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Generous donation supports our customers

8th May 2020

Thanks to the generosity of Prendiville Catholic College, Rocky Bay are able to offer teletherapy to even more customers who may not have the required technology. Prendiville Catholic College Business Manager, Terry Raphael, approached Rocky Bay Occupational Therapist, Ally Raphael (pictured right, with Rocky Bay’s Clinical General Manager, Michelle Dillon and Terry), on behalf of the College with a donation offer of two Apple Mac desktop computers and two Apple …

Fitness at home

8th May 2020

  KRIS’S GENERAL HEALTH AND INJURY TIPS While we are required to stay home due to COVID-19 restrictions, not only do we need to adapt to a new way of living, but keeping active and fit has never been more important. Rocky Bay’s Fitness Officer, Kris Ingham, has shared his tips to get you moving throughout the current COVID-19 restrictions. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY TIPS It’s easy to add some incidental exercise …

Customer Connect: A new way to care

8th May 2020

Rocky Bay understands the need to stay connected with customers who are feeling overwhelmed by the various challenges and changes imposed by the coronavirus. Rocky Bay’s General Manager Community, Anne-Marie Cox, as Project Sponsor along with Advanced Clinician, Emma Birch, as Project Manager, quickly developed a team whose objective is to keep communication lines open and ensure that our customers are safe and getting the support they need. Customers are …

Teletherapy in action

23rd April 2020

Our therapy customers, with the guidance of our therapy staff, have seamlessly adapted therapy sessions to suit a new way of working in the COVID-19 environment, with teletherapy services being used more frequently by therapists. Rocky Bay Speech Pathologist, Liz Baird, has been conducting successful teletherapy sessions with her customers, with a recent session with a young customer proving a hit! The teletherapy session worked just like regular therapy sessions …

ANZAC Commemoration

23rd April 2020

ANZAC Day will be remembered on Saturday 25 April. With all commemoration events cancelled due to COVID-19, the community are coming up with brilliant ways of remembering this important day at home. A great way you could commemorate ANZAC Day at home is to stand at the end of your driveway, or on your balcony, at 6am with a candle, to honour all of those who served and died in …
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