All together now at Community Home Care

Nicole SalmeriSouth Western Times
Community Home Care employees Andrew Robinson, Julie Cooper, Sue Clements and Scott Robinson and Michelle Camus, from Jack in the Box at the launch of the new re-branding of Community Home care.
Camera IconCommunity Home Care employees Andrew Robinson, Julie Cooper, Sue Clements and Scott Robinson and Michelle Camus, from Jack in the Box at the launch of the new re-branding of Community Home care.

Community Home Care has been transformed with new branding, in a bid to bring all the South West sites together.

The sites include Bunbury, Collie, Bridgetown, Busselton, Donnybrook and Margaret River.

Community Home Care’s executive manager of communities said the idea was to promote inclusiveness at the new sites.

“The merge has happened over the past few years we just wanted something that brought everyone together and everybody from all the different sites had input, ” Mrs Cooper said.

“It means Community Home Care are committed to growing in the South West by keeping our local presence in each area we service and working hard to provide the best services we can.

“It means choice for clients. We pride ourselves on being local and having an office in the areas we service and employing local people who live and know the areas they work in.

“This is a chance for us to have a brand that all sites have participated in the development of and making it a brand we all identify with bringing us closer together promoting unity and team work.”

Mrs Cooper said the rebranding displayed commitment and growth within the company.

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