While the current pandemic has certainly come with a unique set of challenges, in times of crisis it is more important than ever to maintain overall health and wellbeing, both mentally and physically. One of the many activities enjoyed by residents at Cranbrook Residences is knitting, with a group of residents utilising their time to craft woollen items for charity.
Residents at Cranbrook Residences - a boutique retirement community nestled in the Hills District - enjoy ‘active ageing’ via a...
Kerry is Chief Executive Officer of Cranbrook Care. Kerry directs all aspects of the business at the corporate level and at the residences. This includes strategic planning, financial management, property development, executive and residence management. Kerry has 28 years’ experience in the health industry and holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA). Kerry has been a Director of the peak industry body Leading Aged Care Services Australia (LASA) and currently sits on the Membership Advisory Council for LASA NSW/ACT. Kerry is an active Rotarian in her local community.
This Thursday, 11th of July is Cheer up the Lonely Day, which serves as an important reminder that feelings of loneliness are unfortunately a common occurrence for many, particularly senior Australians. So how can we ensure our ageing population feels included and cared for?
Unfortunately, loneliness affects a disproportionate number of senior Australians and the issue has become much more than an unfortunate situation – it is a serious health concern, and one which should be a public health priority...