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Amana Living CEO handover captures media imagination

It's an exciting time in aged care, and especially for Amana Living, as Stephanie Buckland takes over the CEO role from Ray Glickman.

As Stephanie and Ray work together for a two-week handover period, WA Business News saw an opportunity to get the two leaders together to discuss the future of care and services for over-55s. During the interview, Stephanie said of Amana Living:

Enrichment on Channel 7

Our enrichment activities have attracted the attention of Channel 7, with two segments airing earlier this month.

The intergenerational activities at Club Kinross provided excellent footage for Today Tonight. Children from the local kindy visit our clients with dementia regularly to play games. The fun had by both generations is quite touching, and importantly it provides our clients with an opportunity to be 'grandparents' and the children with the chance to mix with older people when they may not have extended family around.

I Wanna B in aged care

Dynamic student support service Student Edge has chosen Amana Living as its partner for promoting careers in aged care. 

Student Edge oversees the production of the Channel 7 careers program for high school and undergraduate students, I Wanna B. In the first series, Amana Living Service Manager Sharon Maitland took part in a brief interview to throw a spotlight onto aged care as a challenging and appealing career choice. 

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