The Regis Group is a well respected private aged care provider specialising in residential aged care. Proudly Australian owned the Regis Group has delivered its services since 1992.
We are one of Australia's largest private aged care providers, yet we have never compromised our strict standards on quality or care to achieve that distinction.
Regis offers a range of services including low and high care, dementia specific care, respite services as well as extra services. Regis has recently launched its Community Care Division known as RegisCare. We currently offer community packages to clients in the Mildura area.
Regis Home Care is offered in Mildura, Metropolitan Melbourne, Cairns & Darwin.
Regis also operates retirement villages throughout Queensland.
Regis residences are designed to offer an environment that is pleasant, comfortable and friendly in which our residents can feel safe, secure and relaxed. We focus on enabling our residents to make a smooth transition, recognising their immediate and long-term needs.
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Employees and seniors at aged care organisation Regis North Fremantle were able to spend the day in their favourite and most comfortable pyjamas recently, all in a bid to help raise funds for children in foster care. The fun fundraiser also included a host of activities, including the making of teddy bears to donate to disadvantaged children.
We’ve all heard everybody needs good neighbours, but on the eve of International Friendship Day, we are reminded that we all need good friends too. And friendships are truly flourishing at popular aged care home, Regis Woodlands, if resident Annette Simons’ recent experience is anything to go by.
Friends are important at every stage of life and, with that in mind, International Day of Friendship on Sunday 30 July will have special significance for two residents living at Regis Nedlands. That’s because, despite both being nonagenarians, residents Joan Gendall and Meredith Jacob are living proof that age is never a barrier to making new friendships.
An intergenerational partnership between students at Hollywood Primary School and residents at Regis Weston in Nedlands is resulting in some unlikely friendships between students and seniors, who are bonding over art, storytelling and reading.
Regis, a leading provider of aged care services, is proud to celebrate the remarkable achievements of one of its exceptional employees, Chris Grady, who was recently awarded the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for his exceptional service to aged welfare.
The residents at Regis Port Macquarie in NSW experienced a delightful day out in the local community, filled with laughter, camaraderie, and the satisfying flavours of fish and chips. The weather couldn't have been more perfect as the Ladies Group gathered for their monthly lunch, taking full advantage of the sunshine and the serene surroundings.
Fun and frivolity were on offer to both young and old this week as residents from a popular western suburbs aged care home attended a playgroup. Bringing joy to both seniors and children, the intergenerational playgroup saw residents from Regis Nedlands share stories, songs and snacks with the next generation, while also participating in play and spending time chatting and catching up with the youngsters.
The importance of having a positive outlet to spend time with other blokes isn’t lost on the care team or male residents at Regis Greenmount, an issue even more pertinent during Men’s Health Week this week.
Global Day of Parents is marked on 1 June and aims to honour parents and their commitment to children worldwide. The United Nations observance is also being marked at Regis Bunbury, where the popular aged care home is set to recognise all of the parents amongst its tightly knit community, and acknowledge their selfless commitment to children.
The very latest visitor to be welcomed by seniors and staff at Regis Greenmount has four legs and a tail that wags enthusiastically. Four-year-old Ruby, the mini ‘Groodle’ - a golden retriever crossed with a poodle - visits the aged care home every Monday alongside her owner, Regis Greenmount’s Lifestyle Assistant Laura Swainson, with the pair now having become a huge hit amongst residents.
Meet Judy, an exceptional volunteer at Regis Cranbourne who is committed to making a difference in the lives of the Regis community. Though she only began volunteering in January, her journey with Regis started more than a decade ago when she worked as a cleaner at Regis Frankston for almost 10 years until her retirement in 2020 due to COVID-19.
Introducing Concetta, a courageous and inspiring woman whose selflessness and dedication to serving her community are truly remarkable. Now residing at Regis Lutwyche, a leading aged care residence, Concetta's legacy of community service continues to inspire those around her. At the age of 24, Concetta left her home in Italy and journeyed to Australia with her sister. She established herself in New Farm, Brisbane and quickly joined forces with two brothers to make a name for herself in her new community.
International Nurses Day will cut through the generations at Regis Nedlands, as retired nurses who are now residents of the popular aged care home celebrate their careers of caring alongside current nursing staff.
Regis, one of Australia's leading aged care providers, is proud to celebrate International Nurses Day, which takes place annually on 12 May. This year's theme — Our Nurses. Our Future. — highlights the need to learn lessons from the pandemic and translate these into actions for the future.
Regis Bunbury resident Joan Lantzke will celebrate her 100th birthday on Friday 5 May surrounded by family and friends who are flying in from around Australia, and who say the centenarian remains committed to others and has a wonderful heart.
A new exhibition spearheaded by residents at popular aged care home Regis Greenmount is ‘making the invisible, visible’ by putting seniors in the spotlight, with the aim of breaking down negative attitudes towards ageing and older generations.
More than 100 years on from the birth of the Anzac legend, Regis Bunbury will commemorate the Anzac heroes and other ex-service men and women in its midst ahead of Anzac Day on Tuesday April 25. And despite - at 82 years of age - being far too young to have experienced the First World War or even World War II first-hand, the day will still hold particular significance for resident Lance Bartlett, who has lived at the popular aged care home for the last 18 months, as he joins fellow residents to commemorate those who served their country during wartime.
Clients at Regis Home Care Darwin Day Therapy Centre have come up with a new basketball program that encourages older Australians to increase their ball skills. This initiative has been running for a while now, and the program has been tweaked over time to suit the clients' needs.
Regis Aged Care is proud to announce that on Monday 3 April, resident Brian Kelly (95) received the Medal of the Order of Australia for his outstanding service to the community of Tocumwal, NSW. Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young AC PSM, Governor of Queensland, presented the award to Brian in a special ceremony at Regis Kuluin, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
Meet Pad, a resident of Regis East Malvern who has lived an extraordinary life and has a strong passion for poetry. At ninety years old, Manikku Wadu Padmasi de Silva has accomplished more than most people can even dream of. From being an academic with a PhD from the University of Hawaii to becoming an author of more than eight books, Pad has done it all.