The newly renamed aged care, health and retirement living provider Bolton Clarke is planning to continue its growth and acquisition strategy to double its operations in five years.
More than 175 RSL Care + RDNS aged care residents in north Queensland are sheltering in temporary accommodation, while many home care services remain suspended in affected areas.
Major aged care provider RDNS + RSL Care has acquired leading sector education provider the Aged Care Channel, Australian Ageing Agenda can confirm.
RSL Care + RDNS has added a retirement village and a home care service in NSW plus a mental health team in South Australia, further expanding its portfolio of properties and services.
An aged care worker who has become known for her innovative approach to making mealtimes fun and interesting for residents is among those recognised in the sector’s annual hospitality awards.
An initiative to help residents and families discuss difficult subjects, a dementia care project and a leadership program are among the projects recognised in nominations for the HESTA Aged Care Awards.
Technology and new approaches to the design and operation of healthcare to deliver services more effectively and efficiently is the theme of this year’s Australian Healthcare Week event, which for the first time includes a full day focused on aged care.
Two major independent not-for-profit aged care providers have this morning announced plans to merge into what will become one of the largest aged care not-for-profits in Australia, with an asset base of $1 billion.
A nurse who kept residents safe during cyclonic winds, a nurse educator who utilises various methods and a nurse practitioner improving end-of-life care are among the five finalists for HESTA’s Nurse of the Year.
In this wrap: Provider recognised for CDC transition; business nod for Meals on Wheels SA chief; finalists in hospitality awards announced.
In this wrap: AICD defends absence of aged care in scholarship round; RSL Care announces partnership with property trust; two-year funding commitment for PICAC program.
The traditional lines of demarcation between retirement living and aged care are eroding as operators seek to provide a range of health and aged services within their villages. AAA looks at the various models in action.
With aged care facilities across Australia attempting to respond to policy and practice changes, a free resource has been produced to assist them in implementing long-lasting organisational change.
CEO Magazine has named the chief executive officer of RSL Care, Craig Mills, the Not-For-Profit Executive of the Year in its annual Executive of the Year awards.