When it comes to a ‘lock up and leave’ lifestyle, living at Cambrai can be pretty perfect.
There are probably many people who would say that RAAFA’s Meadow Springs estate is the best place in Australia to live, and residents Heath Pike and partner Wendy Wessell are certainly enthusiastic fans
The Australian Government recently passed the Australian Veterans’ Recognition Bill 2019 putting veterans and their families first.
Lost glasses spark new-found friendship Who’d have thought that losing a pair of glasses could spark a lifelong friendship?
We are excited to announce that a review of the master plan for our oldest estate is underway. Plus Architecture and Urbis (the Project Team) have been engaged by RAAFA to develop a master plan for the ..
According to AFME resident Rosa Palmer and her family, receiving services from RAAFA Connect not only enables her to remain living independently in her Mirage Terraces apartment, she also benefits from ..
More than 30 Year Six students from All Saints College visit residents from AFME most Friday mornings as part of an intergenerational project and is proving friendship has no barriers when it comes to ..
2019 is a special milestone for RAAFA and we both feel extremely privileged to be associated with the organisation as we recognise our 90th year.
If you live in your own home or on any RAAFA estate and require a little assistance to keep you healthy and independent, turn to RAAFA Connect.
91-year-old Joyce Barron has lived in the Mandurah home she has loved for 46 years, and she’s still able to remain living independently with the support of RAAFA Connect.
Attention all former Australian Defence Force (ADF) persons. Have you had any dealings with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) for Service or Disability Entitlements?
Knitting and nattering group welcomes everyone. Amity Villages Dot Pryor, coordinator of the craft group, is the first to say that the Monday afternoon get-together is as much about nattering as it ..
97-year-old McNamara Lodge resident Bob Porteous may have served his country during WWII, but when it comes to recalling the war years he is quick to say that he remembers too much, and in fact has spent ..
If you haven’t visited RAAFA’s Erskine Grove estate for a while you may notice something different about one of their major landmarks.
“Every single one of the girls who visit are an absolute pleasure,” says Air Force Memorial Estate resident Frances Anderson who has been a RAAFA Connect client for over 12 months.
At 68 years young, some of Wayne and Dianne Fawcett’s friends were surprised when they announced they were moving into RAAFA’s Merriwa Estate.
If you haven’t heard of ‘exergaming’, then read on because we are incredibly proud of this fantastic initiative at Air Force Memorial Estate - which is the only intergenerational project of its kind in ..
Doris Murphy is the first to say that she and her husband Patrick are only able to remain living in their own Kardinya home as a result of the support services received from RAAFA Connect.
The recently launched Building Bridges program at Alice Ross-King Care Centre, a collaboration between RAAFA, Alzheimer’s Australia, the City of Melville and not-for-profit organisation Attitudinal Healing, ..