Tag Archive for: aged care

Connection is Essential to Australia’s Longevity Boom

Australia’s ageing population means a need for connection and community as well as skilled and dedicated aged care workers.

This Simple Act Can Really Make Your Life Count

Among charities that offer friendship to the elderly, it’s the students, young mums and other volunteers who say they benefit most.

‘Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds’ Coming to a Suburb Near You

Could an encounter between the elderly and preschoolers transform the lives of both generations? UNSW researches.

Carer Fatigue and Burnout: What Is and What To Do

If you you or someone you know may be experiencing carer fatigue or burnout, it is important to take some action, writes Katelyn Tasker.

The Sandwich Generation – Caught Between Caring for Children and Ageing Parents

Wisdom and practical advice for adult children about how to honour their ageing parents in the emotional terrain of residential care.

How Australia Could Fix Its Aged Care Workforce Challenge: Report

An independent report has set out 18 recommendations to increase our aged care workforce and improve quality of care for older Australians.