Also in this story: Catholic Healthcare commences facility construction and announces three new sites; and Estia opens renovated Southport facility.
Aged care providers around the country are celebrating the thousands of people who give their time, energy and skills for free to support the wellbeing of residents.
Also in this wrap: Catholic Healthcare completes Forbes relocation; Uniting AgeWell opens extension; and Anglican Care commences Gloucester development.
Also in this wrap: Curtin University establishes dementia research centre; RAAFA WA announces next stage of development; and Catholic Healthcare commences construction of retirement living facility.
Residential aged and community care provider Catholic Healthcare has been recognised for its spiritual care program at Meaningful Ageing Australia’s national awards in Melbourne.
Also in this wrap: Seasons Aged Care unveils new facility; Lyndoch opens new rehabilitation space, and Catholic Healthcare opens three aged care homes.
Also in this wrap: New role to provide leadership in clinical nursing in aged care practice and innovation; and FECCA appoints Mary Patetsos as new chair.
Also in this wrap: Catholic Healthcare opens first mental health-aged care transition unit in region; and numerous Churches of Christ Queensland projects get underway.
In this story: BaptistCare opens Orana Centre, Kellyville phase two; construction starts on Catholic Healthcare’s Ipswich centre; Helping Hand opens $6 million re-development.
TLC opens new community health hub; AVEO to build aged care facility alongside Durack village; new beds for Catholic Healthcare in Ipswich approved; and construction underway for Bethanie’s serviced apartments.
In this story: Development of Catholic Healthcare integrated facility underway; Scalabrini appoints contractor for next phase of Drummoyne facility; IRT gets approval for new senior housing development; and $150 million makeover for Uniting Mayflower Westmead.
Amana Living opens new transition care centre; Catholic Healthcare commences work on new Bathurst centre; Australian Unity completes community centre facilities at Peninsula Grange Retirement Community and HammondCare to build residential care home for older homeless.
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.
Forthcoming research will examine what allows people with dementia to continue to live well, and within that, the role that service providers play in their quality of life.