Latest aged care News

Adult Learners Shine At 2019 Learn Local Awards
Growing old in rural and remote Australia
Tertiary education training must meet local small business needs
Tertiary education training must meet local small business
Almost 95,000 dementia-related hospital admissions in 2016-17
National Seniors’ Response to Green Paper on Retirement Income
Proposed road name to honour long-time land owner
New Chief Executive Officer appointed
A new direction for old key sites
NDIS review is welcome, but needs to go further
Help at home is music to Russill’s ears
Flu cases remain stable across NSW
Growth in average wages increases
Serving Up Better Meals In Hospitals And Aged Care Centres
Housing options for people with disability are increasing under NDIS
Wound management project to help aged
Providing cultural care: meeting nutrition needs of Indigenous Elders
Aged care workers speak to Royal Commission in Adelaide
Launch of trial programs to improve access to dementia services
Advance Care Planning Seminar kicks off in Melbourne
Good Food For Me – free nutritional program for seniors 65+
Older Queenslanders to get best healthcare out of hospital
Funding Boost For Aged Care Research
Liberals vote against free TAFE
Premier’s TAFE plan – fewer courses, fewer teachers, fewer jobs
Aged Care Employee Day
Jerry Junkbot brings people together
Clinical governance in residential aged care facilities
An uplifting ride for Sydney seniors
Toolkit to help CALD people tell their stories to Aged Care Royal Commission
Cycling Without Age
2019 Learn Local Awards Finalists Announced
Community input sought on proposed land sale for Vietnam Veterans Hostel expansion
New Consultative Group on NSW Burial and Cremation Services
Local Government Week in Willoughby
Do you need to register for Portable Long Service Scheme?
People living with dementia and carers present federal government with solution to quality dementia care
Memories come alive as seniors trace family roots
People living with dementia and carers present federal government with solution to quality dementia
Australia needs solid action on long-term health policy
Marshall Government looking to expand Home Battery Scheme
Doctors and aged care staff must stop improper use of antipsychotic and psychotropic drugs
Urgent need to shore up financial defences of older Australians
Older Australians dying on waiting lists
Action on Queensland public aged care staffing welcomed
Gold Coast aged care facility inquiries
New Queensland trade commissioner in Hong Kong
Honouring Our Multicultural Senior Citizens