Also in this wrap: Bolton Clarke unveils dementia wing; Bethanie refurbishes five sites; and land secured for new indigenous facility.
A digital talking book that provides information on dementia in plain English aims to make information about dementia more accessible to the general community.
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.
Aged care organisations have celebrated the women who work for their organisations along with those they care for this week’s International Women’s Day.
A neighbourhood social networking site that aims to reduce loneliness and social isolation among seniors has taken out the top prize at the inaugural Senior Living Innovation Challenge.
From developing and trialling new programs and initiatives to major capital works, aged care executives tell AAA what’s on their agenda for the year ahead.
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.
Also in this wrap: Meaningful Ageing Australia appoints new board member; two executive appointments at Bolton Clarke; and AHURI announces new chief.
Using tools to measure client and carer outcomes improves goal setting and encourages more meaningful conversations with service users, a pilot project evaluating the active service model in Victoria has found.
The newly renamed aged care, health and retirement living provider Bolton Clarke is planning to continue its growth and acquisition strategy to double its operations in five years.