for a healthy aging process. It has even been suggested that social contact is more beneficial than physical exercise and healthy habits (not smoking, weight management) for health and longevity.
We are delighted to announce that Wesley Mission Queensland raised over $225,000 at our Giving Day!
As part of our commitment to education and awareness in palliative care, staff from WMQ's Hopewell House and Hummingbird House palliative care services created a series of videos aimed at normalising conversations about death and dying.