A new website has been launched to allow older Australians to compare retirement living villages and find the best possible service to suit individual needs.
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More than 500 responses from aged care residents and hospital patients from seven large organisations in Victoria have been received so far in a ground-breaking study underway into the benefits of pastoral care.
Also in this wrap: project triples Uniting’s Shellharbour site; TriCare opens new luxury wing; and SwanCare plans leisure precinct.
Also in this wrap: Baptcare promotes board member Robina Bradley to chair.
Also in this wrap: Baptcare opens aged care community; OneCare Tasmanian facility on north-west coast underway; and Rosewood opens Leederville facility.
Also, in this story: Calvary enters SA residential aged care sector; Baptcare’s $96 million aged care project gets underway; and TLC awards contracts for major upgrade project.
Also: HammondCare receives approval for new dementia village; and BaptistCare formally opens new Kellyville facility.
In this story: TLC announces $34 million development; work starts on Baptcare’s $160 million aged care project; Benetas unveils Berwick Wing redevelopment.
Life Care continues program of new stock; PAC plans major refit of Ashleigh Lodge; Baptcare opens Strathalan facility; and Benetas opens doors to St Paul’s Terrace.
Second stage of SCCV Dandenong aged care home opening; Greengate appoints builder for new co-located aged care and retirement facility; Baptcare to open redeveloped Melbourne facility; and Churches of Christ begins disability housing project.
As the sector looks to expand consumer choice more fully across aged care, services face the risk of providing seniors with choices without also ensuring they are adequately informed, a provider says.
AAA meets three aged care providers that are taking significant steps to minimise their environmental footprint and demonstrating why investing in sustainability has some surprising benefits.
A major aged care provider has partnered with a local Aboriginal health provider to offer culturally appropriate home care packages in the hopes of improving indigenous people’s uptake of mainstream community aged care services.
A West Australian community care manager has received a top academic honour.