Tunstall Healthcare has launched a new generation of its emergency response watch with additional features including real-time GPS tracking and fall detection.
Three Greater Western Sydney community transport organisations, Bankstown Canterbury Community Transport, Community Wheels Transport and Great Community Transport, have merged into a single shared services co-operative, in the first of its kind in the sector.
Just Better Care appoints successor, as founder steps down; Australian Unity continues home care buy-up, and PresCare adds to growing mobility aids business.
Estia acquires Kennedy group; Japara acquires Profke Aged Care; Warrigal starts work on new villa; new ILUs for Bethanie; Opal opens its largest new build to date; construction starts on PAC’s new community; Resthaven unveils new head office.
Profile: Technology Review sat down with Sue Levy, CEO of Goodwin Aged Care Services, to discuss her daily web habits, regular sites and social media usage.
The ongoing rollout of My Aged Care and the practical and contextual applications of consumer directed care are the subjects of upcoming webinars for aged care service providers.
Emerging researchers in the field of ageing will gather in Melbourne next week to examine some of the key issues facing older Australians, their families and carers.
A new resource developed by Alzheimer’s Australia NSW is encouraging consumers to consider the role of transport when making decisions about self-directed care packages.
Experts with case studies that demonstrate successful telehealth delivered to scale or technology that promises to deliver true value to healthcare are being sought for next year’s Australian Telehealth Conference (ATC).
INS LifeGuard has launched a new medical alarm system and communications hub this month that features a suite of internet-enabled extras for retirement living and community care organisations to offer clients.
Community care offers the kind of flexibility, support and job satisfaction many mature age workers seek in order to stay in the workforce or re-enter it. Community Care Review looks at how this growth sector can deliver benefits for older workers and for their clients.
A network of cafes aimed at connecting people living with dementia and their loved ones to one another and gently introducing them to support services is proving the perfect pick-me-up.
New free downloadable resources have been developed for aged care providers and training organisations to support the provision of culturally appropriate aged care training to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
The latest edition of The Palliative Care Handbook includes guidelines for palliative care and dementia, as well as addressing the role of nutrition and deprescribing in end-of-life care.