South Australian not-for-profit aged care provider Life Care has been recognised internationally for the highest standard of dementia design at its facility in Joslin.
The Multi-Purpose Services aged care program will be expanded in regional, rural and remote areas in five Australian states.
Dementia Australia has become the first national dementia association to partner with Dementia Alliance International, the peak global dementia advocay organisation.
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The long-standing chief executive officer of South Australian aged care provider Helping Hand has announced he will step down at the end of this year because “it seems like the right time” after 28 fulfilling and satisfying years in the role.
Also in this story: Resthaven completes Mitchim redevelopment; Scalabrini Drummoyne officially opens doors; and Dementia-friendly net-zero energy house unveiled.
Also in this wrap: Opal opens new facility; RetireAustralia unveils new villas; and Carinity announces renovations to its Karinya Place facility.
Also in this wrap: Wintringham announces new deputy and Bethanie appoints chief operating officer.
Also in this story: Warrigal opens new dementia home; and Oryx secures land for new facility.
The Intermedia Group has announced the appointment of Natasha Egan as editor of Australian Ageing Agenda as Darragh O’Keeffe moves to edit Government News.
Also in this wrap: Estia prepares to open new $25 million Kogarah centre; RetireAustralia progresses with expansion; and Cranbrook opens new facility and village.
Also in this wrap: two senior appointments for aged care software provider.
Also in this wrap: Baptcare promotes board member Robina Bradley to chair.
Also in this wrap: Benetas announces new and departing board members.