The annual Information Technology in Aged Care conference is designed to bring together leading aged care bodies and providers to discuss the impact of IT.
COTA has stated that the recent financial advice reforms reversal will weaken protections for elderly Australians in the near future.
New statistics from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare have outlined the high chances of elderly injury due to age.
With aged care facility budgets already tight, the recent axing of the dementia supplement has caused problems for providers.
The Victorian government is instituting a power security plan that will install a total of 300 back-up generators across facilities in Victoria.
A Council on the Ageing planning conference being held on 22 July will likely go some ways toward ensuring the industry is prepared for future changes.
A new hospital in Geelong named will focus on developing a brand new approach to health care, incorporating education and research.
Planned legislation changes designed to water down consumer protections will be detrimental to the future of financial advice according to COTA.
A new system using IBM Vocera has been put to great use in an aged care facility in Victoria, where staff and residents can communicate easily.
Growth is coming to the aged care sector over the next few years, and there’s no denying that focus is required to ensure that this is sustainable.