Much has happened within the first two months of 2018 including the launch of Victoria’s first community action plan to tackle elder abuse.
Residents, GPs, nurses, personal care assistants and allied health professionals were brought together recently to help evaluate Tapestry.
New and old-favourite topics are among NARI’s 2018 education program.
People with dementia are twice as likely to be hospitalised as people the same age who do not have dementia.
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Training for seven clinicians has begun in preparation for the roll out of trial videoconferencing with interpreters for aged care assessments.
According to recent data, men aged over 85 years have the highest rate of deaths by suicide of any age or gender group in Australia.
A new project that aims to improve aged care residents’ wellbeing has been funded through the Jack Brockhoff Foundation.
Work has begun on developing a web app to help older Asian- Australians access information about mental illness, care pathways, and how to seek help.
NARI researcher Paulene Mackell has been awarded a prestigious scholarship.