The rate of injuries caused by falls among older Australians has increased over the last decade, a report shows.
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Social media and online games are helping isoltated older people connect and build relationships, a study has found.
An alliance of 40 disability advocacy groups has signed a statement calling on the government to include sexuality supports in the NDIS.
Around one in six community-dwelling older Australians may be living with clinical frailty, a global analysis suggests.
WA’s first community dementia bus will provide respite for dementia carers, give people living with dementia access to VR technology and raise awareness at schools.
A dementia navigator trial will give people coping with a fresh diagnosis of the condition better access to local services and support.
A repurposed aged care facility is providing a model for safe community housing for older women.
Around 2,000 people under the age of 65 enter residential aged care every year and around 6,000 young people live in aged care in any year, a new report shows.
Living a healthy lifestyle could help counteract a genetic risk of developing dementia, new research indicates.
Financial planners can complete an accredited training program to help them detect and prevent financial abuse of seniors.
A Tasmanian council has received a local government award for making its community more dementia-friendly.
Older men who access a wide range of community care services are more likely to have better memory than those who access fewer services, research indicates.
Only three out of every 100 older Australians have a statutory advance care directive, a review of existing research shows.
Physiotherapists can play an important role in incontinence management and education.