The Global Ageing Network has appointed Australian aged care industry figure Judy Martin as its new chair.
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Many aged care providers are selling additional services but some are charging residents fees for services required under legislation, according to a new industry report.
An architecture practice and three universities have secured over $1 million to develop a new model of shared living and learning for seniors and school students.
Aged care and health service provider Roshana Group will take over the ownership and management of Dryandra Residential Care in Kellerberrin in regional Western Australia.
Associate Professor Peter Gonski says access to community transport can improve quality of life for older people.
The sector’s technology council has produced a report to improve aged care providers’ understanding of current technology and innovation relevant to the industry.
A review of the NDIS recommends legislating for a maximum eight week time frame for plans to be put in place.
The aged care minister has refuted claims that the government is intending to privatise the aged care assessment process as part of plans to streamline assessments.
The Royal Australian College of GPs has released updated guidelines for the care of older people.
NSW aged care and disability service provider Beresfield Community Care (BCC) has merged with the Adssi group as providers fight to remain viable in a deregulated marketplace.
Aged care provider peak bodies have raised concerns about the sector’s unsustainability in the wake of StewartBrown’s recent report showing a further decline in financial performance.
Disability services need to be proactive in helping the families of children with an intellectual disability plan for the day when their parents are no longer there, a researcher says.