In this wrap: Productivity Commission to study housing decisions of seniors; co-production trial in enablement underway; report highlights business challenges of CDC; experts share research on later-life learning.
If you live in the garden state, there’s a good chance you’ll come across the new Alzheimer’s Australia Victoria campaign to encourage communities to differentiate between forgetfulness and dementia.
Next Wednesday the Victorian government will announce its 2012/13 State Budget package. Alzheimer’s Australia Vic says Baillieu’s ministry must display a similar commitment to funding dementia services as the Commonwealth did last week.
To cope with increasing demand, not-for-profit organisations will have to do more with less and find a diverse range of revenue streams, according to a new report.
The PC did well to ask the baby boomers to foot their own care bill but it failed to suggest a more sustainable long-term solution, a leading economist believes.
CEO of NEHTA talks about the challenge of creating Australia’s own eHealth system.
A united industry voice is about creating a positive frame – for better, more constructive advocacy for older Australians, writes Bupa Care Services CEO, Paul Gregersen
A recent ABS report has predicted that in 2031 most people aged over 85 years will live in their own home.
A joint PC submission from Deloitte and the Aged Care Association of Australia has highlighted a different way forward.
An IT expert says it will be impossible to ignore the benefits of an e-health network under current circumstances.
Aged care providers are struggling to access funding for new facilities, according to a new survey.
A Queensland based supported living provider says its model could help prop up the aged care system.