Journalist Ellen Fanning has collaborated with the Seniors Rights Service to produce 18 videos featuring experts including former High Court judge Justice Michael Kirby sharing their knowledge on a wide range of issues around elder abuse.
The unique history of nursing in Australia is celebrated in a new book by researcher and medical historian Deborah Burrows.
Advance Care planning Australia has released a range of translated resources for non-Egnlish speaking communities to help start the end-of-life planning discussion.
A new book on the often stressful and difficult process of moving into a care home provides a practical guide to help those involved navigate their way through the process.
The Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre has launched a series of webinars to help aged care providers understand and implement supported decision-making with their clients.
A new website provides aged care workers with information, guidance and practical resources to support palliative care and advance planning for older people and their families.
Two lots of palliative care resources, including new standards, guidelines and support materials, have been released this week to support aged care providers.
Clinicians now have a new tool to help reduce the prescribing of unnecessary medications in older people living with dementia.
Dementia Training Australia has launched a new, free online training course for aged care staff who care for people with dementia overnight.
Mobile dental clinics are bringing oral health services to residents’ rooms, writes Ann Deslandes.
The peak body for spiritual care and ageing takes its training program on the road to deliver professional development to aged care staff and volunteers in 17 regional centres.
New research conducted by a provider on community-dwelling seniors shows frailty is not an inevitable result of ageing and can be prevented or treated, as screening and online resource launched.
A new evidenced-based tool allows aged care providers to gain insights into their residents’ experiences of aged care through a six-question survey.
Dementia among the homeless or those at risk of becoming homeless is one of six diverse groups featured in a series of national workshops getting underway this month.