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Australian aged care services are being asked to have their say on their understanding, support and use of the National Guidelines for Spiritual Care within the aged care sector as part of a new University study.
Wyndham’s first ever senior’s exercise park will provide Wyndham’s older residents a new way to be physically active outdoors and socially engaged. The new seniors' exercise park is being installed in partnership with NARI and funded by Gandel Philanthropy.
New physical activity guidelines have been developed for older people experiencing mild cognitive impairment to support their brain health.
New guidelines outline how much physical exercise older Australians concerned about their memory should be aiming for each week, to help maintain brain health.
The National Ageing Research Institute (NARI) has received almost $60,000 from the State Trustees Australia Foundation to trial a new Elder Abuse Screening Instrument (AUSI).