Open data and connecting people to emerging smart technologies are being discussed in two webinars coming up this month.
Community Care Review
The Federal Government is seeking feedback to inform work on the new framework for delivering care to older Australians with diverse needs.
Community care workers and family carers are being encouraged to access a suite of free resources providing latest information on prevention and treatment of incontinence.
Australia’s community care workers are being encouraged to nominate exceptional colleagues for the 2017 HESTA Community Sector Awards.
An independent authority with broad ranging powers will be created next year to oversee the $22 billion National Disability Insurance Scheme, the government announced in Tuesday’s budget.
The Federal Government’s proposed merger of the Commonwealth Home Support Program and home care packages has been pushed back until July 2020.
The Acorn Network is hosting a series of networking events for young aged care professionals to help nurture new mentoring relationships in the sector.
Aged care peak body Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA) has launched a new drug and alcohol policy resource for employers.
The Department of Health has released new resources to support advance care planning and navigating My Aged Care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) seniors.
‘Music remembers me’ is a first of its kind, how-to-guide about the transformative role music can play in supporting the wellbeing and quality of life of people with dementia.
Many carers are struggling to access supports in their own right and report being worse off under the National Disability Insurance Scheme, Carers Australia has told a Productivity Commission review.
For such a small piece of equipment, the iPad packs a lot of punch when it comes to providing accessibility features, writes Jacqui Kirkman.
The Commonwealth should extend the Community Visitors Scheme to cover the Commonwealth Home Support Program and seniors waiting for a home care package, a government-commissioned review says.
Two new resources aimed at improving the delivery and navigation of respite services for people living with dementia are now available.