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HelloCare has spent the best part of the last decade capturing the hearts and minds of those within the aged care sector through a unique blend of informative and entertaining aged care content, and we would like to extend an invitation of opportunity to those wishing to utilise the strength of our platform and share their ideas and services with the world. 

We like to have fun, but we also take our role very seriously. 

There is a weight of responsibility that comes when dealing with society’s most vulnerable, especially when you consider just how small their representation is within mainstream media and social conversation.

Our relationship with our audience is one that was built on trust, and this trust has resulted in a bond with our loyal readers that can influence trends and insight into behavioural change.

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1950s diner opens in UK nursing home to awaken memories for residents with dementia

A British aged care home has opened a 1950s-style diner on site, with the intention of stimulating memories and conversations for residents who have dementia. Residents of the Anchor – Mill View care home in Bradford, Yorkshire, are spoilt for choice. They already have a cinema on site, as well as a functioning corner shop,... Read More

Vaccination status – when your medical information is private and when it’s not

Can we refuse to tell others our vaccination status on privacy grounds? What does the law in Australia say about who can ask for it, and why, and what they can do with it? Read More

Tasmania’s new world-leading dementia village

Tasmania’s highly anticipated new dementia village, Korongee, “does not feel like a nursing home” and offers residents significant independence, while at the same time ensuring they are safe and secure, says Mae Collins, whose husband Gary, 62, moved into Korongee earlier this year. Gary was diagnosed with young-onset dementia five years ago – at the... Read More
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