Is the productive wellbeing of older workers all in the mind?
As people are staying healthy and living longer, many older workers, aged 55 and over, have been choosing to continue in employment well into their sixties, seventies and even into their eighties.
Longevity tables, the basis for ensuring your money lasts, need revision
Crucial tables used in software to estimate retirees’ longevity and calculate how best to ensure their savings last, need a critical update, the Actuaries Institute said.
Earle Haven inquiry report released
The Australian Government is supporting the 23 recommendations made by the report of Inquiry into Events at Earle Haven, which was produced by Ms Kate Carnell AO and released 11 November 2019.
Royal Commission Hobart: Governance of approved providers of aged care
The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety will hold a hearing in Hobart, Tasmania, from Monday 11 November to Friday 15 November 2019.
WA draft aged care residential planning statement
The Western Australia Government on 28 October launched the 'Draft Position Statement: Residential Aged Care' aimed at cutting red tape and fast-tracking planning for aged care facilities across the State.
The aged care royal commission's 3 areas of immediate action are worthy, but won't fix a broken system
After many months of hearings across the country, the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety has published its interim report.
Tough as nails: Older people reluctant to ask for mental health support
New Edith Cowan University research has found that more than 40 per cent of older Australians with chronic disease would be unlikely to seek help for mental health conditions even if they needed it.
Misuse of restrictive practices in aged care deeply concerning say psychiatrists
The confronting Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, Interim report: Neglect, confirms the need for an urgent overhaul of Australia’s aged care system says the principal body representing psychiatrists.
Under-insurance to cost homeowners hundreds-of thousands
New research has found vast numbers of Aussie property owners could have their homes under-insured by up to 66 per cent, leading to devastating financial loses in the event of a claim.
Aged care in regional areas – Royal Commission Mudgee hearing
The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety will hold a hearing in Mudgee, NSW, from Monday 4 November to Wednesday 6 November 2019.
International Rose Garden Festival
The International Rose Garden Festival, Morwell in Victoria takes place over the weekend of the 16-17 November 2019 and this year will showcase over 4000 roses in bloom.
Malnutrition in aged care: one quarter of submissions just the tip of the iceberg
One in four submissions to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety outline accounts of appalling food and rates of malnutrition in aged care.
Aged Care Royal Commission Interim Report provides Government the mandate to commence transformation
Australians peak bodies COTA, NSA and Dementia Australia have congratulated the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety on its “Interim Report: Neglect”.
Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety Interim Report
Aged Care in Australia: A Shocking Tale of Neglect.
Royal Commission Background Paper 8: A History of Aged Care Reviews
Successive Australian governments have shown a lack of willingness to commit to change or to adopt recommendations from a multitude of reviews and inquiries into aged care over more than 20 years.
Working conditions in aged care homes are awful, largely because the work is done by women
The aged care royal commission is the just the latest in an avalanche of reviews and inquires over three decades that have found the same things: abuse and neglect and, lying behind them, appalling work conditions.
UWA’s SPARK app to change the ageing and disability sectors
A unique multi-purpose mobile app in development at the University of Western Australia is set to improve the independence of seniors at home.
Aged care overhaul needed for older NZ adults living with extreme obesity
New research led by Victoria University of Wellington researchers shows New Zealand’s aged care sector will be under pressure unless more support is provided to a growing older population living with obesity.
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