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The Australian government has created a new expert panel, featuring a key sector represenative, to advise it on social housing policy matters.
Bupa Care Services is yet to be convinced of the need for fundamental reform of Australia’s aged care system.
Aged care provider, IRT, cleared out the competition at the 2011 Australian Business Awards.
It’s official: ACSA and ACAA have announced plans to form a single national peak aged care body.
A new report by PricewaterhouseCoopers says there’s no better time to tackle a unified industry association.
Uniting Care Ageing is getting into the spirit of NSW Seniors Week, which celebrates contributions made by older member of society.
Commissioner Robert Fitzgerald and Associate Commissioner Sue Macri explained why they made the recommendations they did at a Q & A session in Sydney yesterday.
One issue off the PC ‘issues’ list as Commissioner Woods acknowledges concerns with the cost setting for concessional accommodation
ACAA and ACSA have the answers to the big questions on the PC’s recommendations, but some in the industry are still worried about their future finances.
The architect of the UK’s National Dementia Strategy has briefed officials from the Department of Health and Ageing about what can be done to improve dementia care.
An economist, an engineer and the CEO of a community care provider all want the PC, and hence the government, to look at the emerging field of gerontechnology before it’s too late.
The QLD provider, Blue Care, has just appointed its new executive director.
A clown who has been visiting a Sydney nursing home for the last 12 weeks can’t stay, but he hopes the laughter will.