Shire of Kalamunda Community Care recipients will now have a choice of service provider, following a decision by council to transition its Home and Community Care (HACC) program to Rise Network.
In The Media
Stuffed toy beagle Widget has returned to Milperra Cottage after a seven month adventure. Widget was accidentally dropped and was collected by locals. They saw the missing poster and returned him home, however we are now searching for them to them them for looking after Widget.
With the opening of the new Rise office in Cockburn Central, Rise Alderson Place Operations Manager Sarah Patterson chats to the Herald about creative solutions.
Rise guest John Pearce is a man who doesn’t give up. When he was told he may not walk again following a stroke, he set out to prove doctors wrong.
Rise has opened a new office in Cockburn Central. Alderson Place provides a new service hub in the area.
Rise has launched their first book with the release of Celebrating People 2015-2016. This coffee table book contains a series of stories about guests, staff and volunteers.