The Annual Report includes Group-wide achievements, highlights from individual services and teams, and a financial summary.

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40 years of Silverchain’s palliative care at home sets WA ahead for end-of-life

Silverchain’s palliative care at home service in Western Australia has allowed more people in WA to die in their home, as their preferred place, compared to any other state or territory.  

Major grant awarded to implement new technology to improve home care for older Australians

The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) and leading in-home care provider, Silverchain, have received significant funding from Aged Care Research & Industry Innovation Australia (ARIIA), to support the advancement of in-home care.  

New aspirin study sheds light on fall risks

 

Inaugural mental health PhD scholarship to support next generation of researchers

Australia’s leading in-home complete health and aged care provider Silverchain has established a PhD scholarship program to grow the next generation of researchers.  

Silverchain rolls out community-based defibrillators to help save lives

 

Supporting clients to stay well through tailored allied health services

 

New complete home care services to meet growing Victorian demand

 

40 years of palliative care at home

This year marks the 40th year of the Silverchain palliative care service that has provided generations of Western Australians with access to quality palliative care in the comfort and safety of their own homes. In this feature, we hear from some of our palliative care team members in Perth about their dedication to our clients and providing quality care.  

World-class research partnership receives $2m grant to better manage depression in older Australians

An innovative model of mental health care for older people has received a $2 million grant from the Medical Research Future Fund, with the research to be led by Silverchain and Monash University.  

Physiotherapy helps grandmother get back on her feet after fall

When Thornlie resident Wilma broke her hip after suffering a fall at home last November, she thought she would never walk again.  
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