Findings to be presented at next week’s DCRC research forum may surprise a number of service providers.
A conservative lobby group has told the Victorian Government to improve palliative care, instead of legalising euthanasia.
The opposition’s call for an increase to the single aged pension has forced politicians of all stripes to acknowledge and discuss the needs of older Australians.
The state government is looking to divest its Commonwealth-funded nursing homes and hostels.
The government has called for submissions to its CAP review but the industry says its terms of reference are too narrow.
A Queensland-based NFP has selected an electronic information system to manage data from its community clients.
Just over a third of aged care operators are IT savvy – but others remain cautious and sceptical, according to a recently released survey.
ACSA and ACAA have signed off on an agreement to develop a network of organisations interested in promoting technology solutions for older people.
The government has announced a number of training and scholarship opportunities to help boost the community care workforce.
The Minister has announced another sanction – but the ANF says she needs to address the staffing shortage.
NEW South Wales Deputy Premier and Transport Minister John Watkins yesterday announced he is quitting politics to put his family first and is in talks with Alzheimer’s Australia.
Landmark research by the University of Western Australia has shown that regular walking not only promotes physical fitness but also improves cognitive function.
Residents in a secluded Buderim cul-de-sac are celebrating after the Planning and Environment court dismissed an appeal for the opening of an aged care home at the end of their street.
63 people at the Mayflower Aged Care Facility in Westmead have been diagnosed with gastroenteritis.