A positive attitude could be the most important element to a happy life in residential aged care, according to early findings of a three-year research project.
The concluding part of Australian Ageing Agenda's clinical masterclass, presenting expert advice on the latest evidence and resources for frontline staff.
From infection control and palliative care to diabetes and medication management, Australian Ageing Agenda presents expert advice on the latest evidence and resources for frontline staff.
Coverage of the two major industry conferences will be significantly enhanced this year with Australia Ageing Agenda and Aged Care Channel’s new joint venture, the NEWSROOM.
If you haven’t started delivering consumer-directed home care packages, get practicing because from July 2015 it is CDC or bust. In the concluding part of AAA's series on CDC, we hear the lessons learned from two providers who were early ...
State Focus: With a shrinking workforce in the state, aged services in Tasmania are forced to compete with the health and disability sectors for staff, but as AAA discovers, stakeholders have decided their future lies in collaboration.
With less than a year until all home care packages need to be delivered on a CDC basis, those in the know give AAA some timely advice for organisations not yet prepared.
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Japara Healthcare acquires Whelan Care Group, while new reports say Estia Health is expanding ahead of its ASX debut.
Call for pensions, superannuation overhaul; seniors lobby against pension changes; new interagency policy on elder abuse; site provided for Croatian aged care facility; Singapore chooses Australian IT programs.
The National Aged Care Alliance is developing new options to replace the axed dementia supplement ahead of a government forum on 11 September, including a grant-based program for specialist dementia care.
We believe that some of Alan Kohler’s latest criticisms of the retirement village industry is unfair and ill-informed, writes Mary Wood.
AUDIO: Government needs to lead the way in creating liveable communities for all citizens, says chair of ministerial advisory council on ageing Kathryn Greiner.
Age Discrimination Commissioner Susan Ryan has backed calls for Australia to follow Ireland’s lead and establish a centre for excellence in universal design.
Victorian-based providers Catholic Homes and Villa Maria are set to merge, in a move that will see the combined not-for-profit organisation providing services to some 6,200 people across Victoria and northern NSW.
Palliative care and aged care professionals are being encouraged to provide feedback on the draft Standards for Providing Quality Palliative Care for all Australians.
The concluding part of Australian Ageing Agenda’s clinical masterclass, presenting expert advice on the latest evidence and resources for frontline staff.