Frank Schaper, who has held the position of the Chief Executive of Alzheimer's Australia WA, for the last 15 years is going to retire in September. Announcing the news, Chairman Craig Masarei said that Frank has given a lot to the organization and wide amount of awareness in regard to dementia present in WA is all due to Frank.
"On behalf of everyone at Alzheimer's Australia WA, I would like to express our gratitude to Frank for his leadership in guiding the organization", said Craig Masarei. He further affirmed that Frank has worked a lot in order to make sure that people living with dementia in WA are able to get best of the services.
Not only this, he has done all the possible things that can make WA a better place for one and all. In return, Frank was of the view that all this was possible due to a simple fact that he had the cooperation of all the members and they have worked hard with him to make realize those dreams come true.
He could not thank enough the organization, where he has spent 15 years of his life. Frank was of the view that the organization is passionate to give a quality life to people, who have been down with dementia.
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