We worked with Business Victoria to write and develop a shorter, easier to understand booklet for parents, teachers and employers of children working in television, theatre, advertising and other parts of the Victorian entertainment industry. Factsheets, information sessions, mail outs and several animations were developed to explain changes to the code, including this one produced [...]
Our client Villa Maria, a major faith-based aged care and disability services provider, sought PR support to promote its new Out & About app, which allows users to find, suggest, rate and review accessible venues and events, and a family fun day at which it was to be launched. With skydivers featuring as part of the launch [...]
Grounded Communications' director of aged care and health, Ingrid Svendsen, is a co-founder, board chair and honorary communications adviser to East Timor Hearts Fund, a medical aid charity providing life-saving heart surgery in Australia for young Timorese. ABC TV interviewed Ingrid for this story about teenage heart patient Jeca.
Grounded Communications' director of aged care and health, Ingrid Svendsen, is a co-founder, board chair and honorary communications adviser to East Timor Hearts Fund, a medical aid charity providing life-saving heart surgery in Australia for young Timorese. While Ingrid prefers to stay behind the camera, occasionally duty calls, as it did at this media event [...]
Our client Arcare, one of Australia's largest aged care providers, was seeking national publicity for its award-winning relationship-focused approach to aged care, under which seniors in homes are cared for by only the same two to three carers, with whom they can develop close relationships. We stripped away the jargon, and generated media-interest by explaining [...]
Grounded Communications was a community supporter of the Clunes Booktown Festival in 2014, helping to promote this great annual event to the regional town. Our work also included help to make a business case for special trains to run to the event, as well as promotion in regional media.