HammondCare will open its first office in Brisbane in response to demand for specialised at-home-care for people living with dementia.
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Leading palliative care specialist, Professor Rod MacLeod, has called for more palliative care funding and equitable access to palliative care services in rural and regional areas, on the eve of his departure from Australia.
HammondCare’s Arts on Prescription (AoP) has been helping a group of refugees tap into their creative side, from the program’s interim home at the Liverpool Migrant Resource Centre.
New resources are now available online to assist community, aged and health care staff to highlight the importance of planning ahead for people in their care, particularly those in the early stages of dementia.
Newcastle and Central Coast nurses working in general practice will take part this week in a national program that gives nurses the skills to talk to older patients and patients with chronic and debilitating conditions about planning for their end of life and death.
Building will begin mid-year for a new $25 million dementia village, designed specifically for people living with dementia, that was first approved in July 2016.
A new research-based toolkit supporting better quality jobs for aged care workers should lead to improved client satisfaction, according to HammondCare At Home’s Western Region Head, Natalie Duggan.
HammondCare's inaugural Festival of Ageing in NSW Seniors Week was an outstanding success with more than 70 people participating in an over 70s exercise class record attempt, the Festival's 85 tips for positive ageing being widely circulated and a big crowd visiting the Arts on Prescription exhibition.
HammondCare has partnered with Woman and Leadership Australia (WLA) and Monash University to further develop the leadership skills of nine current and future female leaders within its health and hospitals division.
HammondCare has announced that it will offer its home care services to Brisbane, Melbourne, Scone, Broken Hill and Mudgee residents
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