Awards

There are many ways to measure Lifeview’s success in achieving industry best standards, but receiving awards as judged by our industry peers gives us the most pride.  Lifeview has received numerous awards for innovation, lifestyle programming, volunteering and employee development including:

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2015/2016 Large Provider of the Year

Recognising one large provider (over 100 employees) who demonstrates leadership, innovation and excellence in service delivery.

A leader in person-centred care Lifeview received this award for its focus on resident wellbeing and quality of life through best practice lifestyle programming. Also recognised was Lifeview's partnership with Alzheimer's Australia Vic, the resident Magic Moments program and the company's leading LGBTI inclusion and development initiatives.

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2015/2016 Employee of the Year

Tracey Hobson – Social Support Coordinator, Lifeview The Willows

Recognising the dedication and contribution of an individual employee in the delivery of care and/or services to older people.

Tracey spends her days enriching the lives of residents. By designing lifestyle programs that reflect the interests and abilities of residents, and taking best practice ideas, turning them into meaningful and exciting events, Tracey ensures Lifeview residents live exciting and fulfilling lives.

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2015/2016 Volunteer of the Year

Brodie Farrer – Lifeview Willow Wood

Recognising a individual who generously volunteers their time to enhance the health outcomes and wellbeing of older Victorians.

Brodie's ability to light up a room and put a smile on the faces of residents is amazing. A Cerebral Palsy sufferer Brodie is an important part of the fabric that is Lifeview Willow Wood – her one and only focus is making resident's days.

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2013 Better Practice Award – Resident Lifestyle

Australian Aged Care Quality Agency, recognised Lifeview for excelling in resident lifestyle by awarding the organisation the coveted 2013 Better Practice Award for Resident Lifestyle.

The award was presented to Lifeview in the category of Resident Lifestyle for the annual PAC (Positive Ageing Celebration) Event. Formed from an innovative concept, the PAC Event demonstrates improvement and innovation and brings enjoyment to residents. The event also embraces the diversity of resident interests and abilities, and gives them an opportunity to live their possibilities.

award volunteer finalist 2015

2014/2015 Volunteer of the Year Finalist

Roger Neal – Lifeview Emerald Glades

Recognising a individual who generously volunteers their time to enhance the health outcomes and wellbeing of older Victorians.

Roger has been a valued Lifeview volunteer at Emerald Glades since February 2012. During this time, Roger has proven himself to be an exceptionally willing and accommodating person, who is “never too busy to lend a hand.” Roger established the Men's Shed in 2012 and it quickly became the most popular social gathering for male residents at the home.

award volunteer finalist 2014

2013/14 Employee of the Year Finalist

Lyn Archer - Clinical Care Coordinator, Lifeview Willow Wood

Recognising the dedication and contribution of an individual employee in the delivery of care and/or services to older people.

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