New funding streams to ensure the viability of rural and remote aged care services are among the measures aged and community care providers would like to see in the forthcoming Budget.
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In this wrap: Jaqueline Kelly appointed to Prime Super board; Amana Living appoints Tim Nayton to head new healthcare division; Tony De Domenico appointed chair of AHURI.
An injury prevention program that has dramatically reduced workplace injuries and absenteeism, and a support pack for families to help navigate the aged care maze have taken out top gongs at this year’s ACSWA Excellence in Care Awards.
Victorian provider seeks global insights; dementia nurse service expands; advance care planning campaign launched; forum puts focus on dementia.
From person-centred care to programs minimising risk, aged care providers and staff have been recognised for their best practice at various recent awards across Australia.
Fifty Amana Living residents aged up to 90 have towed a 13 tonne truck through a popular mall strip in Perth’s CBD to kick start a month-long community fundraising campaign.
Reviewing his ‘four levers of reform’ thesis published in AAA 11 months ago, the CEO of WA’s Amana Living says providers should reject compromise, maintain the rage and demand a ‘Back to the PC Future’ this election.
See who’s been appointed where in aged care and health. First up, there’s the Minister of Human Services appointment of the Council on Strategy and Innovation, plus movements at Amana Living, RSL Care and MS Australia- ACT/NSW/Vic.
AAA retreats to new and old methods of measuring public and sector opinion of the recently announced Workforce Compact. Read what has been said on and off the Twitter-feed.
A couple has been able to stay together after moving into residential care despite their differing care requirements in time to celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary. Also celebrating, is aged care provider Blue Care, which turns 60 this year.
An 85-year-old priest has abseiled down the St George’s Cathederal Tower, Perth, prove how much fun it can for a person to stay active right up until and through their latter years. See his abseilling journey in pictures.
CEO of Amana Living in WA, Ray Glickman reckons he’s discovered the true path to Living Longer, Living Better and it’s a perversely inverse approach to quality aged care. CARTOON by Fiona Katauskas.
Two well known providers – one in NSW and the other in WA – have just opened the doors of their new residential aged care facilities.
Western Australian aged care organisations, their hard-working volunteers and staff members get the recognition they deserve.