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

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Study on skin tear assessment tool wins award


Advancing quality of life for all Australians

In Australia, there are no methods for measuring the quality of life someone receiving health and aged care services at home.  

Supporting South Australians experiencing homelessness

More than 6,000 people are experiencing homelessness in South Australia each night.  

Silverchain supports expansion of palliative care in NSW

Silverchain has provided high-quality, in-home health and aged care services to many generations of Australians, including pioneering palliative care at home 40 years ago.  

Meet Vera, still enjoying a laugh at 105

Vera Ogden is an amazing woman who was born in the UK in 1917, she will celebrate her 105th birthday on 22 July doing what she loves best – spending time with her family and having a laugh.  

Silverchain expands services to the Cairns Region with support of RFDS

Australia’s leading in-home complete health and aged care provider Silverchain is expanding its range of services to Cairns and the Hinterland region with support from the Royal Flying Doctor Service (Queensland Section).  

Silverchain's new brand

Today we are changing the way we present ourselves to the community through our new brand.  

Recognising importance of Silverchain’s regional community care on International Nurses Day

For Adelaide RDNS Silverchain nurse Marion Larsen-Smith, helping vulnerable clients to stay out of hospital and remain independent in their own homes is one of the many rewarding parts of her job as a community nurse.  

Recognising Silverchain’s 1,200 incredible nurses on International Nurses Day

Providing community nursing in regional Western Australia is a “must do” on the career bucket list for Silverchain’s registered nurse Kate Kelly.  

Professor’s dedication to wound care recognised on the world stage

Silver Chain Group’s wounds expert, Professor Keryln Carville, has been recognised on the international stage with a prestigious accolade at the recent World Union of Wound Healing Societies 2022 in Abu Dhabi.  
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