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CAROLINE BARTLE says the time is right to campaign for funding to tackle loneliness as a way of moderating risk factors that delay the onset of dementia.
RON EMERSON discusses the increasing role that telehealth will play in New Zealand’s healthcare system.
JUDE BARBACK analyses the twists and turns of the case so far, and the far-reaching ramifications for aged care and other sectors.
JUDE BARBACK talks to four organisations that are seeing results with changes they have made to their approaches to training and staff development.
Chief executive of Home and Community Health Association JULIE HAGGIE says that moves towards compensating home support workers fairly for the time and cost of travelling between clients is a step in the right direction for the sector.
The ‘Ageing Well’ National Science Challenge was launched today by Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce.
BRIEN CREE, managing director of Radius Care, considers the fine line between profitability and maintaining core values.
Speculation is rife that the Government is preparing to legislate over the issues at the heart of the ongoing TerraNova v Bartlett pay equity case, feeding fears that the case will not result in fair pay for aged care workers as many are hoping.
A new interRAI report marks a milestone in how the assessment system is working for the South Island.