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    Julie McStay

McStay, Walsh and team join Thomson Geer

Aged care and retirement living specialists Julie McStay and Madeline Walsh have joined Thomson Geer in Brisbane, Queensland as partners of the law firm.

Joining Ms McStay and Ms Walsh in the move from Hynes Legal is their team of specialists including six senior lawyers and clinical consultants.

The team will work closely with Thomson Geer’s Sydney-based partners and fellow aged care and specialists Lucinda Smith and Arthur Koumoukelis as well as Perth-based special counsel Amber Crosthwaite.

Madeline Walsh

Thomson Geer chief executive partner Adrian Tembel said the new team’s skills complemented the firms existing strengths in aged care and retirement living.

“We welcome Julie, Madeline and their team to Thomson Geer Brisbane,” Mr Tembel said.

“Our continued expansion in this growth sector has largely been driven by client demand and we have truly national coverage,” he said.

CarePage partners with Ageing Asia

Aged care consumer rating website CarePage and consultancy Ageing Asia have announced a strategic partnership to improve the ageing experience.

CarePage and Ageing Asia said it would facilitate channels for sharing best practice in aged care with content shared on CarePage’s digital channels.

CarePage will also expand its consumer reviews and customer experience platform to the Singapore market.

CarePage founder and CEO Lauren Todorovic said the partnership was an opportunity to improve the future of aged care.

“Taking learnings from around the world, we can address the current issues to deliver better models of care,” she said.

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