What we’re all thinking but not saying So, you have scheduled a Zoom meeting and you are not exactly sure what the Zoom etiquette is? It’s okay, we are all thinking the same thing. The world is a strange and unfamiliar place right now with COVID-19 taking over much of 2020. We all need to … Continue reading Zoom Etiquette
Today is a day to thank, honour, recognise and celebrate the hundreds of thousands of people who work in the aged care industry across Australia. Aged Care Employee Day is designed to celebrate each and every team member involved in the journey of caring for people who receive aged care services– from the nurses and care workers, to the cooks and hospitality teams, to the drivers, cleaners and laundry employees, to the volunteers, to the leisure and lifestyle officers and administration teams.
Things to do to avoid the blues Enjoy this helpful little infographic and avoid the blues.
Aged care tips #1 Residential Aged Care Today we begin our aged care ‘tips’ series to assist you with compliance, effectiveness of you practices and systems, and efficiencies.
Funding available to aged care providers during the pandemic Please carefully review the COVID-19 business support page for opportunities to best support your facility during the pandemic.
COVIDsafe: So, we are back in lockdown greater Melbourne – How do you live well during this pandemic?
Aged Care Workforce Retention Grant On Monday, the Department of Health published the Aged Care Workforce Retention Grant, opening it up for submissions.
The Benefits of Pet Therapy for People Living with Dementia You’ve probably seen plenty of seeing-eye dogs and other service dogs over the years. But did you know that animals can also be hugely beneficial for people living with dementia? Pet therapy is now being integrated into many dementia care strategies for this reason, so read on to learn about how this type of therapy works, and why it’s so beneficial.