A new pain recognition app that assesses pain levels in people with dementia is set to speed up the diagnosis and treatment of pain. The new app, called PainChek™ has specific application for people with dementia who have challenges with verbal communication to improve their quality of lives.
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Leading aged care provider, HammondCare, has won/been highly commended in the GIO National Safety Award for its ongoing work, health and safety communication program “Taking Care Is Our Business” (TCB).
People living with dementia will have a unique opportunity to work together with design experts and contribute their ideas and knowledge to the creation of dementia- enabling environments at a new design school to be held in March in Birmingham, UK.
HammondCare Wahroonga, a dementia specific facility for 57 residents, has won the NSW award for Best Aged Care building in the Master Builders Association awards held on Saturday night.
Dementia care provider, HammondCare, has commenced work on a new residential aged care home to address the urgent need for dementia-specific care in the region.
A ground breaking program at Neringah Hospital (Wahroonga) is meeting the sexual and intimacy needs of people coming to the end of their life.
Submissions for papers and poster presentations for the 2018 International Dementia Conference are now being invited.
Outcomes for residents should be the focus of accreditation standards for residential aged care, rather than compliance with prescriptive protocols, according to recent submissions by leading health and aged care provider, HammondCare.
The residents of HammondCare’s Montgomery Home in Caulfield have been treated to a spontaneous visit from horseracing legend, Apache Cat.
This month will mark 50 years since the death of Arthur Stace at Hammondville. Internationally recognised as 'Mr Eternity', Stace spent 30 years anonymously writing the word 'Eternity' across the streets of Sydney.
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