Youth Orchestra

Residents have been treated to an unforgettable experience! Staff at Coorparoo Aged Care have taken residents to the Old Museum in Bowen Hills.

The Old Museum was showcasing the Queensland Youth Orchestra. Everyone was s very impressed with the young, talented musicians. The youngest of the orchestra was only 12 years old and played the bassoon so perfectly. He was definitely the crowd favourite!

After the show, everyone came together to take a stroll and nestle into a restaurant for some yummy dinner!

Everyone is looking forward to the next time they can come and see the orchestra!

A day out at the club

On a beautiful sunny after no one, a few residents and staff made their way down to the Coorparoo East Leagues Club.

The afternoon was met with a tangy glass of lemon water on arrival and a line dancing show. With country and western music playing in the air, some of our residents decided to give line dancing a go. They were all  dancing squares around each other by afternoons end!

Dining on a spectacular roast dinner, packed with lots of veggies and treated to a decadent chocolate and raspberry tea cake. Everyone had a fantastic night out! Everyone cant wait to show off their new dancing moves.

We are now open!

Coorparoo Aged Care has officially opened its doors on Monday 22nd of July 2019.

For more information or to book a tour of the spectacular home, call us today on 07 3153 6000

Tom Saide – Business Development Manager

Tom Saide is the new Business Development Manager for Coorparoo Aged Care. Tom joins us from an aged care in Newcastle.
With over 20 years’ experience in senior management positions in aged care, Tom has extensive business development experience including planning strategic directions, development and expansion of services and managing organisational change. We are very excited to have Tom on board.

Debbie McPhee – Facility Manager

Debbie McPhee is Coorparoo Aged Care’s new Facility Manager. In the last 15 years, Debbie has been fulfilling her passion for aged care by using her extensive experience directing and managing the provision of nursing care services to aged clients in both community and residential settings.
She used her knowledge and skills to successfully lead the setting up and commissioning of three new aged care facilities in north Queensland. In her previous role as Facility Manager, Debbie has led the delivery of patient care and nursing services to achieve/exceed quality clinical standards and performance measures in aged care homes in southern Queensland.
We are very excited to have Debbie as part of the team.