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Didgeridoo man Geoff Taylor plays for our Elders

Seasoned didgeridoo player Geoff Taylor puts on a very entertaining performance for our Elders at Margriet Manor, Kilsyth

Nov 29, 2017
 

Day trip to Mount Buller, Victoria

Our youth settlement team in Werribee took thirty six young people from various multicultural backgrounds to Mt Buller as part of the Wyndham Humanitarian Network Youth Working Group school holiday program

Oct 23, 2017
 

Netherlands Ambassador Erica Schouten pays a visit

The Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Australia, Mrs Erica Schouten, dropped by to visit staff and Elders at Overbeek Lodge in Melbourne, Victoria.

Oct 03, 2017
 

Driving school program in Footscray

Our settlement team in Footscray are currently holding a driving school program to teach Tibetan clients Australian driving laws and to help them prepare for their driver's learning test

Oct 03, 2017
 

She's back!

The windmill restoration project led by our volunteers Steve and Louis, was a long time coming according to Connie Uilderks, our Lifestyle Co-ordinator at Margriet Manor, Kilsyth.

Sep 25, 2017
 

Cafe Bazaar

Cafe Bazaar is a welcoming place that people can come to and enjoy the company of other seniors from various backgrounds.

Sep 14, 2017
 

Elderly Greeks need someone to talk to in their mother language

MiCare is a non-profit organisation that aims to help elderly in Melbourne. Currently MiCare is looking for Greek speaking volunteers to help Greeks in need of company, through their visiting programs. Micare's Social Services Coordinator, Julie Trutsch talked to Vasili Ragousi about the program.

Sep 14, 2017
 

A word from our Executive Director

MiCare supports migrants and refugees across a range of services ranging from child and youth activities, employment preparation, family support programs to retirement living and aged services.

Sep 13, 2017
 

Saying goodbye to Mrs Klaassen

Monique van Dam is relatively new as an admissions officer at MiCare’s residential accommodation facility, Margriet Manor, which is why she was not expecting to see the reaction to one of our Elders sadly passing away. The death of our beloved residents is something that, of course, happens from time to time, given the age, health and care needs of our Elders, but Monique was touched and amazed by what happened next.

Aug 09, 2017

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MiCare provides services to people from a range of ethnic backgrounds.