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Windsor Park Aged Care Home was bustling with NAIDOC Week activities.
This week, staff and residents across our homes were proud to take part in a big range of NAIDOC Week activities. NAIDOC Week is an annual event to acknowledge and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and achievements, and is a chance for everyone to learn more about the culture.
The events at Windsor Park Aged Care Home kept residents very busy, as they enjoyed themed art and craft sessions, barbecues, a NAIDOC quiz and making damper and other bush tucker.
Windsor Park was also decorated for the occasion, with artwork created by residents and their families shown throughout the home. At McDougall Park Aged Care Home, residents created dot paintings of native animals, played two-up and made damper.
Making damper at McDougall Park.