Activities made by our wonderful volunteer
We have some new activities to enjoy
Daryl one of or volunteers designed and made these wonderful items for us to enjoy.
They are set up in the OT Room along with a Wi sports console is linked to the big TV Brian and Sara will help if you need
Karaoke With Bill
We had a great afternoon of sing-along with Bill.
Bill has been doing Karaoke for a long time brought along his equipment and a wide variety of songs for us to sing.
This is going to be a regular activity once a month,
next one the 10th of August 1.00pm in the community hall bring your best voice
Visiting Entertainer Paul
Paul comes to Roseneath every couple of months with his special brand of old-time music and interesting anecdotes.
One of our walks,
we walked to Mc Donalds for ice-cream and a rest before the walk home.
We all enjoy the wonderful walks, anyone can come along.
Out for coffee
We visited The Strawberry Patch for coffee and scones where we enjoyed each others company.
Roseneath Aged Care is establishing a Consumer Advisory Body
What is a Consumer Advisory Body?
A ‘Consumer Advisory Body’ provides valuable feedback to the organisations governing body and gives consumers a voice. The advisory body is made up of consumers from the Roseneath community and their representatives. Participation in the advisory body is voluntary, and the consumers may not wish to form an advisory body at a particular time.
The role of a Consumer Advisory Body?
Members of the advisory body are willing to share their experience and knowledge of the aged care homes care and services with management and the Board of Directors. The advisory body provides insights and ideas to help with problem solving. Consumer views are valued and they play an important role in helping to identify areas for improvement. They support the organisation to engage with consumer’s and their representatives who can assist the organisation to identify solutions.
When the Consumer Advisory Body is formed, the organisations governing body will consider all feedback received about the quality of care and services we provide. We will maintain records, monitor, and report in writing how feedback is used and considered, and the actions taken where issues are identified. This includes addressing, and working to fix, any issues raised, and using the information to plan improvement and show they have been made.
A written invitation to establish a consumer advisory body will be made to all consumers (residents) and their representatives. In making the offer, staff will engage and advise consumers and their representatives of the purpose and functions of the consumer advisory body and how you can take part.
The Consumer Advisory Body is due to be established for commencement 1 December 2023. If a Consumer Advisory Body is not established at this time due to lack of interest, it will be offered again to consumers and their representatives at least once every 12 months.
Up coming events
Our Resident Dj Bill will be conducting another Karaoke session 10th August in the Community Hall at 1pm all are welcome.
On our next walk Judy Frazer will join us with some dogs for us to walk or throw a ball to. Tuesday 8th.