11-year-old makes magazine for older Australian perspectives

11-year-old Grace knows that older people have interesting stories, if you just ask them the right questions. This year Grace interviewed nine locals aged over sixty for her new magazine Perspective Is. She wrote the transcripts, laid out the magazine complete with photos, a recipe, and a word puzzle, and promoted it on social media… Continue reading 11-year-old makes magazine for older Australian perspectives

“What if they dropped the coffin?” Responses to Prince Philip’s Funeral

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace, 2017. (Photo by Yui Mok - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Millions watched the broadcast of Prince Philip’s funeral over the weekend. Granted, it was a sombre and dignified affair that marked the end of an era. But who would watch the whole thing… twice? My Nan would. She stayed up until 1am to watch the entire three-hour ceremony and tuned in the next day for… Continue reading “What if they dropped the coffin?” Responses to Prince Philip’s Funeral

“You’ve got to listen to the residents” says aged care CEO

Margaret Williams knows that running a successful aged care residence means balancing financial security and quality of care. The CEO of Medea Park Residential Care was named 2020 Telstra Tasmanian Business Woman of the Year for doing just that. “It’s very difficult,” said Margaret. And yet, so simple. “You’ve got to listen to the residents… Continue reading “You’ve got to listen to the residents” says aged care CEO

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