The Federal Opposition leader has called on the government to cancel its plans to put aged care assessments out to tender in an address to a political, business and media forum this week.
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The NDIA’s mental health adviser speaks to Community Care Review about initiatives in the NDIS psychosocial service stream.
Providers can benefit from using an evidence-based framework that helps predict and evaluate the success of a technology in aged care settings before they implement it, an expert tells Australian Ageing Agenda.
Aged care services must provide residents with mental and physical engagement, writes Kerry Mann.
An intergenerational program that involves growing fruit and vegetables is helping residents feel valued and improve their social connections, a residential manager tells Australian Ageing Agenda.
New South Wales aged care provider Harbison has the opened doors to its new purpose-built dementia care accommodation in Burradoo in the Southern Highlands.
The task force set up to investigate fraud in the National Disability Insurance Scheme is under-resourced and dysfunctional, a whistleblower claims.
CHSP providers whose ability to deliver services has been hit by the recent bushfires can apply for additional one-off federal funding.
Many older Australians may be forced into care because they haven’t given thought to modifying their homes, according to the authors of a report.
The Health Services Union is calling for a Medicare-style levy to fund Australia’s aged care system.
The Department of Health has launched two surveys seeking information from all aged care providers and individuals to help understand the demand and supply of palliative care services.
Information and communications technology provider Ascom has launched a new device that allows aged care organisations to use their existing Wi-Fi networks.