Lorna Tostevin – 103 Years Young
Lorna Hazel Tostevin, 103 years young resident at Vaucluse Aged Care Home in Sydney’s Eastern...Read more >
Hall & Prior’s vision for reconciliation is for all Australians to be connected, dynamic and strong with an embedded acknowledgement and respect. Our plan is to lead the way in the provision of aged care services and employment opportunities for all people within our community.
The Hall & Prior Reconciliation Action Plan 2015-2017 (RAP) is reflective of the journey Hall & Prior have taken and will be the foundation for our organisation to listen, learn and improve our services so they are appropriate for people from all walks of life.
The RAP is the culmination of consultation with Whadjuk Noongar people and will be implemented and coordinated by the Hall & Prior RAP Working Group with an official launch in 2015.
Hall & Prior are proud to participate in the RAP program with Reconciliation Australia and look forward to working with Indigenous Australians now and in to the future.
Click here to download a copy of Hall & Prior's Reconciliation Action Plan 2015-17