Get Bold Not Old is part of an ongoing campaign by Feros Care to show that age is just a number, and that the elderly members of the community are larger than life.
In October, there as a call for the public to enter photos into the photo competition to celebrate our senior citizens.
And last week it was announced that Audrey Kuchel of Ballarat had won the competition with a photo from her trip to Fiji two years ago...
CEO Of Feros Care
Jennene Buckley is CEO of Feros Care, an organisation that operates three residential aged care facilities plus an ever-expanding range of community care, assessment services, disability, health and wellness and respite services from Tasmania, Victoria, ACT, NSW to QLD. Feros Care is a leader in digital service models and customer led design in the aged care industry.
BOLDtober kicked off at the start of the month with the sole purpose of putting an end to negative stereotypes around ageing and getting older.
The campaign invites people over 70 to be photographed being Bold Not Old, and post it with the hashtag #GetBoldNotOld. This Get Bold Not Old initiative is part of an ongoing campaign by Feros Care to show that age is just a number, and that our older community members are larger than life.
Australia has more than 2.8 million unpaid carers whose combined efforts equate to more than $60 billion a year (if this was provided by paid carers). These 2.8 million silent heroes play an integral role in providing informal care and take the pressure off an already stretched aged and community care industry.
Jennene Buckley, CEO of Feros Care urged the community to take a moment and thank the many unpaid carers and ask if they need a helping...