MercyCare

MercyCare

MercyCare is a leading Catholic provider of aged care and community services.

MercyCare's Residential Aged Care Services are located in five sites across the Perth metropolitan region. With a range of accommodation options that meet the changing needs of the community, MercyCare welcomes residents from a wide diversity of cultural and religious backgrounds.

MercyCare deliver the best aged care services in a manner that is consistent with their values of compassion, excellence, integrity and respect for each resident.  All aged care services are tailored to meet your individual needs; there is no one-size-fits-all approach at MercyCare.


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Seniors Gift Newborn Care Packages to Families in Need

on Tuesday, July 27, 2021

A group of kind-hearted seniors from MercyCare’s Harman Park Community Centre in Belmont have put their knitting and crocheting talents to good use by creating newborn care packages for families whose babies are born at King Edward Memorial Hospital.

Gentle Giant Brings Joy to MercyCare’s Maddington Residents

on Friday, June 18, 2021

It’s not often you see a majestic Clydesdale trotting through the corridors of an aged care home. But it was a sight to behold for residents at MercyCare Maddington Residential Aged Care Home, who were buzzing with excitement when therapy horse Black Jack recently paid them a visit.

Wembley Residents Lap Up Silent Disco

on Friday, April 30, 2021

It’s not just Generation Y or avid music festivalgoers that are in on the silent rave scene. At MercyCare Wembley Residential Aged Care home, silent discos are all the rage.

MercyCare’s Memory Kits a Hit with Clients Living with Dementia

on Friday, October 2, 2020

From games played as a child to the hits of Doris Day and Elvis Presley, MercyCare’s new Memory Kits are proving a hit with its Community and Home Support clients living with dementia.

MercyCare Joins Vision for Cecil Avenue

on Monday, March 11, 2019

MercyCare has announced plans to build Perth’s first intergenerational care campus in Cannington. 

Student Volunteers Make a Significant Impact at MercyCare

on Tuesday, September 5, 2017

When Ruvimbo Tambiri spent her April school holidays helping seniors living at MercyCare Rockingham, the experience had such a profound impact on her life that she relinquished her July holidays to continue her efforts.

Centenarian Leads Knitting Circle for Residents at MercyCare Wembley

on Tuesday, August 1, 2017

For Angela Di Mori age is no barrier, especially when it comes to handicrafts. At 100 years old, Mrs Di Mori is leading a knitting circle at MercyCare’s Residential Aged Care home in Wembley, teaching staff and fellow residents the craft she has perfected since she was a child.

Volunteers are Music to MercyCare’s Ears

on Thursday, June 1, 2017

For Cedric Collars, it is music – not laughter – that is the “best medicine”. As a volunteer musician with MercyCare, Mr Collars shares his love of all things musical by providing fortnightly sing-a-longs for senior citizens, accompanied by his beloved keyboard.

Refurbishments Transform MercyCare’s Wembley Residential Aged Care Home

on Thursday, March 23, 2017

After a year of careful planning, refurbishments are well underway at MercyCare’s Residential Aged Care home in Wembley, WA with the positive effects already being felt by residents, their families, staff and volunteers.

MercyCare Celebrates International Volunteer Day

on Wednesday, December 7, 2016

To show their appreciation and thanks for their hardworking volunteers' help and support during the year, MercyCare hosted the Annual Volunteers get together, which was held at the Community Centre at Mercy Village.

MercyCare Welcomes its Newest Aged Care Residents, Staff and Volunteers

on Wednesday, October 12, 2016

MercyCare recently welcomed their newest aged care residents, staff members and volunteers, following the acquisition of four Belrose Care facilities in Western Australia. 

Elder Wisdom Recruited to MercyCare Interview Panels

on Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Residents at MercyCare’s Residential Aged Care facility in Wembley are helping recruit new staff under a plan to give them a more active role in the centre’s operations.

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