Aged care organisations are aiming to better engage consumers, respond to the royal commission’s findings as they are published and reflect on their own organisation from now until the final report is released.
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Prominent figures from the aged care sector have been appointed to the new industry reference group announced by the federal government to review skills and qualifications for the future workforce.
Also in this story: Opal opens $27 million aged facility near Newcastle; SwanCare gets green light for $60 million upgrade; and Twilight forms new community alliance.
A group of five not-for-profit aged care providers in regional NSW say cuts to aged care funding will reduce their collective revenue by $3 million in the first year and mean the loss of 100 part-time jobs in their area.
VIDEO: From the need for an ageing plan for Australia to the importance of standing up for disadvantaged clients, aged care leaders discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the sector.
Right now, across Australia, aged care facilities are playing host to a variety of colourful community events, as part of a global aged care open day.
End-of-life care is about living, not dying, a palliative care specialist has said in the lead up to National Palliative Care Week, which was launched in Canberra this morning.
A NSW residential and community aged care provider is taking great strides with film and social media and ticking off a lot of important boxes in the process.
It does not happen often but it does happen: Warrigal Care has thanked a local council for recognising the need to earmark land, specifically for seniors living projects.
Yesterday at Retirement World, a panel discussed something retirement village operators want to know: how do you make money from aged care?
On International Womens’ day, eight aged care providers – all not for profit organisations – are celebrating ‘getting it right’ for their predominantly female workforce.
The Productivity Commission has proved to be an able and informed listener at a forum convened by a major NSW and ACT provider yesterday