The directors of aged care organisations have a range of duties to consider in times of insolvency or mergers and acquisitions, writes Alison Choy Flannigan.
While we await the royal commission’s final report, there is no need to wait to implement solutions to help realise client-driven care.
A federal government’s consultation paper has determined that unspent funds will need to be returned to the government. Where does this leave providers?
Mental Health in residential aged care is a shared responsibility, writes Dr Julie Bajic Smith.
A national strategy and investment in safe, secure and affordable housing is needed to support an increasing number of older women in Australia, writes Debbie Georgopoulos.
The action plan to support older people from diverse backgrounds helps providers identify how to deliver more inclusive and culturally-appropriate services, writes Mary Patetsos.
An aged care provider and client share their perspectives on inclusive aged care and the action plan for people from diverse backgrounds.
A aged care provider and client share their perspectives on inclusive aged care and the action plan for people from diverse backgrounds.
Dementia education should be at the forefront of all aged care workforce considerations, writes Danielle Wrench.
Peninsula Villages CEO Shane Neaves tells Australian Ageing Agenda about the challenges and opportunities facing his organisation and leadership in the sector.
A uniform can symbolise the value of contribution, welcome residents and visitors and tell the story of a place, writes Pamela Jabbour.
With the 1 July deadline passed, there’s no time to waste for aged care leaders to ensure they understand and correctly apply the quality standard on organisational governance, writes Michael Goldsworthy.
There are eight key messages for aged care leaders in regards to the quality standard on organisational governance, writes Michael Goldsworthy.
The restraint debate is a window into the future challenges of the aged care sector, writes Patricia Sparrow.