National peak and advocacy organisations representing aged care and culturally diverse consumers are the latest recipients of aged care funding in the Morrison Government’s post-budget cash splash.
Sector-level conversations need to filter down in South Africa to ensure the care of the elderly becomes as significant an agenda point as it is for other vulnerable groups in society, writes Femada Shamam.
Dagmar Parsons takes over from Michael O’Neill as chief executive, while the consumer peak has also appointed Sarah Saunders to the new role of chief advocate to ramp up lobbying.
The Federal Government is calling for sector feedback on the future of aged care advocacy services as part of its review into the operation and delivery of the program.
A few bouts of age-related discrimination has inspired Dr Patricia Edgar to set about changing the way people view ageing, she tells AAA.
Retirement Village operators need to be genuinely innovative to capture the imaginations of consumers and build a loyal following like that of the world’s most iconic brands.
A major Victorian aged care organisation has drawn attention to ageist attitudes with the launch of a research paper.
Client choice and advocacy are at the centre of Benetas’s new strategic direction.
The Victorian provider is boosting its involvement in advocacy with the development of a new position.