HammondCare has welcomed last night’s decision by City of Sydney (CoS) to approve its development application (DA) for a 42 bed residential aged care home for the older people experiencing homelessness in Sydney’s inner city.
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More than 80,000 older Australians have greater choice in the delivery of their aged care as the ‘Increasing Choice at Home’ reforms begin on February 28.
A ground breaking virtual reality platform allows designers and developers to see the world through the eyes of a person with dementia
Greenwich Hospital is seeking 10 to 14 men and women who suffer from chronic breathlessness to participate in a national medication study.
A $21 million, multistorey dementia care home, based on HammondCare's world-leading cottage-style dementia design, was opened today in Sydney’s north, by the new Federal Minister for Aged Care and Indigenous Health, Ken Wyatt.
Hobart nurses working in general practice will today take part 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.
HammondCare will expand its services into the Mudgee region to offer choice, quality care and support for the increasing number of people who live with dementia.
Jon Benham, Dementia Support Australia’s Regional Manager in the Top End, was one of eight Northern Territory locals to receive a Pride of Australia Medal in the lead up to Australia Day.
HammondCare's Acting Chief Executive, Angela Raguz, welcomed last week’s announcement of the appointment of Ken Wyatt as the new Federal Minister for Aged Care and Indigenous Health.
With heatwaves being experienced in parts of Australia and high temperatures expected on the eastern seaboard this weekend, leading aged care provider, HammondCare has released five top tips for minimising heat stress for older people.
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