A living symbol

Former World War II pilot George Flack denies that he is a hero – but the people of France disagree.

Giving older people a voice

By Rebecca Ryan Uniting AgeWell is calling for community members in Victoria and Tasmania to get involved in senior service planning to help improve the quality of care and effectiveness of its own services and the aged

Summer safety tips

Victoria is set for a scorcher today with temperatures expected to hit 41 degrees. The hot weather particularly impacts older people, who are at risk of heat-related illnesses.

Reunited for Christmas

A resident at Uniting AgeWell in Forest Hill has been reunited with her beloved pet Chihuahua just in time for Christmas.

Uniting Agewell raises money for Nepal

(From left to right) Sunny Nepal and Bikran Adhikari; Lauren Curnow, from Australia Red Cross; Rev John Clarke, director of mission, UA; Sita Gyawali, personal care worker UA Manor Lakes.

Sharing stories

Alan and Faye MacFarlane sharing stories at Uniting Agewell By Ben Grundy Uniting AgeWell residents have been sharing stories through a program that puts the spotlight on life experience and personal mementos.

The experience of ageism

By Penny Mulvey “It is a terrible thing for a society to discard the weak and the disabled and to justify it by saying they have had their turn.

Attitude key to positive ageing

By Penny Mulvey The new Executive Director/CEO of Uniting AgeWell, nearly 100 days into the job, is full of enthusiasm, ideas and praise for the age well philosophy.

Celebrating a decade of Uniting AgeWell

October marked the 10th year since the foundation of Uniting Aged Care, renamed Uniting AgeWell last year. Events were held throughout Victoria and Tasmania to commemorate the occasion.