A matter of care - Australia’s Aged Care Workforce Strategy was released in June 2018 by the Aged Care Workforce Strategy Taskforce, chaired by Dr John Polliers. The Aged Care Workforce Strategy highlights 14 areas for strategic actions to support the sector.
Do you need inspiration and practical skills for your 2019 wellness and lifestyle programs?
This 3 hour hands-on seminar is packed full of information to help get you started or to refresh your digital programs for older Australians as well as support your preparation for the new Aged Care Quality Standards.
2019 will be a year of great focus and change for the Australian aged care sector. Whether you are a family member who is considering the care of a loved one or an individual wanting to maintain your independence as you grow older, it’s important to keep abreast of this information.
We've outlined the main areas that will impact the aged care sector in 2019.
Families play an incredibly important role in wellness and social inclusion programs for aged care. As the sector has changed over the last 20 years, so to have the expectations of individuals and their families. We are demanding greater choice with wellbeing, activities and the way we connect to our loved ones.
We are often told by younger people that mum, dad, grandma or granddad won’t use a smart device and there is no point in trying.
Pretty much everyone enjoys looking at photos of the people they love. This is why we believe a great entry point to supporting an older person’s digital journey is to ‘demystify’ the camera app.