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Corporate Governance 1h
Some , in the face of competition from the for profit providers, have lost their mission on care. There is a battle for resources hence the constant financial lens. Some of them have lost their distinctiveness from the for-profits, to their detriment.
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Fairfax Regional Jan 14
More claims of under-staffing, mismanagement at Bupa Berry via
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twensor 5h
My Mum dropped her bundle when she went into a nursing home ie. lost the will to live. Once dementia (or delerium?) got hold of her, she went downhill VERY quickly. Dead in 6 months. I can't blame the home. It's mega complex & everyone's needs are different.
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HomeStayCare Jan 14
As the temperatures soar, says: "People over 75, people with chronic medical conditions and people who live alone are particularly vulnerable. Simple precautions can reduce the risk of heat-related illness." Read what should you do.
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SAGE Study Tours Jan 14
Death rates among elderly patients admitted into hospital with hip fractures are cut by a half if they are given one extra meal a day, a UK pilot program has shown.
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Citizen 14h
Under the guise of put dangerous people into community - a serious issue for RC
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Grannie on call 14h
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celebratingwomeninagedcare Jan 14
Replying to @celebratingwom2
Neha is a psychologist and always enjoyed working with people more than anything else. When she joined the industry, little did she know that this would become her passion and calling. 

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Corporate Governance Jan 15
Wilful blindness doesn't recuse your responsibility ; and enough of the photo-ops - a royal commission is about to blowtorch your ministerial portfolio and 🙊🙈🙉 ain't working anymore.
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janeyx Jan 12
did Bupa Australia buy their licence from an existing provider? Their history in the uk should have made them ineligible to operate in Australia.
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MUCHE Jan 9
New research by , Prof Ingrid Nielsen and Dr Henry Cutler, indicates that higher perceived job quality of workers positively correlates with greater intention to stay. Read about it here:
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Corporate Governance 13h
Thanks 👍 the should bring a host of issues to light especially the systemic failure due to capture by . There's no hiding now because like the , they've known the problems for decades - but did nothing. Don't rock the boat!
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Corporate Governance 5h
Replying to @bjakd @KenWyattMP and 7 others
Channel your 🔥 to your submission. The in have had the ears of our politicians for far too long at the expense of the community and increasingly, people's human rights.
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Corporate Governance 5h
Replying to @ingioz @abc730
The are quite adamant. They don't want change that detrimentally affects their bottom line: spending on care (staff, healthy food, incontinence pads, etc) in . 😳
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Corporate Governance 8h
Can never underestimate how c) have messed up the sector and d) namely and soon have uncritically accepted their lobbying. In the words of the CEO at the : “We are NOT the regulators.” 😂😂😂
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Deb Child Jan 13
Replying to @northway_debbie
The system is woefully under funded. My Mother received her level four funding after she had been in full time care for 3 mths. A care package is only allocated when one becomes available rather than when needed!
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HomeStayCare Jan 9
'We've long been told to respect our elders. But now there is scientific evidence that respect can potentially save lives among the elderly and keep them both physically and mentally healthy' via
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ANMF - Australian Nursing Midwifery Federation Jan 9
More academic research that shows workers stay in their jobs when they feel they can care for their residents adequately. Quality aged care starts with mandating minimum staff & skill numbers. This helps create job quality.
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MedSked 7h
MedSked shows you if you've missed a dose or you've already taken what you need. For more info visit:
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Meggsie Jan 10
Thanks to for shining a light on Aged care home care packages and wait times. It’s woeful.
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