The NDIS minister has compared the disability insurance scheme to a half-built plane taking off before it is finished.
A study of more than 1,000 older Australians indicates that the use of statins isn’t associated with memory decline or loss of cognitive function.
Whilst it is healthy that more providers are giving consumers a greater diversity of choice over services, rapid growth also brings challenges.
New standards for special disability accommodation will become mandatory by 2021.
Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA) has launched a new automated procurement portal which allows members to connect with a national network of suppliers.
Regional community care providers have rejected a return to block funding, saying the benefits of consumer directed care are too important to give up.
Australia’s most vulnerable older people appear to be getting left behind following the Increasing Choice in Home Care reforms.
While we await the royal commission’s final report, there is no need to wait to implement solutions to help realise client-driven care.
CDC in the home care packages program may be fostering isolation among older Australians, research suggests.
A federal government’s consultation paper has determined that unspent funds will need to be returned to the government. Where does this leave providers?
LASA is looking at the interface between NDIS Services and the aged care sector.
Home care has been identified as one of three areas requiring immediate action in the interim report of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality Safety.
The aged care manager at Deaf Services Queensland is expanding service offerings after bringing back learnings from Finland.
Women using home nursing services are becoming older and more medically complex, according to a study.