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Meet Kylie – our highly experienced and compassionate Manager

Our Residential Service Manager, Kylie Bonney has worked in the aged-care industry for almost two decades. Her experience encompasses many different aspects of aged care, having held roles in facility management, workforce management, administration and care. Born in Port Macquarie, she moved to Telegraph Point in 2014.

What do you love most about managing Vincent Court?

I first came to Vincent Court as Acting Manager in 2020 where I spent eight months getting to know residents and staff. I welcomed the opportunity to come back as Residential Service Manager earlier this year. I’ve always loved to help others, and here I’m able to support residents to live their best life. I focus on building respectful relationships with residents and their families, and on helping ensure that every staff member is happy and enjoying their role to the fullest.

What do you think makes Vincent Court so special?

When people ask me what this community feels like, I tell them that it’s like walking into your own home and feeling safe and loved. It’s a homely environment that’s welcoming and happy. It’s a place where residents feel respected and it’s also a place that’s full of positive energy. People are happy to be around others here.

How do you think you’re making a difference to residents and staff?

I’m passionate about ensuring residents are supported to live the life they choose. I try to make a positive impact by being available to listen to any concerns and also celebrate any achievements. I try to lead by example with our team. By working together, we’re able to do great things for residents and our community.

Fun Facts

Favourite pastime: Camping and exploring the local area

Favourite food: Anything sweet, especially chocolate

Reading or TV: Reading, but I’m secretly a big fan of the Minions movies!

If you could travel anywhere: I would pack up the caravan and start driving with no set destination. We explored Australia for 9 months when my children were little and it was a brilliant experience that we will never forget.