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Aged Care News Staff

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More than 82,000 aged care residents now vaccinated

VicHealth has welcomed news that the Victorian State Government is set to deliver new nutrition and quality food standards that will see Victorian patients and residential aged care residents access higher quality and more culturally-diverse and locally-sourced meals. 

Brisbane aged care facilities targeted in cyber attack

The IT systems of at least two Brisbane aged care facilities and two hospitals remained inoperable on Tuesday, following a Sunday cyber attack that has forced staff to switch to manual processes.

Day one of the online Governance in Aged Care conference – GQ

Day 1 of the online Governance in Aged Care: Beyond the Royal Commission conference has provided delegates with a range of highlights, notably a presentation by ACU’s Adjunct Professor Alan Lilly on lessons learned so far about the pandemic and its impact on residential aged care facilities.

New program to provide 600 Tasmanians with aged care and disability support training

The Tasmanian Government is taking steps to ensure that the skilled workforce can meet the needs of it's aged care and disability support sector into the state’s future.

Dementia friendly aged care unit opens in Creswick

The Andrews Labor Government is delivering more high-quality public sector aged care services for older Victorians, with the completion of a new $3.2 million dementia friendly unit in Creswick.

States left to pick up pieces following aged care ‘failure’: Miles

State hospitals are shouldering the load of failed aged care services in which stories of abuse are no longer surprising, Queensland Deputy Premier Steven Miles says.

Boost spending by $10b a year to help fix aged care: Grattan

The Federal Government should boost funding by about $10 billion a year to help fix Australia’s broken aged care system, according to a new Grattan Institute report.

Australians encouraged to pursue aged care opportunities

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In 2020 our workforce and our caring system broke. They are the same thing

The 2020 pandemic and bushfire crises exposed longstanding weakness in our labour market and the child-care, aged care and disability care systems.

GM appointed for major new Coffs Harbour aged care and retirement development

The Shoreline has welcomed former Nambucca Valley Care (now NVC Group) Chief Operating Officer Brett Kelly to its team. 

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