Virtuoso.

This is Marion, our resident pianist. She played piano, violin and cello as a child and went on to become a choral singer performing in musicals and an oratorio.

Marion is just one member of Japara’s growing, aged care family. She knows how it feels to have her individuality celebrated and respected – whether it’s her likes and dislikes, passions and skills, family relationships or life experiences.

Respect for the individual guides every aspect of aged-care living at Japara from the variety of room types you can choose from, to the superior care you get with more qualified nurses on staff.

Our approach is as unique as you are – we listen and learn too – and it’s one we’re building on to make sure you get the very best of care.

For a Japara home near you, call 1800 52 72 72.

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