There are a number of benefits to having adult daughters studying university subjects from home; not only do I get cups of tea and coffee brought to me in my home office, I also learn lots of new and interesting things. This week it was the difference between...
One of the concepts woven through the aged care quality framework is that aged care is accessible for all people who need it. But what does that mean? What makes up accessible aged care and what are the barriers that organisations need to consider to ensure that aged...
How many times have you heard phrases like these? “It’s your responsibility”. “The person is an aged care client so you should be doing it”. ‘It’ being a multitude of supports that supposedly you, as the aged care coordinator, should be arranging for the individual...
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