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Category: News Stories

07 July 2023

NAIDOC Week

This week is NAIDOC Week which marks the celebration of the histories, cultures and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.


Category: Opinion

Benetas is encouraging retirees to join the workforce.


Category: News Stories

This week, we celebrate National Volunteer Week, which provides us with a great opportunity to thank, honour, recognise and celebrate the vital role our volunteers play in our community.


Category: News Stories

Our development of a new seniors living health and ageing precinct in the Macedon Ranges continues to attract attention from the local community. Below is an update to share how each of these projects are progressing.


Category: Media Releases

Alicia Goddard has been appointed as the new General Manager for People, Culture and Diversity at leading not-for-profit aged care, in-home and community services provider, Benetas.


Category: News Stories

The Gisborne Men's Shed has once again built an amazing cubby house to be raffled with all proceeds going to the Gisborne Foodbank.


Category: Opinion

03 November 2022

Juggling Act

In an aged care sector under scrutiny and facing increasing resourcing challenges, providing good quality care remains imperative, according to Benetas CEO Sandra Hills OAM.


Category: Media Releases

Leading not for profit aged care, in-home and community services provider, Benetas, welcomes Elyssia Clark as the new General Manager of Customer, Insights and Marketing.


Category: Media Releases

The Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing, supported by Benetas, worked together with leaders at Belvedere Aged Care, an aged care provider in South-East Melbourne, to co-design multilingual communication cards with their residents from culturally diverse backgrounds.


Category: Media Releases

Benetas is pleased to announce that Nikolaus Rittinghausen has been appointed as the new Manager, Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing (The Centre).


Category: News Stories

Our first residents have now moved into St John’s Rise retirement living located in Mooroolbark.


Category: Media Releases

Campbell Richards has been appointed as Benetas’ CFO and Company Secretary.


Category: Media Releases

Benetas is excited to announce that we will be delivering services to a new cohort of people living in the Latrobe, Baw Baw and Hepburn shires, who are eligible to be part of the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP).


Category: Media Releases

Benetas is pleased to announce their new appointment by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, to provide Veteran Home Care Package Assessment services to 2,823 veterans across Queensland.


Category: Media Releases

Some thoughtful and proactive nurses from Benetas’ In Home Nursing Service team have collected some much-needed medical supplies for Ukraine.


Category: Media Releases

Leading aged care provider, Benetas has appointed John Staines to the newly created position of Chief Information Officer (CIO).


Category: Media Releases

Benetas has announced the pending acquisition of Bridgewater Lake Retirement Estate in Roxburgh Park. Currently owned by family-run Parks Villages, the Estate will formally shift to Benetas ownership on 1 April 2022.


Category: Media Releases

In November 2021, the “You Can Ask for What You Need from Aged Care Services” film was released by the Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing in 16 different languages. The film aims to raise awareness for consumers from culturally diverse backgrounds about their right to give feedback to an aged care service.


Category: News Stories

Benetas St Paul’s Terrace residential aged care home in Frankston is fortunate to have a couple of kind hearted toy makers in the home. Resident Maria Hollway has a knack for knitting and a compassionate heart as she has spent the last few weeks knitting Trauma Teddy’s for the children in Frankston Hospital Emergency Department.


Category: News Stories

Benetas Pastoral Care practitioners have needed to pivot from their usual work in order to meet the increased demand for support.