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‘‘It is all about the words you use, the at­ti­tudes you have to­wards the pa­tients. It is about be­ing aware of the ba­sics and al­ways en­cour­ag­ing them.’’

Spark of Life works on three ba­sic prin­ci­ples – shift your fo­cus, share your heart and shine your light.

Ms Fal­coner said that since fol­low­ing the pro­gramme daily, there had been a sig­nif­i­cant change in the peo­ple liv­ing at Kingswood and their en­joy­ment in life had reached a new high. More pho­tos from St. Pa­trick’s Day cel­e­bra­tions at Re­doubt Bar and Eatery.

Kingswood Health­care res­i­dent Martin Ver­ho­e­van de­signed a STZ Pa­trick’s Day hat to raise money for Spark of Life. Be­hind him is for­mer owner Bar­bara Fal­coner and present owner Tonya Hol­royd.

Rachel, Clif­ford and Christina from Re­doubt Bar and Eatery. Cheers: Leanne and Colleen Mon­tague. Mates: Rylee Hodge and Syd­ney Broomhall.

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