The Federal Government will provide $6.5 million to improve the coordinated delivery of palliative care to rural Australians with terminal illnesses.
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The not-for-profit Victorian aged care provider held a formal celebration in St Paul’s Cathedral to mark the anniversary.
The three founding directors of the private aged care operator have announced that they will be leaving the company in July.
The Australian Government called for applications and released the timetable for Stage One of its election commitment for $300 million zero real interest loans to build or expand aged care beds in areas of high need.
Following their research into resident hospitalisations, ARV is pioneering a groundbreaking ‘Better Balance Program’.
Logie award-winning actress Noeline Brown has accepted a new role to promote positive ageing.
The Shadow Minister for Ageing says there is a desperate need to re-consider high care bonds to avoid an aged care funding crisis.
Margaret May has called upon the Minister for Ageing to answer questions over the recent report, leaked to the media, on the operations of the Office of Aged Care Quality and Compliance.
Professor Terry Bolin, a conjoint Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of New South Wales, has called for action on the results of a 2006 study carried out at The Prince of Wales Hospital.
A study on aquatic-related injuries announced today by the Australian Government Minister for Ageing, Justine Elliot, has revealed that about 100 people aged 55 or more die by drowning each year in Australia, including about 60 from accidental drowning.
Aged and Community Services Australia CEO, Greg Mundy, is reported to have disputed the integrity of the data released from a government report into aged care standards.
Around the world, events will be held to draw attention to the condition, its sufferers and the need for research and funding.