In addition to assessing the financial case for new technology, providers need to determine how staff, residents and the organisation will benefit from a proposed deployment, a provider tells Australian Ageing Agenda.
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Aged care providers are being invited to have their say on a draft Charter of Aged Care Rights which both they and the person entering care will be expected to sign.
Multi-Purpose Services that provide aged care in rural areas have received a funding boost, from a multi-government initiative.
Premier of QLD, Anna Bligh, has announced plans to abolish Qld Health as the state currently knows it and in its place, establish two separate entitites.
A Queensland aged care provider held its annual awards night for staff last week, with a focus on long service and courage under fire.
A major Queensland provider has begun construction on the first of six luxury retirement developments.
The Department of Health and Ageing has been liaising with flood affected providers in Queensland to ensure the safety of clients.
Home modifications and upgrades are among the range of services to be provided through the funding.
The Victorian based provider has purchased a fourth Queensland site.
A wound management nurse practitioner from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has been granted the Churchill Fellowship.
All the latest assistive technology is on display at QSHI’s latest demonstrator facility.
Staff members and a resident from Regis Boronia Heights had their heads shaved to raise money for epilepsy.
Senator Siewert backs the states who have called on the Commonwealth to fix up aged care.