Residents at McNamara Lodge had a 'Royal Show' experience recently - without even having to leave home. That's because the RAAFA therapy team organised for a host of farm animals to visit residents at ..
They may not be Olympians - or even tri-athletes - but residents at Erskine Grove in Mandurah took part in their own mini-Olympics recently. The brainchild of David Lloyd, President of the Branch Resident's ..
RAAFA is set to expand its facilities, having finalised the acquisition of an existing retirement village in Rockingham. Challenger Court is a small retirement village consisting of 50 one-bedroom units ..
James McMahon DSC, AM, DSM had a long and illustrious career in the Australian Defence Force, which spanned more than two decades and saw him personally awarded the Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) and ..
RAAFA's Amity Village Albany residents Leigh Sheldon and Dot Price blazed a trail for other women in WA's education sector during their own lifetimes.
More than 120 members of RAAFA's extended community, gathered for the official launch of the Andrew Russell Veteran's Living (ARVL) Program in Western Australia.
AFME resident and great, great, grandfather Gil Carter readily admits that he doesn't want to be anywhere else other than home.
Age proved no barrier late last year to the strong friendships which bloomed as part of the Adopt a Grandparent program at AFME.
When asked what Remembrance Day meant to them, two residents from Cambrai Village, whilst both veterans, had very different reflections.
An inaugural Women in Air Force celebratory event which took place towards the end of October at the Aviation Heritage Museum brought a whole new meaning to the term ladies who lunch.
Cambrai Village residents Gordon and Brenda Barker are people who were focused on their research and due diligence when they decided to make the move into retirement living
Meadow Springs Estate resident Lyn Boston was Perth’s first ever aqua aerobics instructor.
The Olympic games in Japan was the inspiration behind a recent travel experience enjoyed by residents at Vivian Bullwinkel Lodge at RAAFA’s Cambrai Village.
New VR experience not for the feint hearted. On Sunday, 12 September, at the Spring Family Day, the Aviation Heritage Museum was very proud to open its newest virtual reality exhibit, The Macchi
One of the biggest reasons that prompted Eddie and Lynette Eaton to move from their home in Alkimos to RAAFA’s Merriwa Estate was to gain a greater sense of community.
They say the best friendships are based on a solid foundation of sarcasm, laughter, alcohol and the ability to come together to put the world to rights.
About 10,000 Australians were part of the RAF’s Bomber Command, working as pilots, engineers, navigators, bomb aimers, wireless operators and gunners.
Ruth Harris openly admits that she is ‘very blessed’ to have a range of services provided by RAAFA Connect that enable her to stay living independently at home.