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Thank you for your support of Group Homes Australia: Wahroonga

Thank you for your support of Group Homes Australia: Wahroonga

Thank you for your support of Group Homes Australia. We recently opened another new home at Group Homes Australia. We welcomed the community of Wahroonga and our special visitors with a cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate at the front door (and our visitors also had...

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A care partner’s mindset: This has worked well today . . .

A care partner’s mindset: This has worked well today . . .

There are two things that we know to be true about dementia: it involves parts of the brain dying, and the deterioration is progressive – which means things get worse over time. What does this mean from month to month, and year to year, for the person living with...

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For lives that flourish – welcome to our new home.

For lives that flourish – welcome to our new home.

Group Homes Australia is an innovative and world-leading model, which provides dementia care, respite and palliative care. Up to 10 residents live in a traditional home, on a traditional street. We stay connected to our local communities. Residents flourish in a...

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Here at Group Homes Australia we do things differently…

Here at Group Homes Australia we do things differently…

Here at GHA we do things differently. In fact, quite a bit differently.   We spoke to Founder and Co-CEO of Group Homes Australia, Tamar Krebs:   I want to share about four (4) key areas where Group Homes Australia (GHA) stands out for its innovative...

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How can we humanise dementia in our communities?

How can we humanise dementia in our communities?

It seems every day a story on dementia pops up in the media: the growing number of people diagnosed, the search for what causes it, or a possible cure. In fact, if you google the word “dementia” there is more than 94,900,000 search results! The fear of dementia comes...

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