Saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy, so to honour the memory of some beloved residents who recently passed away, staff at our Juniper Sarah Hardey Residential Aged Care Home recently held a memorial service.
Attended by family members and current residents, the event was organised by our dedicated therapy team with support from our Juniper Pastoral and Spiritual Care Coordinator Liz Wong.
The event included a slideshow of photos of the late residents, along with music to add a special touch.
While there were no dry eyes in the room, the memorial service brought some comfort to those who are still grieving their friends and loved ones.
At Juniper, all our residents and their families can seek support from our dedicated Pastoral and Spiritual Care team, who take a holistic, person-centred approach to support residents, their family and staff when it comes to dealing with grief, loss and pain.

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