ACSA member Residential Gardens acknowledged for innovative building initiative and fostering art to

Residential Gardens is a Spanish specific aged and home care provider operating in western Sydney


05 Dec 2018

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Photographer Joshua Morris, ‘Pepa Molina, and some of the residents of the Parque Habitacional’, Rooty Hill NSW


In the face of constant challenges, aged and community care providers across the country continue to provide exceptional services to their communities and celebrate their wins and successes.

ACSA member Residential Gardens is a Spanish specific aged and home care provider operating in western Sydney. This week, the Board of Directors and CEO Marta Terracciano, hosted a party to celebrate two significant awards for projects involving Residential Gardens.

In 2017, Residential Gardens opened a new building featuring new resident accommodation, physiotherapy facilities, an internal winter garden and external landscaping with Spanish accents – earthy and bold colour schemes, lots of natural light and alfresco areas for residents and their families and friends. Total Construction who managed the build won the  Master Builders’ Award - Aged Care category and were on hand on the night to discuss the project and present the award to Residential Gardens.

Residential Gardens were also involved in an artistic project as part of the Blacktown Arts creative residency program. Photographer Joshua Morris captured an image of Pepa Molina’s dance performance “Perceptions” whilst she was dancing for residents of the Residential Gardens. Mr Morris’ photograph was awarded the top prize in the Australian Life 2018 photography competition judged by Ken Done and Wesley Enoch. Access photos here