Planning for older people’s housing and care needs; interactive session for case managers on CDC.
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Aged care providers and the research community are working together to bolster the research undertaken in the sector and to ensure latest findings are translated into practice at the coalface.
Researchers and stakeholders in aged care have raised concerns over what the proposed dismantling of the AIHW could mean for the future of aged care and ageing-related research.
IRT’s Research Foundation has announced the recipients of its $600k pool of research grants for projects leading to a greater understanding of the ageing process and the care and wellbeing of senior Australians.
The Benevolent Society’s head of ageing, Barbara Squires and ACAA chief, Rod Young will join the NSW & ACT operator, IRT in a move that aims power up the organisation’s growing research and advocacy role.
AAA spoke to various aged care reform campaigners on the Agewell ‘day of action’ in Canberra earlier this week. Find out what it felt like to be there and how they thought the day went.
The 2007 GFC may be ‘technically’ over in Australia but its impact still lingers. A new report has identified that older, single women on low incomes and in poorer health were at the greatest risk of being affected by the crisis.
Industry members at an information night hosted by Gadens Lawyers last week were presented with an uncomfortable proposition.
Just stop saying no! Dr Hans Becker, CEO of the Humanitas Foundation is in Sydney to explain what the Apartments for Life concept really means
‘The’ Dr Hans Becker will visit Australia next month for a one-off workshop on the workings of the Humanitas Foundation’s Apartments for Life model.
The winds of change are blowing through the construction sector, with implications for retirement villages, nursing homes and community care providers.
Experts call for policy and action on affordable aged housing which they say is the biggest item on the ageing agenda
AHURI and Ben Soc are calling on aged care, planning, housing and policy experts to attend its upcoming one day symposium.
The sector is being asked to sound a united call to urge governments to address the housing shortage associated with the ageing population.