Aged care provider was awards finalist
A local aged care provider has attended an awards dinner held at on Sydney Harbour on Friday, Novermber 10, as a finalist for "employer excellence in aged care".
BlueWave Living was a finalist the 2017 Regional Achievement and Community Awards.
BlueWave Living in Woy Woy is a community owned, non-profit organisation providing care to 139 residents, since 1989.
Onsite services include physiotherapy, hairdressing, pet therapy, art classes, activities and social outings.
BlueWave Living has 100 staff who benefit from flexible hours, education opportunities, scholarships and subsidised gym memberships.
The facility's staff wellbeing focus has resulted in low staff turnover with some employees having worked in excess of 20 years.
The Awards were attended by NSW Minister for Lands and Forestry Mr Paul Toole to celebrate regional NSW's high achievers and community contributors.
Media release, 17 Nov 2017
Kylie Scott, Bluewave Living
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