Our first priority is the safety and wellbeing of our clients, residents, employees and volunteers.
Residents and employees at Blue Care Homefield Mackay have two reasons to celebrate today following the official opening of a newly refurbished facility and the opening of a new Wellness Centre.
Brisbane mum Daniela Kerr has turned her uncertainty about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) around by using new technology, being one of the first to trial disability provider Blue Care’s pre-planning app.
After lengthy consideration and consultation with community stakeholders, Blue Care has made the decision to sell part of its Lyons Street Westcourt property to the Cairns Regional Council.
Local Brisbane artists are using their creativity to brighten the walls at local Blue Care aged care facilities to improve visual stimulation for residents living with dementia.
UnitingCare Queensland’s Blue Care campaign has been recognised as a winner of a Gold Stevie® Award in the Marketing Awards category in the fifth annual Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards today.
Blue Care’s number one priority is the wellbeing and safety of our residents and we take all matters that relate to the quality of care and service we provide very seriously.
UnitingCare Queensland CEO Craig Barke has paid tribute to Queensland’s first Blue Nurse, Olive Smith (nee Crombie), who recently passed away aged 88 years.
Blue Care Gayndah is focusing on fun while supporting people living with disability by matching their clients with a carer who enjoys similar activities.
A Blue Care Ipswich resident will get the ultimate Christmas gift when he tests his skills on
one of the grandest organs in Queensland, the Klaid Grand Organ at the Queensland
Performing Arts Centre (QPAC).
Blue Care Cloncurry and Mount Isa have taken some of their clients on the outback trip of a lifetime to nearby Richmond for three days of exploring and adventure.
On Monday, 5 June, UnitingCare Queensland Group Executive, Integrated Services SEQ, Cathy Thomas announced a new state of the art Blue Care Rehabilitation Centre as part of the $100 million Morayfield Health Hub.
UnitingCare Queensland is proud to support NAIDOC Week and celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The QNU has run a campaign focussed on providing misleading information and making baseless statements that are simply untrue.
Blue Care officially opened its new $17.5 million Townsville Mt Louisa facility today, which provides residential aged care, allied health and respite on a single site.
Edna Howes celebrated her 103rd birthday at Blue Care Mt Gravatt Respite Centre surrounded by family, friends and Blue Care staff on Wednesday 7 September 2016.
A sod turning was held today to mark the start of a $15.9 million construction and refurbishment project at Terrace Gardens Aged Care Facility in Darwin.
Blue Care Gladstone Edenvale Aged Care Facility will host Show Day on Friday 12 August, bringing residents, clients, staff and their families together to enjoy all the fun of the fair.
Blue Care will strengthen its regional presence and integrated care service model by purchasing the Argyle Gardens retirement village in Bundaberg and Carlyle Gardens retirement villages in Townsville and Mackay.
Blue Care Star of the Sea Elders Village, Australia’s most northern aged care home on Thursday Island, will undergo a $25 million refurbishment and upgrade.