Education provider Aged Care Channel has changed its name to Altura Learning and announced plans to deliver its programs to a wider range of workers in health and support roles plus consumers.
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Before, after and in between the many reviews reporting in 2017, it’s been another busy year in aged care news. However, it was our report on wages in the sector early in the year that topped the most-viewed list.
Culturally-appropriate care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People will be explored in an upcoming video program and interactive live session open to all.
Also in this story: Ascom announces new managing director.
A consumer directed residential care model and a series of education programs on diversity are among 42 innovative projects to share in $34 million of funding.
Ongoing staff training and links with outside services are among the strategies Uniting AgeWell is using to enhance its palliative care.
Aged care providers should “stop being coy” about including questions on sexuality in their intake forms, a health promotion organisation says.
Also: Greengate appoints Chris Rigby as CEO, while Peter Hodgson becomes chair and John Russell is appointed a director; Brightwater appoints Di Bennett as head of home care.
Major aged care provider RDNS + RSL Care has acquired leading sector education provider the Aged Care Channel, Australian Ageing Agenda can confirm.
Baptistcare WA appoints Russell Bricknell as chief executive officer; Braemar appoints Wayne Belcher as CEO; Vik Jeyakumar appointed chief executive officer at Kira; and three new appointments to Aged Care Financing Authority.
The Department of Health has commissioned the new resource to clarify commonly misunderstood aspects of the Aged Care Funding Instrument and to help aged care providers receive appropriate funding by accurate claiming.
Benetas has launched its online learning system where staff access training content and take responsibility for their professional development, as part of a new organisation-wide approach to learning.
The provision of care support and training and education in dementia will adopt a more coordinated approach with the long-awaited awarding of tenders to deliver two nationally consistent programs.
Team Connect, a group of professionals working in and around the aged care sector, have partnered with World Vision and Aussie Farmers Direct to support improved nutrition and child feeding practices in Timor-Leste.