15 April 2019

White Oak Partners with RSLWA

Hall & Prior CEO Graeme Prior with RSLWA CEO John McCourt.

In the lead-up to Anzac Day White Oak Home Care Services is delighted to announce a new partnership with The Returned & Services League of Australia WA Branch Incorporated (RSLWA).
The partnership is one of mutual collaboration and creates a pathway for veterans and their families to access White Oak resources, information and services. 
White Oak General Manager Treasa Lonergan said the partnership was a welcome opportunity. 
“We have been providing veteran’s home care and community nursing for 20 years, so this partnership makes a lot of sense,” she said. 
“Our aim is to work closely with RSLWA at a grass roots and state-wide level to increase knowledge and awareness of the aged care system among the veteran community.
“We hope this partnership will simplify and demystify some of the complexities around aged care and how veterans are able to obtain services and support.” 
RSLWA Chief Executive Officer John McCourt said the partnership contributed to the organisation’s objective to continue to provide important and helpful assistance to veterans and their families.  
“We hope this partnership will empower our members with knowledge and ultimately provide practical support that enables them to continue to live in their own homes and communities,” Mr McCourt said.  
“Aged care can be confusing and working with a provider like White Oak gives our members the power to make informed choices when it comes to their care.  
“We look forward to working together to give our veterans and their families the assistance they want.” 
White Oak is part of the Hall & Prior Health and Aged Care Group.