Undergraduate nurse training comes of age on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast
A substantial tranche of the 2011 Bupa Foundation grants go to dementia related projects
Education and support is now available to newly diagnosed Parkinson’s Disease patients, their families, carers and aged care staff.
The risk of cobalt and chromium toxicity means careful follow-up is needed for people with metal-on-metal hip replacements
If you think providing a high quality aged care service is protection against negligence claims, think again, suggests a Melbourne University study
Baptist Community Services NSW & ACT have released the results of their 18-month telehealth trial.
Older people are needed for the world’s first major study of how social networking can fight loneliness, and it sounds like fun!
A report from the AIHW has crunched the numbers from the Aged Care Funding Instrument’s first full year of operation, focusing on dementia.
A group of university students from Canberra have invented a new piece of gaming technology which could dramatically improve the life of those living with dementia.
Call for volunteers: family members with dementia wanted for online survey.
Not only is dementia is the third biggest killer of all Australians but it is more fatal than cancer, a new report has shown.
A new study hopes to shed light on the connection between Parkinson’s disease and malnutrition, provided researchers can recruit volunteers.
WA’s first ‘active ageing’ conference is calling for papers…and registrations too.
A Planned Activity Group on the north side of Melbourne recently had the chance to be part of some really fun research.