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Aged services support for Holocaust survivors in Australia has received a significant boost with three service providers securing USD $10.7 million from the Claims Conference in 2015.
A replacement to the axed dementia supplement, changes to pre-entry leave arrangements, and a simplified ACAR - the government's latest mini-budget had more than enough to raise eyebrows in the sector.
From the dementia supplement debacle to the department's computer glitches, and red tape cuts finally getting underway to current and future reforms on the horizon - Australian Ageing Agenda presents our top picks for the high and low points of ...
It's been a busy year in aged care news. Here are the 10 most read stories on Australian Ageing Agenda online during 2014.
Existing home support clients with complex or high needs will be grandfathered from 1 July 2015 when the new Commonwealth Home Support Program launches until they transition to more appropriate services, AAA can confirm.
While acknowledging the exemptions for aged care residents and children, consumers, doctors and nurses have broadly criticised the government’s latest policy.
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