Our Executive Team

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Compliance

Here you will find any and all regulatory notfications relating to our Community Villages, Residential Care Homes, Connect or Club Connect services.

 

Department of Planning & Infrastructure - Fire Sprinkler Installation

The following facilities do not have a fire sprinkler system installed in accordance with the Environmental Planning & Assessment Regulation 2000. This regulation requires a fire sprinkler system to beinstalled by 1 March 2016: Mt Warrigal, Coniston and Warilla.

 

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Who is Warrigal

Our Vision

Older people will have great lives.

Our Values

Integrity, respect, compassion and innovation.

Our Purpose

We support older people to create inspiring communities.

 


Our Philosophy

Our philosophy recognises how we behave always involves a choice. We choose how to behave based on what we know at the time and what we are most capable of doing to meet one or more of our basic human needs. At Warrigal we believe these needs are the general motivation for everything we do.

Older people should every day have the opportunity to be themselves and experience:

  • Independence - Freedom from total dependence on, or dominating control by, another person or organisation.
  • Dignity - Older people will always be treated as being worthy of esteem and respect.
  • Happiness - Older people should be able to experience a sense of purpose and live enriched lives with laughter and creativity.
  • Connectedness - Older people are welcomed and experience friendship, affection, acceptance, companionship and meaningful relationships.

At Warrigal our philosophy starts with “F”

“F” words - fun, food, family, friends, familiarity, freedom, fitness, future, favourite things, fruit, feelings, frolicking, fraternising, fellowship, etc.

“I chose to do what I did today. It was a good day and I was able to be myself.”

Current Research Projects

Australian National University

  • Specialist Mental Health Service for Older People
    Staff Survey Strains in Dementia Care. The project measures the levels of strains/ stress staff experience. It involves surveying staff that care for residents living with dementia.

Canberra University

  • Malnutrition Screening Project.
    Residents screened for malnutrition.

Curtin University

  • Missing workers:
    Retaining mature age women workers to ensure future labour security 45+.

Greater Southern Area Health Service/ Australian National University

  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
    For adults with anxiety and depression.

Illawarra Shoalhaven Medical Local (ISML)

  • Bridging aged care & general practice in the Illawarra Shoalhaven – a trial of improved access coordinated care and e-health technologies.
    Alternative title: Re: Better Health Care Connections: Aged Care Multidisciplinary Care Coordination and Advisory Service Program.

NSW/ACT Dementia Training Study Centre

  • Environmental Assessment Tool (EAT).
    Development of iPad application and staff training to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the physical environment for residents with dementia.

Regional Development Australia (RDA) Illawarra

  • LIEEP: Low Income Energy Efficiency Program
    “EE3A: Pathways and initiatives for low income people to manage energy” $2.3 Million Government Grant Success to Implement Energy Efficiency Project.

 

University of NSW

  • School of Aviation
    An investigation of environment related manual handling of people (MHP) risk controls that may influence resident functional mobility and staff exposure to MHP risk factors in aged care.

 

University of Wollongong/DTSC

  • EAT-HC : (Environmental Assessment Tool – High Care)
    Development of a tool to evaluate residential facilities for people in the later stages of dementia.

 

University of Wollongong/DTSC

  • Evaluating the impact of the Environment on Physical Activity Levels and Healthcare Outcomes for People with Dementia Living in Residential Aged Care Facilities.

          Development of a package to be used across Warrigal


 

University of Wollongong

  • Faculty of Business

           The process of change which occurs when organisations introduce practices to make their operations more sustainable.


University of Wollongong

  • Faculty of Commerce

           Commerce Internship Program


University of Wollongong/SBRC/AUSCCER

  • Enhancing Resilience of aged care systems to climate change: retrofitting buildings and sociocultural systems

University of Wollongong

  • School of Health Sciences

           Dietetics Food Service Inquiry Project


University of Wollongong

  • School of Health Sciences

           Annual Resident and Community Services Satisfaction Survey: Benchmarking and Quality Improvement Project


University of Wollongong

  • School of Information Systems and Technology

           Battling the challenge of continuous training of healthcare workers to use clinical IT systems through self-management of cognitive load


University of Wollongong

  • School of Medicine

           Interdiscplinary Clinical Experience (ICE) - programme


University of Wollongong

  • School of Nursing

            Supported Authentic Learning Experiences

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

Contact us

2 Pine Street, Albion Park Rail, NSW 2527
PO Box 435 Albion Park, NSW 2527
Email: warrigal@warrigal.com.au
Fax: 4257 4232

Toll free: 1800 WARRIGAL

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Volunteer with us

Warrigal was founded by volunteers and they continue to be vital to ensuring our residents happiness. From driving buses to regular visits, even assisting with our business operations, we have many varied opportunities for anyone who would like to donate their time, energy and skills to Warrigal’s residents.

Apply now