The aged care sector is rapidly changing and it’s important to consider just how important reforms will be over the next few years.
Aged care workforce assistance could come from an unlikely place – the growing number of able-bodied and healthy older Australians.
There is no shortage of developments in the aged care sector, especially with the Home Care Packages changes and a move to Consumer Directed Care.
Aged care is one industry where staff need to have a high level of training and skill in order to deliver the necessary levels of care, but the workforce could…
Sustainability is critical in the aged care sector and it’s only going to become more important over the next few years as growth continues.
NEHTA funding is being allocated to private hospitals to integrate with the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record.
The sod has been turned at the development site of a new aged care facility – one that will provide necessary care for the elderly.
Means testing is a necessary part of the aged care process, but delays are causing a significant number of issues for providers and the elderly.
The aged care sector is rapidly evolving in line with the growing elderly population. It’s going to be essential that providers are aware of changes.
Leading Age Services Australia has recently announced the appointment of a brand new independent chair, Dr Graeme Blackman OAM.