You know, sometimes you just shouldn’t eat that extra piece of cake: it can ruin a good thing! Similarly, you sometimes need to reject an offer or opportunity that comes across your desk. It might not be in the best interests of your organisation. We sometimes miss...
Have you noticed the rapid shift that many seniors have had to make into using new technology over the past two months? I look to my own mother as an example. At 83 she has embraced the changes, some with more enthusiasm than others I have to admit, but still, as...
In our new ‘Money Matters’ segment, Carole Stone gives some useful advice for aged care providers about accessing funds to help with the extra costs brought on by the pandemic. In times like these when aged care providers already find viability a...
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