Safe Work Australia has produced a new guide for employers to help tackle common causes of psychological injury in the workplace.
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A series of new resources has been launched to advance reablement approaches for people with dementia.
Dementia Australia and Palliative Care Australia have released a joint policy statement calling for improved awareness of the specific end-of-life care needs of people with dementia.
Aged and community care organisations are being encouraged to take part in a national project investigating major barriers to accessing palliative care services.
A new guide has been developed for carers of people with dementia to help them prepare and stay safe during a natural disaster.
The Office of the eSafety Commissioner is running free webinars to upskill aged care staff on how to recognise a scam to help keep seniors safe online.
Advance Care Planning Australia and the National Ageing Research Institute have developed a resource to support aged care managers and senior staff to implement advance care planning within their organisations.
Flinders University researchers are running a free online course on palliative care and end-of-life issues.
Aged care providers, workers and consumers are being encouraged to complete an online survey to have their say on the development of a national workforce strategy for the sector.
The Independent Living Centre WA has launched a new initiative to change the way people with disability access advice and information on assistive technology.
New research conducted by a provider on community-dwelling seniors shows frailty is not an inevitable result of ageing and can be prevented or treated, as screening and online resource launched.
The Federal Government has published the new guide aimed at embedding diversity in aged care service design and delivery, but the action plans targeting specific diverse communities will not be developed until next year.
NeuRA has launched a new online seminar series on mental health research and discoveries to make more information about neuroscience accessible to the community.
An intergenerational program connecting kindergarten children with aged care residents, a workforce initiative and a specialist dialysis program are among the projects recognised in nominations for the HESTA Aged Care Awards.