Meet the Great behind Australian celebrity chef Matt Moran

Matt Moran tells us about his Great

We all have Greats in our lives; the people who’ve gone above and beyond, helping us get to where we are today. They’re our mums and dads, nanas and granddads, neighbours and mentors.

#CaringForOurGreats spokesperson Matt Moran wouldn’t be where he is today without the support of his Great, his dad Jim.

Watch as Matt shares his own personal story about how his Great has influenced and shaped his life, and how Matt stays connected to his dad.

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Connecting and spending time with our ‘Greats’ can really make a difference, because life is better when you feel involved and valued, particularly when you get older.

It doesn’t take much to brighten up their day: a phone call, a cuppa, even a fun day out sharing the things they love.

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Love see Umma every week at her home . She has Dementia . She nows me but not my name.#caringforourgreats

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