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Stop the pipeline of young people into aged care

There is a “pipeline” of young people moving from hospital to residential aged care, and often other options are not even considered, the royal commission has heard. Every week in Australia, on average 42 younger people enter residential aged care, the equivalent of six per day or 2,000 every year. Most are sent to aged... Read More

80-Year-Old Man With Dementia Plays ‘The Last Post’ From His Driveway

Australians and New Zealanders may be rivals in a sporting sense, but there is no denying the mutual respect and admiration shared between the two neighbours from across the ditch. The bond between the two countries was forged on the battlefields of Gallipoli, and once a year both countries come together to honour all of... Read More

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As governments and innovators around the world aim to address the simple fact that our population is ageing rapidly and we need to establish ways and solutions so that older adults can lead healthy, active and engaged lives. One way of supporting these aims is through the implementation of ‘seniors playgrounds’. Which is something people often associate... Read More
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