More services, supporting and enabling more people right across the country. That’s the reason RSL Care and RDNS came together to become Bolton Clarke.
Ageing has its challenges, but also its joys and opportunities. At Bolton Clarke we provide hands-on support and assistance whenever and wherever you need it – from a home nursing visit to a friendly hand with the cooking or gardening. Bolton Clarke At Home Support services in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia & Tasmania are designed to help you live as independently as possible, wherever you live.
With Bolton Clarke Retirement Living we take the time to create warm and welcoming places where you can breathe easy, enjoy old interests or discover new ones, and feel safe, secure and connected to the people you love.
And if you need more constant support, our Bolton Clarke Residential Aged Care communities in New South Wales & Queensland are staffed by caring professionals who’ll make sure you get the nursing and personal care you need.
Bolton Clarke draws on over 200 years of combined experience delivering practical, roll-up-your-sleeves support – the kind that enables you to live the best life possible.
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Bolton Clarke Inverpine volunteer Margaret Crosby has been awarded the Dickson Local Legend Award on Australia Day for her many years of community as a volunteer with a number of charities and organisations.
The residents of Bolton Clarke Talbarra residential aged care community in Waterford have been treated to a very slippery and scaly Australia Day party featuring a visit from some weird and wonderful Australian wildlife.
Bolton Clarke’s Fairview community at Pinjarra Hills has gone to incredible effort to successfully host three separate Christmas parties at the same time for residents, family and friends of the residential aged care site.
Bolton Clarke’s Centaur Memorial residential aged care community in Caloundra held their annual Christmas concert this week which featured live music, Rock’n’Roll dancers and fantastic performances from local dance groups including ballet, jazz, tap and even aerial acrobatics.
Bolton Clarke, Australia’s largest independent not-for-profit provider of independent living, health and aged care services, has negotiated the purchase of a parcel of land in the Queen Street Village on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Bolton Clarke has won further recognition for innovation, this time in wearable technology. The Designing for Ageing Well Challenge, co-sponsored by Telstra and RMIT rewards innovative thinking in design for Australia’s ageing community.
Age is no barrier to having fun - that’s the message that rang out loud and clear when residents from Bolton Clarke’s Centaur Memorial community at Caloundra, on the Sunshine Coast, hit the road for a holiday to the Gold Coast last week.
Bolton Clarke is expanding its work in the application of virtual reality technology into Residential Aged Care with a pilot that aims to improve resident experience and provide training opportunities for staff working with residents with dementia.
Residents, families, staff and volunteers at Bolton Clarke’s Talbarra Community in Waterford, Queensland used the cooler weather as an excuse to enjoy all the traditional trimmings at their Christmas in July celebration this month.
A new ground-breaking approach to mealtime for people with restricted diets, developed by Bolton Clarke’s Hotel Services team, has won the Innovation of the Year – Food award at the 6th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards 2018.
It was a once in a life time spectacular – a three-hour celebration of Australian culture complete with Delta Goodrem and a giant whale floating across Carrara stadium. The 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games had officially begun and Bolton Clarke communities on the Coast were quick to celebrate.