Spiritual Wellbeing

Helping our residents and clients to find meaning, purpose, hope and connection is an important part of the care services that we provide. We believe that spiritual care needs are just as important as physical health and they can be met in a range of different ways, such as nature, creativity, and relationships with loved ones. For some people, faith and religion are very important. For those with secular beliefs, it could be having someone to listen, provide support or just share some quality time.

Our Spiritual Wellbeing workers are hands-on practitioners who are responsible for providing care which centres on a holistic approach that supports the individual needs of our residents and clients.

If you have a tertiary qualification and experience in counselling or a related field and you’re passionate about making a positive difference in the lives of older people, take a look at our current job opportunities via our Job Portal, where you can also register for future job alerts. You can also express your interest in future job opportunities by completing this form.