Stig Wemyss worked with Benetas to produce a humorous webseries called My Wife is Dead and I’m Starving.
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Snail farming is providing a unique new way for carers to interact with people with dementia.
An online toolkit from the Museum of Contemporary Art is helping carers to reconnect with loved ones living with dementia.
A telephone support program is looking to tackle loneliness and depression in elderly people who find themselves isolated after being discharged from hospital.
Author and advocate Carly Findlay has been awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia for her service to people with a disability.
Associate Professor Peter Gonski says access to community transport can improve quality of life for older people.
Simplicity is important when communicating with a person with dementia, the head of Dementia Australia tells Community Care Review.
A community initiative is helping families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to better understand the national disability system.
More than 110,000 older people are still waiting to receive the home care package they have been approved for, a new report shows.
An AMA position statement says innovation and enhanced technology must be included in all current and future aged care planning.
New technology is improving community transport by enabling providers to offer on-demand services and track vehicles.
A new resource provides information on introducing a spiritual care program for community aged care providers.