Hear from the director of the Wicking Dementia Education and Research Centre, James Vickers, and Glenview CEO Lucy O’Flaherty talk about how dementia design elements and person-centred care can have a big impact on the lives of the residents who call the village home.
Here is our CEO, Lucy O’Flaherty, sharing an update on Glenview’s two week lockdown.
Our CEO Lucy O’Flaherty spoke with 7 News Tasmania in an interview which aired on 10 November 2019. In this clip of the news story, she reveals the latest on the progress of Korongee, Australia’s first village for people living with dementia. As Lucy says in the interview: “We’re about a third of the way […]
Construction work continues to progress at Korongee, with the ground slabs poured and the timber wall framing now well underway for the three houses in Cluster 1. Retaining walls have been built around Clusters 2 and 3 in conjunction with the laying of ground slabs. Meanwhile our team is busy looking at the operational requirements […]
To say we’re proud is an understatement! Our CEO Lucy O’Flaherty was named 2019 Telstra Tasmanian Business Woman of the Year at an awards ceremony in Hobart recently and she thanked those who work beside her at Glenview. “Without my team, there is no way I would have won these awards, so a huge thanks […]