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Aged Care News Staff

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Government’s first response to royal commission is $452m pledge for sector

The final report, and its 148 recommendations, was made public on Monday after a two-year inquiry which heard countless tales of abuse and neglect. 

Govt handed aged care royal commission final report

The aged care royal commission has handed its final report to the Federal Government after years of harrowing evidence at hearings across the nation. 

League tables on best and worst nursing homes must be made public: SA Senator

South Australian senator Stirling Griff will lobby the Federal Government to make public league tables which name Australia’s best and worst performing aged-care providers.

Monash University aged care advocacy group makes UN submission on aged care quality during COVID

The Castan Centre for Human Rights Law at Monash University and the Professor Joe Aged Care Advocacy Group have made a submission to the United Nations Independent Expert on the enjoyment of all human rights by older persons.

Aged care residents using virtual reality for better mental health

Cutting-edge technology is normally associated with youth, but a group of aged care residents in Adelaide are learning how useful (and how much fun) virtual reality (VR) can be.

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