Residents from Wesley Mission Queensland’s Cooper House aged care community in Chermside have picked up the pen and become old-fashioned pen pals with residents in the bushfire-affected community of Bowraville in New South Wales (NSW).
WMQ’s Mike Anelay has joined with other health professionals on the Gold Coast for a push-up challenge to draw attention to mental health and suicide.
Residents at Cooper House residential aged care community, who have been spending their time wisely by doing a free online course in understanding dementia through University of Tasmania.
It was an extra special day for aged care residents Delys and Joyce at Wesley Mission Queensland’s Cooper House community, as they celebrated their 100th and 99th birthday.
When COVID-19 put a stop to Bray Park High School students visiting the residents at Wesley Mission Queensland’s aged care community – Anam Cara, the students and residents quickly came up with a solution.
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Over the last eighteen years, 86-year-old Marjorie Bol has been busy putting together care packages for the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital’s Sexual Assault Response Team.
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89 year-old Wheller on the Park resident Pat O'Shea puts on a bright red Hawaiian shirt every morning and rides his bicycle around Chermside's parks.
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The newest residents of Wesley Mission Queensland’s St Marks aged care community at Chermside certainly know where they sit in the pecking order.
Wooloowin’s youngest residents are helping families in need this Christmas, as part of Wesley Mission Queensland’s annual Red Bag Appeal.
More than 600 Wesley Mission Queensland residents enjoyed a night of classical music on Saturday, with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s season finale streamed live to our aged care, supported accommodation and retirement living communities.
Wesley Mission Queensland has honoured its longest serving employees yesterday at its Rocklea-based Australian Disability Enterprise, MailpaQ.