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Bupa Australia Nov 14
You may have heard the joke about a horse walking into a bar, well what about a horse stopping by an aged care home? Morphettville hosted a ‘fashions on the field day’ & had a pony join in on the fun – no, we are not horsing around!
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Jason Miller 58m
I am always cautious when it comes to video monitoring of the people in our care however, provided informed consent is given this should help reduce elder abuse. It's just a shame we need to consider this to begin with
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Melanie Nightingale 18h
For those of you that are concerned about the recent four corner documentary on abuse in aged care, this will make your toes curl: 100 000 cases a year of abuse in aged care facilities in Oz + 400 cases a year of sexual assault
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Jason Miller 42m
RT from : I love the concept of tiny homes and hope to see them become more popular as housing options in the future, especially in an aged care setting.
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Aged Care Crisis 25m
laws directly attributable 2 providers’ treatment of family members when raising concerns. If this is a problem, then they created it. Inq.sub (App.1)
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Jo Watson 13m
Access to is a human right and should not depend on a person’s age or more specifically what funding source they have access to or
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ACSA National 19h
has launched a new training tool "Talk to Us" which will help aged care providers educate their workforce about OPAN’s services and how care recipients and their families can access advocacy
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janeyx Nov 12
“Yet in order to facilitate the best knowledge environment for positive and lasting change to occur, a discourse on nutritional activity must be ignited in the public sphere”😂Who’s writing this stuff 4 U?!@agedcarecrisis
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rose lane Nov 12
Agree much/all is about tasks. Telstra health Icare programme for staff to record and quantify work for ACFI reports, is an example. Its all about tasks no critical thinking, wanted or required.
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AFDO Nov 11
Australian Lawyers for Human Rights says preventing disabled persons from living independently in the community means Australia is not fulfilling its international human rights obligations.
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Aust Ageing Agenda Nov 12
Vote in our poll: Does the National Disability Insurance Scheme present a positive opportunity for aged care providers?
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palliAGED 22h
Grief, bereavement & loneliness often occur at the same time, particularly for those in . In support of 2018, we at are sharing our resources for supporting older persons who are experiencing grief & loneliness
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Bolton Clarke 19h
Bolton Clarke has won further recognition for innovation in food services with a national award at The Hospitality and Lifestyle Aged Care Awards (HLACA), announced in Melbourne earlier this month. Read more >> . ...
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rose lane Nov 12
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Melanie Nightingale Nov 14
21% of all nursing homes in Tasmania failed accreditation this year, and 50% of the private hospitals. What a mess.
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WasteMaster Pacific 23h
Thanks The WasteMaster system is a fantastic solution for aged care providers to reduce landfill wastage and save water.
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Dr Mikaela Jorgensen 17h
Replying to @Melanietintin
That is a startling figure among just ~230,000 people in
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janeyx Nov 14
please confirm that Liberal will NOT b selling the state run homes if you win the election. I’ve heard you will b.
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Patrick Reid Nov 12
As CEO we have launched our 2nd Innovation Challenge.The Challenge invites start-ups (MVP at a minimum) to solve challenges in creating Social Value;building Digital Muscle;& creating a new Marketplace
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rose lane 17h
Woman accused of kidnapping 97yo believed family had faked mother's death, court hears via sad story.
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