Strategic Plan 2018 – 2022
We have just completed an extraordinary period of change and growth during which we have seen the further development of services Emmy Monash has proudly delivered to the Jewish Community.
Our philosophy has always been that before we embark on any major changes we consult with our stakeholders, our community, residents, families and staff. Today’s Emmy Monash reflects that consultation … Read more
Australian Healthcare Week Awards
We are delighted to announce that Emmy Monash is a finalist in two categories at the Australian Healthcare Week Awards.
Best Aged Care Facility – Emmy Monash Gandel House
We are so proud of the amazing environment we have delivered for seniors in our community.
With the completion of Gandel House, Emmy Monash has become a more vibrant community hub, … Read more
6th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards 2018
We are delighted to announce that Emmy Monash is a finalist in three categories of the 6th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards 2018.
Best Active Ageing Program: Still Firing – Journeys through Sculptures and Clay
A partnership initiated by Emmy Monash Aged Care with Duldig Studios and Bialik College, Still Firing is a creative sensory program focussed on clay sculpture … Read more
Farewell Naomi Bala
Naomi Bala, Emmy’s well respected Clinical Care Manager has retired. She has been at Emmy for ten years, and has served Jewish seniors in the community for 36 years. Naomi will be sorely missed by many residents, families and colleagues. We wish her every happiness in her retirement.… Read more
Jewish Music Appreciation Series
We are delighted to kick off 2018 with a brand-new program under the Lifelong Learning umbrella. Partnering with the Jewish Learning Together program which was initiated by Dean Ellinson in memory of his mother Varda Ellinson z’l, Emmy Monash will offer a range of eminent speakers to foster Jewish learning on a variety of topics.
We launched the program with … Read more
In today’s Zumba session residents enjoyed a virtual round the world trip. They gently moved to the beat of music from Africa, India, Asia and South America.… Read more
Melbourne Recital Centre’s Hetty Kate Trio
Residents at Emmy Monash were thoroughly entertained by the Melbourne Recital Centre’s Hetty Kate Trio. Performing two magical concerts, Hetty Kate’s renditions of familiar songs from eras gone by were greatly enjoyed by residents and their families.… Read more
Anniversary of Kristallnacht
To commemorate the anniversary of Kristallnacht, Pauline Rockman OAM, co-President of the Jewish Holocaust Centre, gave a moving speech at Emmy Monash. Emmy residents who were in Europe in 1938 lit a candle in remembrance.… Read more
King David School to sing Shabbat songs
There were plenty of smiles when residents from Emmy Monash joined Prep students from the King David School to sing Shabbat songs. Bringing extra naches and joy to the occasion was the fact that two of our residents are the mother and grandmother of both the past and current Kind David School Principals.… Read more
Mount Scopus Memorial College
Emmy residents, together with Year 9 students from Mount Scopus Memorial College, celebrated the final Bridging the Gap program session for the year. It was a day of mixed emotions as we bid farewell to program leader, and Mount Scopus staff member, Ittay Flescher, who is moving to Israel with his family. The afternoon was filled with walks in the … Read more