It will be some days before the industry knows the identity of the new Minister for Ageing.
A Federal Court decision could mean that charitable organisations could engage in large-scale commercial activities and keep their income tax exemption if the profits are used for a charitable cause.
Westpac presents Tarkett Australia with an award for sustainability.
PCA has devised a scorecard to find which political party best caters to the needs of people with terminal illnesses
ACSA and four aged care providers have joined with health informatics researchers in an ARC project that aims to improve the implementation of electronic nursing documentation.
Labor promises $6.6 million over five years to encourage nurses back to aged care.
Macquarie Capital Alliance has sold its half share in the Zig Inge Group which runs 17 retirement villages in the eastern states.
National Seniors CEO says both major parties’ aged care policies lack innovation.
The AMA says policies that make it easier for doctors to visit aged care facilities are necessary.
ACIC says the Prime Minister’s $250 million health and aged care policy announcement fails to address the core issues affecting the industry.
US researcheres link poor vision to a low quality of life and depression among nursing home residents
A New Zealand study shows older men face a greater risk of malnourishment because of limited knowledge, skills and finances.
As both major parties continue to ignore the industry’s calls for urgent action, more damning evidence has emerged about the sustainability of aged care in Australia.
UnitingCare Ageing NSW.ACT’s new campaign website is seeking to guage opinions and lobby for change in the lead up to the election…and beyond.