In part one of our special on the evolution of the aged and community care sector, we look ahead at some of the funding and workforce changes providers can expect over the coming years, and what organisations can do now to minimise the impact on their business.Read more >
Posts tagged 'staff'
A 10-week pilot program is providing education and work placements in aged care to people with disabilities.Read more >
The Dementia-friendly social support – checklist has been created to help aged care organisations and support groups create stress free environments for people with dementia.Read more >
The number of people aged between 65 and 84 years is expected to more than double by the year 2050 and eventually, over 3.5 million older Australians will come to rely on aged care services. A larger, well-trained and well-qualified aged care workforce will be needed to cope with the demands of the ageing population so now, more than ever, aged care organisations are encouraged to make their employees’ skills and career development a priority.
In this post, we explore how a greater focus on staff training and development is essential for improving recruitment and retention, as well as ensuring that people receive the best care and support.Read more >