COVID-19 is a “serious risk” to 80% of older Australians
At least 80 per cent of Australians aged over 70 years are at high risk of serious illness or death if they contract COVID-19, according to a new study led by the University of South Australia.
Sleep maximises vaccine effectiveness
With the roll out of COVID-19 vaccines now underway, University of South Australia sleep experts are urging people to reprioritise their sleep, as getting regular and sufficient sleep is known to boost your immune system.
Tips to improve and maintain brain health
If you had to choose between good physical health or good cognitive function, which would you choose?
Campaign to bring a wide range of skills to aged care
The Aged Care Workforce Industry Council (ACWIC) has today launched a new campaign encouraging Australians to bring their skills, talents and passions into a rewarding career in Aged Care.
Aged care respite increased for culturally diverse groups
Older Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse communities will be able to access more tailored respite care.
31,000 credit complaints since Banking Royal Commission: CHOICE
Data reveals postcodes flooded with complaints about loans as Government plans to remove lending protections.
Have your say on Victoria's retirement village laws
The Victorian Government has today released an Options Paper for public consultation, as the next steps in the process of reviewing the Retirement Villages Act 1986 (the Act).
Most aged care residents miss out on medication reviews
Two years after entering a residential aged care facility (RACF) less than half of residents have had their medications reviewed.
Consumer groups slam Senate report on lending laws
Consumer groups condemn Senate Inquiry Report, as vote looms on Government's disastrous proposal to axe safe lending laws.
DV history raises elder abuse risk: study
Australian researchers have called for additional services for survivors of intimate partner violence – warning those who have these experiences are more vulnerable to elder abuse.
Mothballs in 'new' aged care findings - will the government act this time?
The findings of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety are useless unless politicians are held accountable.
Royal commission confronts Morrison government with call for aged care tax levy
The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety has recommended a levy to help fund aged care on a sustainable basis, and given the federal government two radically different options for running a reformed system.
Helping older Australians improve their digital skills, confidence and online safety
Older Australians will be encouraged to bridge the digital divide through government funding to help seniors remain connected with friends and family online and learn new skills.
Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission welcomes final report
The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission welcomes the final report of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.
Commission's Final Report calls for fundamental and systemic aged care reform
The Final Report of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety was tabled in Parliament on 1 March 2021.
Aged care, death and taxes after the royal commission
The Governor General was handed the report of the aged care royal commission on Friday. It will be made public in the coming week.
Integrating ageing Australians into their communities
The recent slower growth in Australia’s population will boost the size of our ageing communities.
Access to pandemic advice with new multilingual support line
Older Australians from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds are set to receive tailored access to important COVID-19 updates and aged care information.
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