Phillip Island’s Warley hospital is in desperate need of financial assistance from the Victorian and Commonwealth governments, says ACCV CEO Gerard Mansour.
British and Indian researchers have joined together to investaigate how robotics can boost independence.
Tasman Sheepskin Tannery tells ACCC it will stop saying its medical sheepskins meet voluntary product standard.
An audit by the territory’s Auditor General reveals that older people in the ACT wait two times longer than the national average for an ACAT assessment
Karndean’s Flotex carpet range is recognised by NACA & ARFNZ for its asthma-friendly qualities.
Kevin Rudd drops Senator McLucas from the front bench and appoints Justine Elliot Minister for Ageing.
ACAA and ACSA say the PM should add aged care to his list of local ‘homework assignments’ for MPs and Senators.
ACIC and the ANF congratulate the Rudd Government on its victory and lay down the challenge for meaningful solutions.
An AIHW report shows older Australians contribute significantly to the nation’s economic and social life and have overall good health.
It will be some days before the industry knows the identity of the new Minister for Ageing.
A Federal Court decision could mean that charitable organisations could engage in large-scale commercial activities and keep their income tax exemption if the profits are used for a charitable cause.
Westpac presents Tarkett Australia with an award for sustainability.
PCA has devised a scorecard to find which political party best caters to the needs of people with terminal illnesses
ACSA and four aged care providers have joined with health informatics researchers in an ARC project that aims to improve the implementation of electronic nursing documentation.