The awards recognise Lifeview’s leadership, innovation and excellence in service delivery. “We are absolutely delighted and honoured to have been recognised by LASA Victoria for the work we are doing, Lifeview chief executive officer (CEO) Madeline Gall says.
“This is a remarkable achievement that all our staff are proud of. Lifeview staff are dedicated, committed and passionate people, who truly make a difference.
“It is one thing for a company and its leadership team to have a vision, but without amazing people to bring it to life, it will remain only a vision”, Ms Gall adds.
Lifeview was recognised for excellence in its provision of person-centred care, resident wellbeing and quality of life through best practice lifestyle programming. Lifeview’s partnership with Alzheimer’s Australia Vic on the Virtual Forest project and industry leading LGBTI inclusion and development program were also recognised as key factors in Lifeview taking out this award.
In addition to being awarded Large Provider of the Year, Lifeview also took home two further individual awards for excellence.
Social Support Coordinator, Tracey Hobson, was awarded Employee of the Year for her work in the area of lifestyle programming. The award recognising dedication and contribution by an individual employee in the delivery of care and services to older people.
20-year old Brodie Farrer was recognised as Volunteer of the Year for her time in enhancing the health outcomes and wellbeing of residents at Lifeview Willow Wood.
“Lifeview is truly a forward thinking and passionate organization, one which I am proud to lead”, Ms Gall says.