Bupa says it will ensure its aged care facility on the NSW South Coast will continue to operate.
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The Australian Medical Association has released a new position statement targeting elder abuse and warns it will increase as the population ages.
The expansion of the private aged care sector continues, with for-profit providers awarded two thirds of the government’s annual allocation of new aged care bed licences.
In this wrap: Provider recognised for CDC transition; business nod for Meals on Wheels SA chief; finalists in hospitality awards announced.
Aged care providers are canvassing the government about the impacts of the removal of the payroll tax supplement, announced in the Federal Budget, but the minister signals the change is here to stay.
Bupa Care Services Australia opens a new facility in the northern Victoria river town of Echuca, while Benetas announces a $13 million expansion of its Corowa Court facility.
Businesses are under increasing pressure to enhance staff productivity and maximise results from finite resources. AAA reports on how three providers are using technology to achieve efficiencies in different arms of their organisations.
Australia’s largest private aged care provider has a new managing director in a senior change of guard in the Asia Pacific region.
Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) and Bupa have launched a joint 10-point global charter for people with dementia setting out their universal rights to care and support.
Bupa has developed an smartphone app to assist people to choose a residential aged care home for their loved one.
You asked for it and the app’s developers have responded. Alzheimer’s Australia and the Bupa Health Foundation have launched the Android version of the overwhelmingly successful Apple BrainyApp.
Bupa’s aged care belt is bulging having recently acquired another residential facility, bringing the total number of care homes under the UK brand to 50.
It’s been two months since the federal government first announced an aged care reform package. A panel of industry experts discuss what they now think of the ‘Living Longer Living Better’ set of reforms.
Hospitals are the last place a person with dementia should be, according to a visiting dementia expert but early diagnosis and community supports remain elusive.