A new online program to embed interprofessional education (IPE) in aged care organisations nationally will be launched early next year, following the successful implementation of IPE programs by two aged care providers.
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Can consumer directed care work in residential aged care? And what would it look like? Australian Ageing Agenda investigates.
A new grants round focusing on the healthy ageing of older LGBTI people will fund projects that begin to rectify issues that have previously hindered their engagement with aged care.
Leading South Australian aged care provider Helping Hand has been invited to advise Japanese educators on strengthening Japan’s training system as demand for new care workers booms.
Stakeholders have supported the Federal Government’s agenda for the next stage of aged care reform, but they have called for protections for vulnerable seniors, particularly in rural and remote areas, and constructive engagement with the sector to flesh out the details.
Complaints handling, enhanced consumer engagement, and consumer directed care in residential aged care are all on the agenda in government’s new red tape reduction trial.
Aged care providers and the research community are working together to bolster the research undertaken in the sector and to ensure latest findings are translated into practice at the coalface.
News in brief from the ageing agenda, featuring bites of information about recent research, technology, conference and government movements.
He’s an established novelist, was longlisted for the 2010 Miles Franklin Literary Award and his work appears regularly in Australian newspapers and magazines. Now author, Patrick Allington, is turning his attention to aged care.
It’s important! Researchers need five to ten minutes of your time to hear how residential aged care providers are dealing with sex and sexuality.
A South Australian provider has received funding to develop a virtual platform for aged care residents.
A South Australian provider has established a partnership with UniSA to conduct interprofessional work placements at its sites.
…A giant leap for consumers? The government has announced the allocation of 700 CDC packaged care and respite places.
Helping Hand has announced plans to upgrade one of its rural aged care facilities.