A home care provider has come up with a solution for families who are unable to find respite for their loved ones during the holiday season by offering a bespoke Christmas at Home service.
Christmas can be a lonely time of year for the elderly who are on their own. And it can also be a busy time for aged care facilities taking calls from concerned family members.
Minister for Mental Health and Ageing and now Minister for Social Inclusion wishes the sector a Merry Christmas and a prosperous 2012.
Some reflective and optimistic messages in verse, with a little bit of humour thrown in, for all involved with Australia’s ageing agenda.
With only 10 more sleeps before Christmas Day, the spirit of the festive season is spreading fast. From the circulation of messages of good will, to Chrissy lunches and facility parties, the time to celebrate is nigh!
Christmas is not a merry time of year for all. This season, individuals are being asked to share their Christmas spirit with socially isolated older adults.
Christmas may be around the corner but soon enough, so too will be the NSW state election. COTA NSW calls upon political candidates and voters alike to consider the issues now and make older people an election priority.
UnitingCare is is targetting disadvantaged older people as well as families and young people, in its annual Christmas appeal.