HammondCare has this week announced that regional aged care provider, Strathearn, will become a wholly owned subsidiary, ensuring a strong future for aged care and retirement living in Scone and surrounding districts
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HammondCare's HammondGrove independent living estate in Miranda has won its second award, this time receiving the National Award for Excellence in ‘Retirement Villages/Independent Living’ from Master Builder’s Australia (MBA).
More than 4,000 nurses in general practices across Australia will be offered training to help older people and those with chronic and debilitating conditions to plan for their future health care needs and their death.
HammondGrove independent living village at Hammondville has been featured as Australia’s happiest place in Australia to retire in a national segment on Channel 7’s Sunrise morning television program.
Changing models of care are impacting on future workforce needs in the aged care sector, according to HammondCare's evidence to a Senate inquiry into the aged care workforce.
The two inaugural couples on the Australian-first program, Dogs4Dementia, have both reported significant social and physical benefits, at the end of their twelve month trial.
Northern Sydney residents will soon get an exclusive look at an Australian first approach to dementia care about to open in Wahroonga.
Dementia impacts people of all ages, even though it is better known as an older person’s disease. Tully Smyth knows this all too well.
It is important all Australians consider how they want to die, so the hard choices at the end of life do not contribute to unnecessary suffering, HammondCare’s Senior Staff Specialist in Palliative Care, Prof Rod MacLeod said.
HammondCare Chief Executive, Dr Stephen Judd, today outlined a six point plan to ensure good dementia care is delivered across the Australian aged care system by 2020.
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