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HelloCare grew from a clear need for quality content in the health and ageing sector that primarily put the consumer and aged care worker first.

It found a tone that could speak to the people, speak to those struggling through everyday challenges from ageing, moving into aged care or the isolating effects of dedicating their life to care for a loved one.

HelloCare’s content over the last two years has grown organically by listening to what the public wants.

All are important to bring about change, create transparency and bring topics to life that others in the sector may be afraid to discuss.

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Could the Loss of Smell be Connected to an Early Dementia Diagnosis?

There are more than 200 different kinds of dementia, and medical research is yet to find a cure or a way to reverse the condition. Dementia is an umbrella term for large group of illnesses that affect the brain and cause a progressive decline in a person’s functioning. In Australia alone, around 244 people each... Read More

Loneliness is the Ultimate Poverty: Part 5

By Leah Bisiani, MHlthSc/Dip Bus/Dementia and Aged Care Consultant/RN.1 Part 5 of ‘Loneliness is the Ultimate Poverty’. Please ensure you have read parts 1-4 to appreciate this information in context. Music- dance to the beat of your own drum “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and... Read More

16 things I would want if I got dementia

If I get dementia, I want my friends and family to embrace my reality. If I think my spouse is still alive or if I think we’re visiting my parents for dinner, let me believe those things. I’ll be much happier for it. If I get dementia, I don’t want to be treated like a... Read More
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