Western Australian charitable organisation Silver Chain has officially opened its high-tech Customer Operations Centre at its headquarters in Perth’s Osborne Park. Since 2005 over 120 members of staff have undertaken assessments, referrals and kept record
Australia’s ageing population will receive improved dementia care under a ground-breaking partnership between Alzheimer’s Australia (Qld) and leading home care services provider Home Instead Senior Care.
The Minister for Ageing Christopher Pyne and Western Australian Minister for Health Jim McGinty announced today the release of around $922,000 to support Home and Community Care (HACC) services in Western Australia.
Frail aged people, younger people with a disability and their carers will benefit from a joint Australian and NSW Government allocation of $3.96 million in funding for Home and Community Care (HACC) services in New South Wales.
The Australian nursing Federation has called on the Federal Government to urgently make a commitment to solving the care crisis for Australia’s elderly by ensuring staffing levels, fixing the wage gap for nurses in aged care, and ensuring the licensing of
Organisers of the Information Technology in Aged Care Conference are calling for new submissions from those interested in presenting at the 2012 event.
Are you looking to apply for ACAR funding this year? The department has just issued the list of locations for the 2011 series of ACAR information sessions.
A Melbourne neuropsychologist says Australians are ageing prematurely because they don’t keep their brains active.
BenSoc has launched a series of briefings to assist community care providers put research into practice.
Praise from the Minister was part of a diverse and challenging program at this year’s Aged Care Queensland annual conference. [incl. video interview with Minister in two parts]
Comcater is distributing a new range of cook chill equipment from French company Socamel.
A Queensland based supported living provider says its model could help prop up the aged care system.
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ACSA says claims that some nurses will lose $300 from their weekly wage are theoretical only.